Shefford Friday night games

This is a short description of the games we play at our Friday night game group.

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Friday 11th August 2017

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We had another quiet gaming evening, with just 4 of us. Marion was keen to play Great Western Trail again, so we started with that. James and Marion both needed a few reminders at the start on how to play, but soon got up and running. I was fourth to go, and with the "buying people" tile as first tile, everyone started on that and bought one person, leaving me, as fourth, with an engineer, so I settled on that strategy - buying an engineer (sometimes plus a second person), on every trip through, moving my train forward rapidly, and claiming all the stations - the early ones of which gave me certificate bonuses, which made my trips to Kansas more profitable - in fact I managed to get away without placing a disk in the -6VP square at the start, which is unusual for me. Then when I started to run out of stations to build along the top, I moved into cowboys and cows, 4 and 5 ones, and mission cards that needed them. This strategy seemed to work very well, netting me over 100 points, which I think might be a new record for me. Sami had a nice building strategy going, but ended up a few points behind me, just under the 100.

At this point Marion departed, leaving us as three for the rest of the evening. James chose Terraforming Mars as the next game, and we played that, with a very close finish, but me just ahead - thanks to the Jovian tags I'd stolen from James, who started with the Jovian corporation!

After that I chose Thunderstone. Sami went for deck tuning early on, and beat up very few monsters early, while James and I went for the other extreme, beating up monsters from the start, and both going for the heroes that liked to beat up monsters in Rank 2 or 3 for a bonus, combined with rogues for light. One of the monster types wasn't so good for these, as it killed those types of heroes, but another was immune to magic attack, which wasn't so good for Sami's strategy, so it worked out. I beat up the guardian, as well as three or four other large monsters, and ended up with the Thunderstone, and beat Sami by about 7 points.

We just had time for a quick filler to finish, so I chose Escalation!, and then had a disastrous first, and second, round, and was pretty much guaranteed third place at that point. James was looking good for the win after the first two rounds but then had even more of a disaster than me in the third round, and Sami, sitting to his left, picked up almost no points, and just pipped him to first place. I was still miles behind!
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Friday 4th August 2017

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Last Friday there were 5 of us. We started with Notre Dame, which was new to quite a few of the players. Seb managed well, despite being unfamiliar with the game, beating me by a couple of points but Sami's extra experience at the game gave him a comfortably win.

Zara then asked to try Carcassonne, which she was looking to buy. Sami managed to win this too, thanks to stealing in to other people's cities and farming regions, while I was badly stuck with no men to play for a large portion of the game after none of my early cities finished. Zara was similarly stuck with no men, but her cloister village netted her an impressive number of end-game points.

Sami chose Modern Art next. Scores for this were fairly close, except for Sami himself, who still wasn't sure that when he was making change from the back he didn't short-change himself on money, and Seb, who had an absolute gift round which put him safely ahead of the rest of us.

At this point Sami departed to bed, while the rest of us proceeded to play noisy party games for the rest of the evening, which didn't really help Sami get to sleep!! We started with Compatibility, which was very close, but Gill and I won by just a couple of points, thanks to a knack of getting direct matches on our later cards! I then suggested Keep Talking, which I'd still not managed a second play of. We played two rounds, and managed to end in a tie, as Seb paused for a second too long in the final keep talking round. I proved to be particularly useless in the word association part of the card - losing on the first word once, when Zara came up with something unexpected!

We then tried a new game we'd been given, Millions of Dollars. My extra negotiation for bribes worked well, plus being the only person left in in an early round where Gill left, and Seb and Zara clashed, so that I very rapidly hit the cash total required, while the others were all struggling to make any money at all!

We finished with one of Gill's favourite short games, Jumbo & Co, which Gill won by miles, with me second, and the other two between them getting less than Gill!
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Friday 28th July 2017

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With many of our regulars unavailable it was a very quiet session this Friday, with just 4 of us. Gill suggested El Grande to start with, so that was our first game. Sami got miles out ahead early on, and from then on the rest of us were just playing for second place!

Next came Time's Up!, with Seb and I pairing up to try and take on the other two. The first round was very close, with them just ahead. The second round was amusing, as Sami and I for a long while were the only people with cards in front of us - Seb and Gill not being able to successfully describe cards, but guessing happily! It was even closer that round, but we were just one card short of a draw. Then the last round was again close, but we were just the wrong side of it - my inability to remember the second word of names (recognising what was being described but not remembering the whole card) not helping us.

We then played another of Gill's favourites - Around the World in 80 Days. We had several early Storms, when Sami decided to try to spend money to buy an elephant, and instead triggered a major storm frenzy. This meant the pressure was on rather more than usual to finish in the 80 days. I had a decision just before crossing the Pacific whether to travel for 11 days, which would mean I was unlikely to finish before 80 days, but would finish, or to pass, knowing that it would put me a leg behind the others, which might mean I wouldn't finish at all. I decided on the second option, and did my best to interrupt their journeys so they couldn't finish, but as both were going over 80 days anyway, they declined to pass a leg and I didn't finish, although I would have been under 80 days, and probably even under Sami's winning score (of 78!!!), had I been able to finish.

We then played 7 games of Seb's 5-Minute Dungeon, working through various different bosses in sequence, with Seb and Sami switching decks between games, while Gill and I stuck with familiar ones! We won every game except the final one, which we finished one second too late!

We finished the evening with a game of Gnadenlos!, in which Gill was rolling in money and winning card games all over the place for an early lead, but couldn't keep cowboys in her hand, so it all went horribly wrong at the end. Seb was also looking good for the win, but was attacked by ravens one too many times, so Sami picked up the win instead.
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Friday 21st July 2017

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Last Friday was quiet, with just 5 of us. We started with a 4 player Love Letter while waiting for the 5th to arrive, which Sami finally won. Next came Powerboats, which everyone had played once before. It came down to who had the least disasters, and in which round! James had a disaster in the second round, but recovered well, to give him second place overall. John had a disaster in the first round, but then placed well in the next two, to just pip James to first place. I was ahead after the first two rounds, but then placed last in the final round, which meant my overall score was 4th!

After that we went for Schrille Stille, which was new to John. And it proved that it does help a bit if you have some experience with this game, as John was definitely lagging a bit all game. I was ahead for most of the game, impressively jumping both the first two white lines in one round, taking out the Top 6 bands all at once! However, this meant I had the usual late game slump, as my remaining few bands were all picked on and all dropped off the board, with Seb just beating Sami to first place by one point, and me dropping to third.

After that Seb suggested we continued with some more lighter fare, and Knowing Me Knowing You tabled next, in which Sami and I proved to have a distinct advantage, finishing in tied first 15 points clear of anyone else - for once the questions were ones where husbands/wives had an advantage!

Beyond Balderdash was suggested next, which again was new to some of the others, although for Sami and I it was a university staple, although we haven't played it in years! Early on it looked like it was between Sami and Seb, but then Sami was able to get a bonus from the double points score and Seb wasn't, and pushed ahead. James, who had been lagging a little behind all the early game, suddenly had a few good rounds, and ended up tied second with Seb.

We finished with two rounds of Der dreizehnte Holzwurm, which again was new to some players. In the first round James looked like he would manage to go out, but got squeezed at the end, followed by Seb, and I went out to finish the round. Sami also had a good score, and only Seb was slightly negative. The second round was more of a disaster for people - this time James and John were the two to be squeezed, and both had to take large negatives on the turn that finished the game, to leave them with overall negative scores. Seb had a good positive score, but his bad first round meant he was in third. I was just able to keep ahead of Sami overall.
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Friday 14th July 2017

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Last Friday we were 8, so after a quick Codenames while waiting for Sami to return and eat his dinner, we neatly split into two tables. I suggested Imperial, which found lots of interest, and Sami asked to try James's Firefly, and we split between the two tables. Simon started with England, and built up a nice naval fleet, while my Austria Hungary took over quite a bit of territory and Germany invaded Belgium and Holland. Then Marion worked out the wargamery aspect of the game, and suddenly her Germans became very aggressive and started attacking everyone. John had taken over Austria-Hungary by then, and allied them with his Italians and was using the troops to protect the two countries from invasion. Meanwhile Simon and I had realised that it wasn't a wargame, but was actually a stocks and shares game, and were buying shares tactically in valuable countries, and not worrying so much about being in control of countries (Marion in particular got very upset when she lost control of Germany briefly). No-one was taking taxation much, getting too obsessed with attacking, and Italy in particular was still on the start square at the end of the game, as John, who had control of them all game, never took taxation once! End game scores were very close between the three of us except John, with Marion just winning by a few cash, and me only 8 behind her.

The other table had been playing a filler while we finished up, so we merged and split with them, with Sami suggesting Terra Mystica, while Marion tabled Lords of Waterdeep on the other table. I drew Swarmlings, making it my most played race by even more, while Sami drew his "favourite" Fakirs, Simon Ice Maidens and James Halflings. James's Halflings got off to the usual fast start, and spread wonderfully, but then he did have the problem that when the terraforming turn came along in turn 4, he couldn't actually build any more houses, and he lost his free terraform at the end of one round similarly, as Sami jumped on to it before he could free up a house. My Swarmlings were able to follow the turn bonuses fairly well, as well as taking the bonus for stronghold/sanctuary three times in the game, and taking both the trading post bonus disks early on, so I was netting a good number of points. Sami's Fakirs jumped, but were struggling to amass huge numbers of points, and Simon's Ice Maidens were struggling with income. On the last turn I blocked Simon's easy connection, forcing him to either spend lots of resources connecting, or me to get a cheap third place. He delayed as long as he could before making the decision, but eventually went for connection, and as I could get more points by other methods by then, I didn't bother spending lots of resources tying/beating him - neither of us could get close to the size of the other two! In the end I won, with a nice Swarmlings score just under 150, James half a dozen points behind, and Sami about the same behind that - not a bad Fakir score for him, but not enough to place highly.

We then played a quick For Sale to finish, where a repeated sequence of James dropping out first, me second, Sami third, Simon paying full whack but for a good card gave Sami in particular some good cards for little cost, and Simon some great cards. I used my remaining money to buy the 30 that turned up on the last round, and managed to put that to good use in the second round, when a high cheque turned up with lots of low ones. Sami won, just one point ahead of Simon.
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Friday 7th July 2017

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Last Friday we were 7. The obvious Terraforming Mars was suggested for one table, and Hannah suggested Orléans for the other table, and I joined her and Zara for it. It was new to Zara, but she was soon up and running building houses on the board, while Hannah went for mega-cogs and I went for books and a building that got me coins for my star level each turn. Hannah then moved into house building, and rapidly overtook Zara for the number of houses on the board, plus picked up a huge number of goods from her building. Meanwhile I ignored the board totally and was collecting people from the side board, but was slightly unlucky with my bag draws which meant Hannah beat me to one that I'd set up for myself, and I never drew the right combination for the last one. Hannah won with an impressive 161, well ahead of my 126!

We then moved onto Rococo, as the other still had quite a bit of terraforming to do, and this was also new to Zara. I went for huge numbers of dresses, plus a disk in the fountain for income, and was sacking all my employees quite regularly, while Hannah was going for a much larger deck and taking the employees that gave bonuses for a large deck. I just managed to beat Hannah at the end.

The other table had finished just as we started our last round and played Take it Easy while waiting for us. We split again, and John was keen to play Leonardo da Vinci, a game that's been on my list to play as I haven't played it in a while either, and Hannah and Zara joined us, although it was new to both of them. It was definitely a game of clashes. Hannah in the whole game clashed with pretty much every project she worked on, and there was a bid almost every turn for at least one card, not to mention multiple people working on projects that had already finished - at one point we ran out of arrows to mark them! I spent a lot of time and effort upgrading my smaller lab, and buying materials for a project in there, only for Zara to finish the project just before I started it, leaving me with nothing to use it for - grrr! John was the only person to get an end-game bonus for different symbols, and this, combined with the fact that he'd done so many projects anyway, gave him the win, with me second.

We finished by all joining together for a 7 player 7 Wonders, which was won by Sami and his pyramids, while John's Statue came second.
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Friday 30th June 2017

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Last Friday we were 10 so split into three tables. Around the World in 80 days and Terraforming Mars tabled on two of the tables, and the remaining three of us chose Nations to play. I started with the race that has two military, and two colonies turned up on the first turn, and Sami spent his early game increasing his military to stop me getting both those colonies, but couldn't stop me also calling a rather costly war, and it took him some time to get back on his feet after that as it meant his early income was low, despite the colony - in particular having rather a problem with grain. I still picked up a second colony fairly soon, as well as a leader that had a bonus for high military, and this gave me a good early income. Unluckily for Sami, all the early cards were also punishing for lowest stability, and he was also lowest on that for the first few turns, so he was getting hit from all sides, giving in VPs all over the place! However his book track was off out of sight, so was making them back. I just abandoned books completely and concentrated on points in other ways, but made a mistake on the final turn trying to get the points for my wonder for most people, not realising Sami could grow his civilization by an extra one courtesy of his leader - I would never have normally taken a stability man with my game set-up, and I'd already taken all the grain ones. It ended up with Sami and I joint winning the game, with Martin just a few points behind.

We then played Power Grid: The Card Game, this time with the correct setup! This was also very close, with all of us ending on the same score at end-game, and only 3 cash separately top and bottom position! I thought I'd put myself out of it early on by changing up my power plants too often, but then was able to power more at end-game to cancel out my lower cash holding.

We then played a few fillers to get all the tables to finish together, firstly The City twice (with an impressive victory by me first, when my score and income just flew for a win in just 6 turns, followed by an impressive loss, when Martin just managed to beat Sami's mass of Stadtvillas with a car strategy. Then we played a 6 player Take it Easy!, with quite a wide range of scores.

We then split into three tables again, and I reminded Marion and Hannah how to play Great Western Trail - both of them having played it once, but a few weeks ago, so they'd forgotten the rules/strategy. I went heavily for a station strategy, and got all the first 8 stations - but then found myself with a problem at end game, when I got down to my last disk, a black one, and when I got to Kansas City the only spot I could put it in was white! I tried and failed to find a solution to this in the rules, but as my trip to Kansas triggered game end, and even without that disk I was about 30 points clear point-wise, we decided not to worry too much about it, and just scored up.
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Friday 23rd June 2017

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Last Friday I arrived rather late, as my son was in a school concert, and the downstairs table were just setting up Diamant as we walked in, so we joined them. Simon was leaving early on a regular basis, and it looked like this would work well for him, then Seb managed to pick up a good hoard, and this put him just ahead. Marion however was struggling to pick up more than a handful of gems, always either staying in a round too long, or running when everyone else did so she had to share the treasure!

We then split into two tables, and I ended up on the Terraforming Mars table with Marion and Simon. Marion just managed to pip Simon by one point for second place, but my extra experience showed and I won. I then introduced Marion to Power Grid: The Card Game, my new purchase, which had one of the oddest starts, as all the early power plants were expensive late-game plants, but this meant in the mid-game no-one wanted to buy any plants. We also had a major water shortage, which meant we took it in turns to not power a water plant and drop to the back of the turn order! Marion won with a score of 30, while Simon and I tied on 28 but with him winning the tie-break.

We finished by joining with the rest for a quick game of 6 nimmt!, made very quick by James collecting huge numbers of horns in the first two rounds - his score was 62 after two rounds! Marion did his best to catch him on score, collecting 58 in the last two rounds, but didn't quite manage it as her first round score was actually quite respectable. Meanwhile on the other side of the scale I managed to just beat Simon for the win, thanks to my 0 score in the first round - he was very consistently scoring about 7 a round for a safe second place.
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Last Friday we were 8. We started waiting for our last player to arrive, so playing a couple of games of Fake Artist. Seb started choosing a person, Jason Bourne, but sadly a few of us didn't know who he was, which made drawing interesting, and the fake artist, Lisa, got away. The second game Lisa chose a location, Paris. Seb started by drawing an arch, which I assumed was the bottom of the Eiffel Tower, so continued upwards, but he meant to be the Arc de Triomphe. John drew a moon shape near the bottom of the paper, then Colin drew a line which was clearly meant as another Eiffel Tower! Simon drew a weird balloon shape, and after some deliberation Marion continued the Eiffel Tower arch, as did Seb again. I gave up on that and drew a river, realising too late that it wasn't easy with just one line. John drew a small circle on Simon's balloon, Colin continued his Eiffel tower, Simon drew a weird box on top of my Eiffel Tower and Marion decided to make it clear she wasn't the fake artist by drawing an impressively arty baguette. At this point it was clearly between John and Simon for Fake Artist and they split the votes 3-3, but it turned out it was Simon so he got away - John's weird moon shape was meant for a croissant, as three people realised!

We then split into two tables. One table was obviously Terraforming Mars, while I suggested Saint Petersburg for the other table, which was new to both Hannah and Seb. I went for income early on, and an early Observatory, that did nothing for me until mid-game as it happened, but then was very good in picking up both a high level aristocrat and a large blue building, when I was struggling to convert my cash into VPs. Marion went for early VPs from a couple of expensive blue buildings, and pulled out to an early VP lead, but her income was lagging rather. Hannah echoed me in going for lots of cash, but was slower to switch into VP generation in the mid-game. Seb had a nice mix of everything, but didn't get nearly as many aristocrats as Hannah and I, so at end-game we both went past him, but he managed to stay a few points ahead of Marion. My extra experience showed, and I won comfortably.

We then moved onto Pictomania, which was more of an exercise in people misreading numbers than anything else. Early on Seb managed to draw completely the wrong picture off the card, and I gave him some stick for it, as he has played the game lots. That lost him quite a few points. Then, to my amusement, and Seb's annoyance, I managed somehow to pick my cards up with my upside down 2 partly hidden by the card in front of it, so it looked like a 7. Unfortunately for Seb he was the only person to actually bet for it, and the only person to get any guesses wrong that round, so he lost rather a lot of points for that too, through no fault of his own! I as usual was generally quicker at drawing and guessing, so the loss of points for that round didn't cost me the game, and Seb was safely last thanks to the mess-ups, so asked to play again. The second game it was Marion and Hannah's turn to mess up. Firstly Hannah drew the wrong picture, this time because she assumed there were only 6 things listed on each card, so drew the bottom one - her drawing of a potato was particularly good and detailed until we realised it should have been a cucumber! This hurt me particularly as it had a knock-on effect on what I guessed for Marion's, and I ended up with most wrong answers too. Then she got Mortician, and spent so long not sure how to draw it (her picture in the end was just a stick man), that she forgot to guess, and got no points for either guesses or people guessing hers! Then Marion managed to put the wrong number in for her guess for Seb's card, to complete the catalogue of errors! In the end Marion won, one point ahead of me because of my disaster, and Seb managed to stay ahead of Hannah, thanks to her two disaster rounds - she was struggling to get a positive score even!

We then merged and split with the other group - downstairs playing Augustus, while upstairs we played Suburbia. I managed to get the least green building bonus early on, as both Simon and Colin were tempted by the buildings that gave 2 cash for each green building. I was also going for the largest continguous lake, but Simon kept taking more and more lakes so went ahead of me. I also ended up with highest reputation, thanks to taking a PR firm early in the C deck and then increasing my reputation by using a 2x on an existing building. Colin was getting an impressive number of VPs per turn, but his reputation didn't quite drop below Simon's, although he possibly could have played the last turn differently to make sure it did, so he didn't do his own goal, or any of the joint ones, and I went flying past him with the two joint goals, plus my own one for most continguous greys. The others still hadn't finished, so we had a quick game of The Game (2015) while waiting for them, which we managed to win, although it looked a bit hairy in the middle.

Seb had started explaining one of his games just before we finished, but Marion wasn't keen on the sound of it, so joined the three of us while the others played that, and I suggested Through the Desert, which was new to Simon. After the near obligatory placement of the grey camel by Simon in set-up, we got started. We all managed to enclose one large area worth about 12 points, and we all had one camel colour majority at end-game, but Colin got two and this was enough to give him the win ahead of me, with Simon just a few points behind me.

We then introduced Simon to Liar's Dice to finish with, but Hannah and Lisa joined us one round in, when the rest of their table left, and Hannah proceeded to win the game, not losing her first dice for ages, and ending in a 2-on-1 dice duel with Lisa. Simon went out very early on, after some quite amusing bidding of 5 1s by Lisa, 6 1s by Colin, challenge by Simon (he wasn't really left with many other options) no less than three times in a row - and unfortunately the challenging did not go well for him!
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Friday 9th June 2017

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Last Friday we were 7. Zara was introduced to Terraforming Mars downstairs, but upstairs Marion learnt Nations. She found it frustratingly similar to Through the Ages in style, and found herself struggling for food, although she had an impressive number of books. I won, my extra experience showing, and chose a quick filler game of The Bucket King while we waited for the other table to finish their final round and scoring - which Marion managed to win comfortably, Simon going out very early, and John and I unable to take down Marion's pyramid before losing our own.

After that we merged and split again, with downstairs taking Seasons, while upstairs we played Terra Mystica. I drew Auren, and managed a typical Auren track game, and managed to get a good number of in-game points too. James was challenging me hard for the tracks, but struggled to get his Cultists any in-game points, especially with Sami refusing to give him any track upgrades. Sami played Acolytes for the first time, and struggled with them a little, being unfamiliar with them. Simon was Nomads, and ended up just a few points behind me, with the typical Nomad spread, three towns and easily largest region.

We finished with a quick Power Grid: The Card Game, which was new to Sami. I still struggled a bit with setup, but not as much as last time. It was a very slow game, with the power plants getting stuck, and us never having to junk any. Simon won - he initially announced the same score as me so I asked how much cash he had left afterwards for the tie-break - and he kept on counting until he got to 16 - we gave him the extra point he should have claimed, and the win!
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