Monday, 9 May 2016

Impatience is a virtue

One player down so we didn't delve deeper into Nxla's world this time. That's for next week.

Instead, we ate red vines and played Tokaido with all the funky expansions which the game's owner perhaps didn't explain as well as he ought to have (salt ensued). Then we mixed up the Firefly Fluxx deck with the Monty Python Fluxx deck and added in the cards from last year's International Table Top Day. We got up to about ten different rules in the end.

Courtesy of Monday 2 May 2016's Tokaido and Monty Firefly Python Fluxx session at Chimera.

“I have a point too!”
“Yeah but I have 8 more, so you can fuck off.”

“You ever got lynched?”
“Not yet but I’m working on it!”

“21. You’re okay with that, right?”
“You and me are gonna have issues.”

“There is no murder card in here, I think?”

“It’s interesting to watch how British people play boardgames.”

“Careful, you might turn the red vines into salty liquorice.”

“I thought WE were bringing the salty!”

“What happened to Draw 3?”
“I got rid of it because I used it, so no one else could.”

“Go fuck yourself.”
“That is anatomically difficult.”
“No it isn’t.”

“Here, have a Creeper.”
“But [other player] is collecting them!”
“Yeah, but he didn’t cheat in the last game.”

(discards Fresh Fruit card)
“Nobody likes fruit.”
“I do!”

“Impatience is a virtue.”

“That escalated quickly.”
“He explained the rules, though.”

“Are you making fun of my native accent?”
“Yes.”

“This is like giving a nuke to a child, rather than giving a nuke to ... an older child.

More thrilling heroics in Rifts next time!

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