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TGIF - Board Game Style (2nd Friday)

  • Apr 11, 2014 · 7:30 PM
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Come play Board Games on a Friday night! There's room for several tables, so we can have 1 or 2 longer games along with other shorter games going simultaneously.

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  • Holly

    Did you hear, they have announced PaxSouth in Jan 2015! I just made a reservations at the Grand Hyatt which is one of the hotels adjacent to the convention center. Hope to see some Mid-South Board Gamers there!

    April 13, 2014

    • Holly

      from Pax Website: In 2004, the folks at Penny Arcade decided they wanted a show exclusively for gaming. Sure, comics, anime, and other nerd hobbies were cool, and those activities all had their own shows… so what about games? From that idea spawned a small 4,500 person event in Bellevue, Washington, focused on the culture and community that is gaming.

      Since then, the show hasn’t looked back. Doubling in size each year until venue capacities were reached, in 2010 the show expanded into Boston for PAX East, drawing tens of thousands of attendees in the inaugural year. The shows in Seattle and Boston represent the two largest gaming events in North America!

      April 13, 2014

  • Holly

    Thank you Clayton & Liz for opening up your home for gaming. I had a wonderful evening and look forward to doing it again.

    1 · April 12, 2014

    • Larry R.

      The rule book said to use the same type of token to represent the keys & when to roll dice to see if you die. It should have said the following: randomly deal a red token numbered 1 - 6 to see who is the traitor and leave it face down. Then use the "item" tokens to show where the keys are. Then it SHOULD have read, randomly deal a purple token numbered 1 - 6 and turn it face-up. The purple face up token would represent each player's "timer" to see if they needed to roll. (Not when you pick up a key, as we did.) This means people's timers would have started going off immediately and I wouldn't have been so confused about how to do it. :)

      April 13, 2014

    • Liz M.

      We'll have to play it again! :)

      1 · April 13, 2014

  • Melissa V.

    Betrayl in house on hill was a blast. I've never been chased through a haunted house and killed by a nicer bunch of people. Granted i was trying to kill them first. :>

    2 · April 13, 2014

  • Pierre Jason K.

    Had fun playing Bang! and taunted the competition by silently humming the theme from Wheel of Fortune. It was fun.

    April 12, 2014

  • Holly

    Thinking about coming tonight. Are there cats in the home?

    1 · April 11, 2014

    • Holliday

      yes, they have cats.

      1 · April 11, 2014

    • Larry R.

      I'm allergic to all pet hair, but I never have much of a problem here. It's a big house. Plus, Clayton & Liz keep it tidy. :)

      2 · April 11, 2014

  • Holliday

    I'm sleeping over at the Pink Palace Museum with another chaparone, Lydia, and 7 girl scouts tonight. Think of me while you are all having fun!

    1 · April 11, 2014

  • Angie F.

    We will be going out of town for a family wedding. I hope you guys have a great time!

    2 · March 29, 2014

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