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What We Played, Nov 4 & 6

From: Ben R.
Sent on: Monday, November 8, 2010 1:59 PM
Our twin games of Halloween Microscope worked well, so we tried twin games of Polaris on Thursday (plus some more Microscope on Saturday):

What We Played: The Stone of Epochs (Polaris)

What We Played: Crusade to the North (Polaris)

What We Played: We have always been at war with Eurasia... (Microscope)

This "multiple tables / same game" thing could become a meetup trend. It's pretty cool because afterwards everyone can compare notes about what they thought of the system.

There's also a move afoot to do a social meetup, so the people who've been gaming together can chat more and get to know each other. Wondering who the person is behind that antagonist that crushed your dreams of world peace? Chime in.

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