Sunday, 18 December 2016

Flatpacked in the name of

We bought this game a while back but have yet to actually play it, so we thought we'd finally get around to doing so, in the last session before our annual roleplaying break over the holidays, especially as we were two players down and therefore couldn't continue the adventure anyway.

It's a game where you build your village, hire Vikings and go on raids. It was really complicated to begin with, but got easier as we played. Good game, would play again.

Courtesy of Monday 12 December 2016's In the Name of Odin session at Odin's Table.

“It wasn’t that funny. You don’t have to laugh.”
“I was trying to contain myself, actually.”

“You can only have one merchant. It’s like Highlander.”
“If you find a lot of figurines and their heads are missing, it’s A’s fault.”

“You can only do one raid, but what a raid!”

“Have they turned up to pillage? No she’s come to trade the shit out of them! Building IKEAs!”
“You want a really confusing cupboard? We have those! Flatpacked, fits nicely into the longboat.”

“What I’m gonna do is buy a load of black people.”
“Easy now.”

“You’ve changed all the cards!”
“Yeah, sorry. I’m not sorry.”
“Bast—I mean, so nice to see you again.”

“They’re Italians!”
“They’re merchants. They’ll give you an offer you can’t refuse.”

“That’s brilliant! I think.”
“I don’t know, you’d have to do something first.”

There's some more boardgaming lined up for next week's post! Merry Christmas! :D


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