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  1. Struggling to get on. “Queue is full”
  2. If (like me) you can’t go to the Foundry exhibition of artwork there’s a blog with some decent pictures: https://magpieandoldlead.blogspot.com/2021/12/harry-hammer-friends-part-1-john-blanche.html?fbclid=IwAR1wraRPXbh8EzkVyAsuJFqkNhK6lP_54K8-7xg9S-3LKWqMg1r4onppRjk https://magpieandoldlead.blogspot.com/2021/12/harry-hammer-friends-part-2-ian-miller.html?fbclid=IwAR2Di8mKJxnlloAjXAkQIxAYLm1w-nIK3CovVUM3Jf3YyBSdi375rK_uAs0
  3. Sardan

    The Jazz Thread

    I had the pleasure of seeing Matthew Halsall on his resent tour. This is a must for anyone into spiritual jazz.
  4. Every book that is normally $29.99 on D&D Beyond is $19.99 this week. https://www.dndbeyond.com/marketplace/sourcebooks
  5. There are always bits in our campaigns where I think, “I wonder how that fitted in”. And then there are bits where I think, “he was just f*cking with us, wasn’t he?”
  6. Thanks just ordered a bottle. I like Woodford rye but I think Sazerac is better.
  7. Maybe an hour? My 13 year old daughter loves it and has done since she was about 11. We just have the US version (original). I have played Europe and it has some extra rules that make it a bit complicated.
  8. Bit of a shame. Just a couple of fish to catch.
  9. I’m told it’s on Amazon. Expansions aren’t out until next year at retail. I don’t get Carcassonne at all. Catan is good but a bit abstract for kids. We like Labyrinth, Tsuro, Love Letter and Ticket to Ride as family games.
  10. Is there anything to collect beyond level 200? I’ve just hit 200 and got the gold skins but nothing else is showing to buy with stars. Will that change when I hit 201?
  11. The rules suggest four players who take turns DMing. I have done all the DMing when we started although my youngest likes rolling for the monsters! It really isn’t D&D or D&D light but a totally different game dressed up in D&D clothing. It’s still decent though.
  12. For 8 and 5 I think D&D Adventure Begins could work. https://dnd.wizards.com/products/tabletop-games/rpg-products-board-card-games/dd-adventure-begins My youngest is now 7 but has loved playing it since he was 6. They will need help with the set up and may not be able to read enough to take a turn as a DM (although my son gives it a good go - which is helping with his reading) but they will love the dice rolling and free form problem solving.
  13. Sardan

    New Order

    I enjoyed listening to that, thank you.
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