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  1. The Black Corridor by Michael Moorcock
  2. All sports films are this: a bunch of no-hopers take up a sport and become good at it however just before the big final they have a fight and a key member of the team goes off in a huff. Then just at the last moment when the team is about to quit, they turn up again to rejoin the team and they do acceptably well.
  3. I think it’s from the one where he ends up in international waters, series 11 episode 12: the mansion family
  4. Kelsey Dionne who publishes under the Arcane Library writes adventures that are easy to run. She has a couple of free ones available too, including a 1st level one if you sign up for a newsletter https://www.thearcanelibrary.com/
  5. I would have suggested either the Call of Cthulhu or Takes from the Loop starter sets so if you don’t get on with D&D maybe try those.
  6. Nusfjord is good, we prefer playing it to Agricola, but this is possibly because my girlfriend always beats me
  7. https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/181810/kodama-tree-spirits Best tree wins - not much interaction, each player has different goals they’re aiming for
  8. We bought Agricola purely because my girlfriend liked the bucolic theme
  9. Maybe they felt sorry for him after he had to be in films with Ben stiller and Jesse eisenberg?
  10. Manic miner's strike, he said, from 1985
  11. I wouldn't start with Pathfinder as it's gets quite complicated. There is a Dungeons and Dragons starter set that's got all you need to start with.
  12. That is the best non-child friendly children's book about spiders I have ever read and i have read two books
  13. However, for 5th edition http://www.enworld.org/forum/forum.php is also a good forum to look at.
  14. I was recommending resources that are (or I have read are) good resources for learning how to play roleplaying games. Once you've got the basics down then it's much of a muchness about which particular variety of D&D you play (and pathfinder is just a variety of D&D relabelled for copyright reasons).
  15. You could spend $1 on the Pathfinder humble bundle which includes a PDF of their box set which is meant to be good (although the full pathfinder game is far too complex for me). Alternatively, you could pay £3.50 to learn the way we did in the 80s with This
  16. There's an adventure finder on Paizo.com that might be useful - there's a whole load of different "adventure paths" that they've written. On the other hand, if you fancy something a bit more old-school dungeon crawly then I recommend looking at Stoneheart Valley from Frog God Games.
  17. Hmmm so you can buy dark souls 2 scholar of the first sin for £14.99 in the sale yet if you just want the upgrade version because you already own dark souls 2 then it's £15.99
  18. I'm going to say Enslaved: journey to the west even though it's not a good game. Also Nier
  19. I've been playing it for a bit too and it's quite good. It's a sort of sequel to a free-to-play browser game called Fallen London so have a look at that if you're not sure. (Sunless sea is better though because it doesn't have the turn restrictions and you can fight sea monsters)
  20. dullhorse


    I tried playing dark forces 10-15 years ago and i didn't think it had stood the test of time even then. Wouldn't mind giving dark forces 2 and Jedi knight 2 another go
  21. I rather suspect that Valve decided that being seen to green light/release a game in which you go on a murderous rampage a few hours after someone had gone on a murderous rampage in Sydney was probably a mainstream media shitstorm they wanted to avoid
  22. yeah you have to shoot him but then after that there's a bonfire nearby so you don't have to worry about him again
  23. Or just fire one arrow and wait for him to get knocked off by a blade when he runs towards you
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