The submarine was SINKING…! Our crew, of somewhat sober gnomes, was on the job trying to save the vessel by putting out fires, pumping water, unblocking hatches, and fixing any number of things that could, and did, go wrong with the submarine’s systems. In the cooperative game, Red November, minutes mean everything and it’s important not to drink too much grog…
Captain’s Log – dispatching the following gnomes for general & critical repairs to the vessel.
Our regular reporter for our Thursday night game sessions wasn’t with us this week, so I volunteered to help keep track of the information and create a report on the results of the gaming session. I must forewarn you, this will be no where as entertaining , detailed, or informative as what Candace is able to provide, but I’ll give it my best shot!!
This week we played two sessions of Formula D.
For our latest edition of Tabletop University, a group of adventurers started out the night trying to survive the Forbidden Island by gathering treasures, shoring up (un-flooding) location tiles, and trying to keep their heads above water… The island has been cursed by the Archeans in order to keep their treasures hidden. Legend tells us that their treasures have the ability to control the Earth’s elements of fire, wind, water, and earth.
Some brave adventurers came out for our latest session of Tabletop University; to test their skills at playing The Adventurers: Pyramid of Horus and The Adventurers: Temple of Chac. It was a thrill-seeking, good time full of competitive treasure collecting, lucky dice rolling, unlucky dice rolling, mummies, and falling stone blocks!
Our group of Adventurers cautiously entered the pyramid since most had never ventured into one before this night…. Some took their time investigating the rubble, sand, and crocodile pit, while others ran straight toward the idol rooms of Hededet, Thoth, Horus, Anubis, and Sobek; all of the adventurers sought to gather as many treasures as they could carry as they attempted to steer clear of snakes, scorpions, crocodiles, mummies, AND falling rocks.
Cardboard Carnage team members, Gregg & Candace Bolinger, went on a little field trip over the Fourth of July holiday. While visiting family in Oklahoma, they decided to stay an extra day in order to check out the tabletop scene in Tulsa.
There were four stops on this tour, and they were visited in order of proximity; not based on order of preference. Also, we should mention that none of these stores had advance notice of our visits; everything was off the cuff.
Good versus evil… Super Hero versus Super Villain… Heroes fighting to serve and protect the Multiverse whilst the Villains do everything in their power to try to destroy them… These are some of the main themes on which the card game Sentinels of the Multiverse are based. The order of play seems simple enough:
The Villain takes a turn The Heroes take their turns The Environment takes a turn But this card game is anything but simple.