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  1. Speaking of Awaken Realms, finally found someone I could piggyback off for the recently reopened Tainted Grail pledge manager. Gonna get the whole kit and caboodle. Shame to hear about the Lords of Hellas probs, but I've seen nothing but a company bending over backwards to fix things (including recently reworking the new TG expansion after customer outcry not 1 week ago). I've been in on all of the recent weekly video chats with Marcin Swierkot, the AR head honcho, and he seems a genuine guy that really cares about the product and the fans. And AR have been resetting the bar of what having success as a board game company means - establishing KS records and a string of uber hit games. Big fan. I wonder, assuming LoH problems are epidemic (I dont know as I haven't checked that game out) are due to the initial growing pains associated with a company that created such a popular game almost out of the gate coupled with the stresses of managing a supply chain strained by an unbroken string of subsequent successes, all more popular than the last. Regardless, wave 2 of Tainted Grail shipping cannot happen soon enough. I've committed to getting EVERYTHING. (Even paid aftermarket rate for the limited numbered resin King Arthur figure! Zzzzzz)
  2. And so our humble fellowship is set to finally begin the journey. Godspeed, Scared Chitless.
  3. @secretvampire On a side note, were the caps ever replaced on the Express? Mine finally bit the dust and I ordered a replacement set but damn are the leads tiny! And there are a buttload of them. Geez. I'm going to have to send it to someone, I think.
  4. Just ribbing ya! I read that as, "I limit myself to practically the entire focal range of hand-holdable lenses and make myself get creative with it." 😛 How are you liking the M5? I still have a few M(1)'s and often come dangerously close to upgrading for travel purposes.
  5. Cats and s(h)elfies are why the internet exists. Here's both. When we're playing, Cairo likes to jump up there and sit behind the DM screen and watch. And plot. If we really let him DM, there is no doubt he would enjoy killing the players. He's a jerk.
  6. As seen in the Plexaholics group.
  7. Had a blast! We had a very smooth first couple of rounds, then somewhere along the way the entire intruder bag was emptied, half the ship was on fire and the other half didn't work. Good times. Maybe I should go ahead and finish prepping the Void Seeders expansion in case we want to mix up who it is that's going to be killing us.
  8. This past weekend I was able to meet up with a fellow board gamer I've known for a decade but never actually met IRL as well as a guy I've known since elementary school for a game of Legendary Scythe. Elementary school mate had never played Scythe, but the "new guy" had played it a bit and it ranks among his favorites. The game ended in a tie for first with the tie-breaker being whoever painted the minis. 😂 We had a blast. We ended the day at Hopdoddy for one of the best hamburgers I've ever had. Quite a Saturday afternoon. Brian, we could have used you! Hopefully next time. Next up, maybe On Mars or Nemesis or Cthulhu: Death May Die. We'll see. Excelsior.
  9. Marvel Champions bored the bejeezus out of me, but I STILL enjoy seeing your updates. 😂
  10. In Project Cars, I found VR useful when taking tight turns in an open-air formula car - you can look out over the hood and see precisely where your car is in relation to the other cars in the turn and steer accordingly. Those other drivers never had a chance.
  11. Introduced the kids to Cthulhu: Death May Die because it's time for these kids to learn how cruel and unforgiving the world can be. We all died. They had a blast.
  12. Gaming predates 2016? Sounds made up.
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