Dato curioso #35
Soy muy hater, odio demasiadas cosas para ser contadas, no odio a la gente en general, ni trato mal a nadie, solo odio cosas literalmente, un día comenzaré a poner como datos curiosos algunas cosas que odio para que las vayan conociendo 😂
Harleycorn strikes again!
Cara, cortar a franja dessa peruca antes da CCXP foi a melhor coisa que fiz na minha vida! Olha essa merda no meu olho x.x
Não, não tem pancake branco no meu colo e, sim, meu braço é de longe a parte mais bronzeada do meu corpo. 📷 @ninamelli
Last Saturday, I went to Incubator Melbourne to meet local talent. I got to playtest games and I was blown away by all the creativity of Melbourne designers. Can't believe I'm lucky enough to meet such amazing people. 😍@arkangel_games PS. I just posted a new blog entry check it out by clicking on the link in my profile 👆#bgg#boardgamegeek
I might be hiding a bit of cash behind my screen in Ponzi Scheme by Jesse Li from Tasty Minstrel Games. This game of robbing Peter to pay Paul is the most fun you can have committing fraud without fear of getting arrested or breaking the stock market. With a good crew, that's a heck of a lot of fun!
So here's the deal, just don't go bankrupt! You are picking investors from the market based on your shares of stock. Pull your first red stock and pick from row 1. Third blue stock? Select from the third row whether you like it or not. They all have a round in which they come due. A 5 will take the longest to come due. A 1 is soonest because the dial turns after each round or twice if the market crashes.
But the most fun is the clandestine trading phase! Stick some money in this tiny envelope and slide it across to your opponent who has a like stock. He can accept the offer and hand over his stock or he can send back that amount doubled and take your stock. Do you know what your stock is worth? Do they? It's complete mayhem and it is a BLAST with a group committed to their roles as stock trading scammers.
At the start of your next turn, you can destroy a bear stock to keep a crash at bay or let them pile up to 5 in the market if you want to force another player into paying all they have sooner than they'd like... or even going bankrupt and ending the game. A bankrupt player can't win so all other players add up their stocks and cash remaining after paying investors their inflated gains to determine the biggest fraud.
Cash is worth very little (from 1 to 4 points total for up to $96) so hopefully you invested as much as you could swindle back into stocks which are worth up to 10 for a set of 5. I tied for second with Matt crushing the rest of our 5 fradulant brokers with almost double our score. He took huge risks and luckily someone went bankrupt before it caught up with him.
There's so much social interaction in Ponzi Scheme as you attempt to read your fellow heisters. Poker faces help but some feigned confusion can go a long way as well... until you're sniffed out like Tanqueray as happened to me halfway through 😆 Next time, bigger risks! #riskybusiness
a superhero in disguise with LLR randy and maxi, argyle socks, and #wonderwoman swag - i picked up a pair of earrings at #hvffportland to match my simply awesome @bombdotcomgeekery bracelet. and i always feel like this Cladonia shawl in its reds, blues, and blacks can go wonder woman-y. besides, a game day amongst geeks isn’t a bad day to wear fandom things. um, of course i believe that any day is right for fandom joy :) #fancifulchatter#geekygirl