December 29, 2013
I'd like to play rpgs, but I still need to learn fighting in Pathfinder. I prefer puzzle, sneak, spy and steal (with a touch of magic) to fighting, which gets dull after a while (except for the losers.) Cards Against Humanity was fun. Silly, fun and light, no cut-throat serious. I actually still like Candyland, but want to make a more adult version of it, as well, maybe add some strategy. Games I have and like: Everyway, Clue, Seduction (like Monopoly, but 2 levels and humorous place names), Life, Monopoly, Jotto, Perquackey, Fill or Bust, Aladdin Triples, Dungeon, possibly The Ring and/or Cheapass Game's Bitin' Off Hedz (a prehistoric game for bored dinosaurs) - no one to play it with me.
My limited (see: short) version of Everyway; Clue; Seduction (adults) - for 2, 4, or 3 if one person plays two parts; Life; Monopoly possibly; Jotto; Fill or Bust; Aladdin Triples (only 2 people, but fairly fast); Dungeon. Possibly The Ring and/or Cheapass Game's Bitin' Off Hedz, I've only played them by myself, so it will take curious or intelligent players the first time.
Look! There's an unusual 54 year old woman, just on the other side of the computer, fond of singing, cats, odd foods, repairing things, board & older card games, simple rpgs, hardware stores, sci fi books, recycling, & '70s+ rock.