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This Geeklist contains all my gaming endeavors of 2021, month by month.





Previous Geeklists in this series are:
PzVIE's Gaming Almanac 2011 - 2015
PzVIE's Gaming Almanac 2016
PzVIE's Gaming Almanac 2017
PzVIE's Gaming Almanac 2018
PzVIE's Gaming Almanac 2019
PzVIE's Gaming Almanac 2020

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1. Board Game: Dungeons & Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil Board Game [Average Rating:7.42 Overall Rank:1220] [Average Rating:7.42 Unranked]
Board Game: Dungeons & Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil Board Game
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JANUARY

36 total plays from 15 different games.

 8   Dungeons & Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil Board Game x14 (27 all-time)
 7   Aliens: Another Glorious Day in the Corps x3 (6 all-time)
 10   Elder Sign x3 (48 all-time)
 10   Eldritch Horror x3 (105 all-time)
 9   18Mag: Hungarian Railway History x2 (14 all-time)
 6   18SJ: Let there be rail x2 NEW!
 8   1836Jr (2 all-time)
 8   1860: Locomotives of the Isle of Wight NEW!
 9   1882: Assiniboia (6 all-time)
 7   18CO: Rock & Stock NEW!
 9   18Chesapeake (8 all-time)
 7   18GA (5 all-time)
 8   18TN (7 all-time)
 10   Advanced Squad Leader (559 all-time)
 7   Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition) (2 all-time)

Game of the month was definitely Dungeons & Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil Board Game. With the Corvid lockdown still in full swing, most of the games were wifey-hubby games, and this was one of them. Each of us controlled two heroes and we battled us through the evil cultists, their monster and of course, the black dragon. We saved the village of Red Larch and retired as heroes. This is such an awesome game!

We're somewhat done with the Aliens: Another Glorious Day in the Corps game. We tried the base game, then the expansions, but somehow, this game tries to be a Zombicide, but isn't. With only a handful of missions available, it also quickly becomes a little boring. And don't let me start ranting about assembling those miniatures ... robot ... well, the game has now found a resting place on a shelf and maybe it will be played again in a year or two. Or three.

Elder Sign and Eldritch Horror – the latter being one of our most beloved games. As with the Temple above, each of us usually controls four investigators and after a hurtful defeat against the Elder Things in December, we where victorious against Nephren-Ka, Shudde Mell, and Syzygy. Elder Sign – in Museum Mode – was used as a quick filler after work and before dinner. The perfect game for this, I might add meeple

Now since the website 18xx.games exists, my playings of 18xx has increased considerably (not that I'm getting better at it, but do play a lot more )
Half of the games have been played as live sessions, using skype and a camera, and the other half was asynchronious, making a couple of moves each day. I'm very happy that Leonhard "Lonny" Orgler's latest work – 18Mag: Hungarian Railway History is now also available on that platform and we already played two games – one of them live. I just found out that they also implemented the two-player version of it – wow!
I'm a little disappointed by 18SJ: Let there be rail though; I like the map, the number of companies, but the Nationalization rules are somewhat unpredictable … in one game, I had two totally washed-up companies and exptected to go down in flames, but to my suprise, I ended up on the second place, because both companies were nationalized and I was saved. Hmm … sheer luck? Probably. The other game didn't went so well – Nationalization escaped me – and I ended up fourth place (with five players). Still, I'm interested in the game. I guess it needs more plays.
Also, 18CO: Rock & Stock, where it is possible that companies control companies … in the beginning we did not have enough money to buy other stock with our companies, and in the end, money was available in abundance, so that nearly every company was able to run two permanent trains. No company ever bougth stock in other companies … so did we play it wrong? Not rules-wise, but strategy-wise? Hmmm … again.
1882: Assiniboia on the other hand is a wonderful version of this game series. With a brutally small tile mix and a totally interesting map, this has become my favorite variant of the 1830-branch. Before 18Chesapeake (which is also great, I might add).

And I'm proud to announce that I have played my first online RPG session … one guy of our RPG group offered us a Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition) adventure using his game server and we communicated with camera and microphone. Now D&D4 is a good choice here, as it is totally combat-oriented and played on battle maps, which Markus – our GM – scanned before the evening and we dragged and dropped our heroes over the map, killing tons of goblins, wolves, and evil mages. Dice rolling was done with real dice - I just threw mine into a dice tray in front of my computer. I think there's a huge difference if you use real dice or if the rolls are generated electronically. At least, for me. The session was really fun and we decided to do that again, at least, until the curfew is lifted and we can continue our Call of Cthulhu (7th Edition) campaign.

So I was surprised again that I was able to play 36 games in January, despite the lockdown. But I'm still looking forward to more FtF gaming this year … once the lockdown is over and vaccination is available for everyone.

Thanks for reading; see you next month and stay healthy meeple

Board Game: Eldritch Horror
Board Game: Elder Sign
Board Game: 18GA
Board Game: 18Chesapeake
Board Game: Aliens: Another Glorious Day in the Corps
Board Game: Advanced Squad Leader
Board Game: 1882: Assiniboia
Board Game: 18SJ: Let there be rail
Board Game: 1860: Locomotives of the Isle of Wight
Board Game: 1836Jr
Board Game: Dungeons & Dragons: Temple of Elemental Evil Board Game
Board Game: 18TN
Board Game: 18Mag: Hungarian Railway History
Board Game: 18CO: Rock & Stock
RPG: Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition)
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2. Board Game: Talisman: Star Wars [Average Rating:8.08 Overall Rank:11458]
Board Game: Talisman: Star Wars
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FEBRUARY

34 total plays from 25 different games.

 9   Talisman: Star Wars x4 NEW!
 9   18Mag: Hungarian Railway History x2 (16 all-time)
 8   7 Wonders x2 (64 all-time)
 5   Azul x2 NEW!
 7   Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition) x2 (4 all-time)
 10   Relic x2 (66 all-time)
 7   Zombie Dice x2 (64 all-time)
 10   1830: Railways & Robber Barons (116 all-time)
 8   1849: The Game of Sicilian Railways (15 all-time)
 7   1860: Railways on the Isle of Wight (5 all-time)
 8   1867: The Railways of Canada (3 all-time)
 9   1882: Assiniboia (7 all-time)
 8   1889: History of Shikoku Railways (18 all-time)
 8   18AL (16 all-time)
 9   18Chesapeake (9 all-time)
 9   18MEX (10 all-time)
 10   Advanced Squad Leader (560 all-time)
 7   Keep on the Shadowfell NEW!
 9   Nations: The Dice Game (37 all-time)
 6   Railroad Ink: Deep Blue Edition (3 all-time)
 9   Runebound: Second Edition (35 all-time)
 8   Star Wars: Dark Side Rising (8 all-time)
 8   Talisman: Batman – Super-Villains Edition (2 all-time)
 10   Twilight Struggle (11 all-time)
 9   Wasteland Express Delivery Service (7 all-time)

One of my all-time favorite games, Talisman, was first published in '83, and who would have thought that this game is still popular nearly forty years later? Not even in its 4th edition, but they also still publish variants of that game, like my latest acquisition, Talisman: Star Wars. Now this game covers one of our favorite franchises and one of our favorites games (I'm including my wife here) – that should qualify for a 10+ rating here on the Geek, right? You can read here, why it is „only“ a 9: Talisman on Speed - or Hyperspace in this case!

Just to be sure, my wife and I also played two games of our favorite Talisman variant: Relic. Yes, this is still our #1 Talisman game, no doubt here. And we also played two games of Talisman: Batman, so I consider this a Talisman-month! That is awesome. meeple

Our daughter visited for a game night and she brought Azul with her. I'm not much of an Eurogames fan, and I'm definitely not a fan of abstracts, but although this game touches both genres, I came to enjoy it. I have to admit, it is beautiful to look at, it plays quickly, and it offers interesting game play. I'm positively surprised! And I told her, she's allowed to bring that game again.

Because of the Covid-situation, again a ton of 18xx games have been played on the 18xx.games platform, both async and life using Skype. I guess 18Mag is still my favorite game there, although they now published 1822 (in an early alpha version) … this ought to be interesting, as I love 1822!

Beside a couple of other, smaller games, two more favorites have seen table time this month: Runebound 2nd – the basic scenario. Another close race between my wife and myself, and we are both still convinced that the 2nd edition is far superior to the 3rd! And Wasteland Express Delivery Service, the Mad Max Postman game – this time, I followed the strategy that usually my wife prefers: get the biggest guns and hunt the Raider Trucks and Outposts. It worked … I should try this more often. Mindless killing is fun … at least, in board games!

See you in March! meeple

Board Game: Talisman: Star Wars
Board Game: 18Mag: Hungarian Railway History
Board Game: 7 Wonders
Board Game: Azul
RPG: Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition)
Board Game: Relic
Board Game: Zombie Dice
Board Game: 1830: Railways & Robber Barons
Board Game: 1849: The Game of Sicilian Railways
Board Game: 1860: Railways on the Isle of Wight
Board Game: 1867: The Railways of Canada
Board Game: 1882: Assiniboia
Board Game: 1889: History of Shikoku Railways
Board Game: 18AL
Board Game: 18Chesapeake
Board Game: 18MEX
Board Game: Advanced Squad Leader
RPG Item: H1: Keep on the Shadowfell
Board Game: Nations: The Dice Game
Board Game: Railroad Ink: Deep Blue Edition
Board Game: Runebound: Second Edition
Board Game: Star Wars: Dark Side Rising
Board Game: Talisman: Batman – Super-Villains Edition
Board Game: Twilight Struggle
Board Game: Wasteland Express Delivery Service
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3. Board Game: Doom: The Boardgame [Average Rating:6.86 Overall Rank:1118]
Board Game: Doom: The Boardgame
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MARCH

31 total plays from 23 different games.

 7   Doom: The Boardgame x4 NEW!
 7   Dungeon Command: Sting of Lolth x2 NEW!
 7   Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition) x2 (6 all-time)
 7   Keep on the Shadowfell NEW!
 6   Micro Chapbook RPG x2 NEW!
 6   Goblin Horde NEW!
 6   Skeleton Cavern NEW!
 8   Star Wars: Dark Side Rising (9 all-time)
 9   Talisman: Star Wars (5 all-time)
 8   Arkham Horror (Third Edition) (7 all-time)
 10   Advanced Squad Leader (561 all-time)
 9   Best of Friends NEW!
 5   Dalek Dice (2 all-time)
 6   Phase 10 Dice (108 all-time)
 7   Zombie Dice x2 (66 all-time)
 10   1822: The Railways of Great Britain (8 all-time)
 10   1830: Railways & Robber Barons (117 all-time)
 9   18Mag: Hungarian Railway History x2 (18 all-time)
 8   1849: The Game of Sicilian Railways (16 all-time)
 7   1860: Railways on the Isle of Wight (6 all-time)
 9   1882: Assiniboia (8 all-time)
 8   1889: History of Shikoku Railways (19 all-time)
 10   18CZ (22 all-time)

Lockdown gaming again … so as usual in these times, most of the games this month have been played online or in two-player mode with my wife (the latter is not a bad thing per se, au contraire; although I do miss my face-to-face game groups badly).

Enough of the rant, on to the games!

One of my RPG friends – who happens to be a very creative and talented programmer – created his own game server, FreeBeeGee (FBB - free board games) and this server currently supports two games: Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition) (as well as D&D3/D&D5/Pathfinder and similar games) and lately, he scanned and uploaded the files for Doom: The Boardgame (the 2004 Version). Of course, as this material is all copyrighted, this server is for our personal use only (although the source code is available at GitHub, so you can use it to create your own server). So we started a campaign and we are currently in Mission 3; we won the first, lost the second, and it seems that mission 3 will also go bad for us Marines … this game is brutal. And fun. However, I do prefer the 2016 version of the game, which seems much more balanced to me and features more interesting missions. I also like the deck-building aspect of the new edition. But we do have a lot of fun shredding all those demons!

Dungeon Command: Sting of Lolth … yep, I had this for quite some time sitting on my shelves. I bought all sets as a bundle a couple of years ago for a fair price and since then, it collected dust. But not any more. We tried it out with the Heroes and the Undead sets and I was a little bit surprised. I expected a game closely related to D&D4, but in fact, it's much more like Magic: The Gathering with a game board! It's all there – mana cost (here called “level”), card colors (here called “attribute”), attack values and a special ability. And you play these cards in front of you and put the corresponding mini on the board, ready for combat actions. Basically a very good (and very intelligent) game, however; I'm the guy who very much prefers dice for combat resolution (rather than the simple mathematics of Magic: The Gathering in this game).

Talking about D&D … we continued our ongoing H1: Keep on the Shadowfell campaign on RPG night (again, only at a virtual table at my friend's server), but nevertheless; we still do roleplaying nights [even if we “only” use Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition) for it meeple ]). Whatever. We cleared level 1 of the dungeon below the castle and interrogation of some of the slain gobbos revealed that a necromancer is active in the lower levels (of course, the interrogation took place before we finally slew them). All that fighting took its toll on us, and we had suffered a lot of wounds and exhaustion, so we retreated to the nearby village for some warm food and a good night's rest (we also leveled up to 3, which was nice – we desperately need the added powers). And next month, it's showtime! Let's kill the evil necro! devil

As I'm an avid follower of 2021 edition of What was the last RPG book you bought?, I stumbled upon the Micro Chapbook RPG series and – curiously – I ordered the deluxe core rulebook (updated edition) for a whooping €6! After the good man of Amazon's delivery service handed it over to me on the next day, I read through the rules (which cost me 5 minutes) and immediately ordered a couple of dungeons from DriveThruRPG. I also commanded my faithful wife to enter one of those dreaded dungeons with me as the GM (I also purchased the GM guide, just to be on the safe side). One of the advertising lines in all those books is “expect to die and die often”. And this is so true … the game is designed in the spirit of DungeonQuest, although while in said game you have a 85% mortality rate, here, it seems to be much higher. Poor wifey's characters all ended up as corpses in various dungeon rooms. To rectify this, I purchased the Animal Companions supplement, and now she's adventuring with her Dragon Hatchling companion at her side … so far, the two managed to survive one dungeon. Barely, I might add. What a fun little game!

Of course, we also squeezed a little Star Wars gaming in, using the Talisman: Star Wars and the Star Wars: Dark Side Rising games (which we both enjoy immensely).

And we decided to set up Arkham Horror (Third Edition) in our second game room, the Holodeck. It's been a while since we played it and I incorporated the latest expansion. We chose the Tsathoggua scenario and decided to play with only one investigator each. We don't have much experience with this game, but so far, we won about half of all our games. But this time, we got crushed. We were so busy killing monsters and preventing gates from popping up, that we didn't found much time to follow all those clues … (and we were not very successful at killing or preventing …) so Tsathoggua awoke and destroyed Arkham. All of it. Wow, brutal. The game is still set up. We will play some more scenarios before we put it away again. However, compared to Eldritch Horror (which has a lot of similar mechanisms [and is also one of our all-time favorite games]), the design is a little bit on the lame side. Just a little bit (3-card shuffle anyone?) This game could have been a “10”. So it's only an 8. With my rose-colored glasses on. What a pity that Corey Konieczka wasn't on the design team.

And I finished nine 18xx games; all of them on 18xx.games; some live, some async. I'm still impressed by that platform (and the enthusiasm and professionalism of the programmers), but I still wish for some FtF games in my Dungeon again.

Also in the virtual world I played a new Advanced Squad Leader scenario; “The Marco Polo Bridge Incident” from the Best of Friends scenario pack. It's a small engagement between Chinese and Japanese forces in Beijing 1937 at said bridge. My Chinese had to defend the nearby buildings, while the Japanese attacked with all their might and swooped them away. I had to rely on my reinforcements, but most of them were only conscript troops, and there was a lot of bloodshed before some of them came close enough for some even more bloodier hand-to-hand fighting. In the end, the Nippons won; their brutality in close combat was too much for my Chinese; however, I had my chances. All in all, a very good scenario, which I can happily recommend.

Board Game: Doom: The Boardgame
Board Game: 18Mag: Hungarian Railway History
Board Game: Dungeon Command: Sting of Lolth
RPG: Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition)
RPG: Micro Chapbook RPG
Board Game: Zombie Dice
Board Game: 1822: The Railways of Great Britain
Board Game: 1830: Railways & Robber Barons
Board Game: 1849: The Game of Sicilian Railways
Board Game: 1860: Railways on the Isle of Wight
Board Game: 1882: Assiniboia
Board Game: 1889: History of Shikoku Railways
Board Game: 18CZ
Board Game: Advanced Squad Leader
Board Game: Arkham Horror (Third Edition)
Board Game: Best of Friends
Board Game: Dalek Dice
RPG Item: Goblin Horde
RPG Item: H1: Keep on the Shadowfell
Board Game: Phase 10 Dice
RPG Item: Skeleton Cavern
Board Game: Star Wars: Dark Side Rising
Board Game: Talisman: Star Wars


Stay safe out there, and 'til next month meeple
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4. Board Game: Dungeons & Dragons: Tomb of Annihilation Board Game [Average Rating:7.72 Overall Rank:2510] [Average Rating:7.72 Unranked]
Board Game: Dungeons & Dragons: Tomb of Annihilation Board Game
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APRIL

57 total plays from 21 different games.

 8   Dungeons & Dragons: Tomb of Annihilation Board Game x13 (26 all-time)
 4   Talisman: Legendary Tales x6 NEW!
 6   Micro Chapbook RPG x5 (7 all-time)
 10   Wild Blue Yonder x5 NEW!
 7   Can't Stop x4 (125 all-time)
 10   1830: Railways & Robber Barons x2 (119 all-time)
 8   1861/1867 x2 (11 all-time)
 10   1870: Railroading across the Trans Mississippi from 1870 x2 (12 all-time)
 8   18AL x2 (18 all-time)
 9   18Mag: Hungarian Railway History x2 (20 all-time)
 7   Doom: The Boardgame x2 (6 all-time)
 7   Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition) x2 (8 all-time)
 7   Micro Chapbook RPG Deluxe Game Master's Guide x2 NEW!
 8   1822: The Railways of Great Britain (9 all-time)
 9   1882: Assiniboia (9 all-time)
 9   18MEX (11 all-time)
 5   18SJ: Let there be rail (3 all-time)
 10   Advanced Squad Leader (562 all-time)
 6   Arkham Horror (Third Edition) (8 all-time)
 7   Keep on the Shadowfell NEW!
 8   Thurn and Taxis (4 all-time)

Dungeons & Dragons … oh yes, the adventure game series again. In April, we played the whole Tomb of Annihilation campaign, and as observed in our last playthrough, the game is way too easy. We won all adventures, and the only two healing surges we ever used where taken from us because of an Encounter card. We will play the Mad Mage next, but if this game is also that easy, we will try to alter the rules a bit to make it harder. Nevertheless, this series features six totally awesome adventure games, Tomb is only one of them. I strongly hope for another one. Saltmarsh maybe?

And Talisman Legendary Adventures … oh boy. Wifey and I, we are both huge Talisman fans. I have read that this game is not really a Talisman game and aimed at families, but unfortunately, the game is crap. It fails even as a family game. Well, we played all missions and shelved it. It is allowed to stay in the Talisman collection, but otherwise, it is condemned to dust.

The Wild Blue Yonder, from GMT games, the latest edition in the Down in Flames series. It combines the old games Rise of the Luftwaffe and 8th Air Force, with streamlined rules and beautiful components. I plan to play one of the campaign games soon, and I'm totally looking forward to it.

My GCL Gelato organized a Can't Stop tournament at Board Game Arena and – to my surprise – I won it! Give me a couple of dice and I roll like a berserker meeple

Since the introduction if 18xx.games last year, I played so many games there. With the restrictions of the current pandemic, even our train game nights happen live and virtually on that platform instead of FtF. However, the format is somewhat limited: Games like 1822 who feature a lot of auctions and sport so many companies can be a drag there. I also played my last game of 18SJ: it's definitely not for me.

The RPG front is also very static; our Cthulhu campaign is still on hold because of the pandemic, and so we continued to play the D&D4 adventure H1 Shadowfell in the virtual world. We finished it last session, or better said: we were finished in the last session. The last encounter – when we met the boss monster of the dungeon below Shadowfell Keep – saw our GM in full cry: a TPK, a total party kill. What a slaughter. wow

I also played some micro chapbook adventures with my wife … I'm a much more forgiving GM that my regular GM is meeple

And again, another game was shelved: Arkham Horror 3. Now contrary to that stupid Talisman family game, this one is actually not that bad, but it has so many design weaknesses that we decided to put it on the highest shelf and let it rot there for at least two years before we try it again. There are so many better Lovecraft games around than this.

Board Game: Dungeons & Dragons: Tomb of Annihilation Board Game
Board Game: Talisman: Legendary Tales
RPG: Micro Chapbook RPG
Board Game: Wild Blue Yonder
Board Game: Can't Stop
Board Game: 1830: Railways & Robber Barons
Board Game: 1861/1867
Board Game: 1870: Railroading across the Trans Mississippi from 1870
Board Game: 18AL
Board Game: 18Mag: Hungarian Railway History
Board Game: Doom: The Boardgame
RPG: Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition)
RPG Item: Micro Chapbook RPG Deluxe Game Master's Guide
Board Game: 1822: The Railways of Great Britain
Board Game: 1882: Assiniboia
Board Game: 18MEX
Board Game: 18SJ: Let there be rail
Board Game: Advanced Squad Leader
Board Game: Arkham Horror (Third Edition)
RPG Item: H1: Keep on the Shadowfell
Board Game: Thurn and Taxis


Next month will see the end of some of the pandemic's social restrictions, meaning, there might be room for some FtF gaming again. Would be great, but I'm not entirely sure, it will happen. Wait and See, as we players of Dungeonquest often say …
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