gross, burp 

Sunday :
• Century: Eastern Wonders. More interesting than Spice Road. Well interactive. Lost due to early mistakes.
• Deus. Classic now. Very confrontational. Close finish. 2nd.
• KeyForge. Way too long. Took almost 2h for us two newbies. Lost 0:3 forged key.

Fun day. Baaad performance 😖

Looking forward to try the new KeyForge base set with my son. Gonna be hard,let's see where/if I can dumb it down a little, but we both are really into the art and theme.

@robert have only glanced at this year's E3, know mostly about it from last year. What intrigues you? Just the theme? Anything innovative? (I personally missed news about space opera Beyond Good & Evil 2.)

In land I'm still missing one win to complete the "Legendary Hunt" challenges. Came in 2nd like four times over the weekend 🙄

Tonight I dreamed that BoardGameGeek finally fully switched to a new design. Funnily not the one they have on a couple of pages already, but a completely new one. I don't remember if I liked it or not, but I think as was glad that the old one was gone for good.
IRL I like the new one as-is, just wish it was snappier – and on 100% of the pages.

🚂 My First Ticket to Ride: had trouble (again) giving my son a win. He's playing good, and I don't even try hard, but it seems that efficient route building is something my adult mind just does automatically. At least we tied – which happens a lot in this game if you give each player the same amount of turns.

My local radio station's morning show had a big Good Bye today of their moderation duo of 26 years(!) – and, totally unrelated, I'm streaming 90s music on repeat. 😭

Fabian boosted

Still new to mastodon. Try to check my local feed a lot but it's a bit hit and miss. Anyone got some content creators to follow? Anything OSR would be brilliant, RPGs in general too.

@robert @Shunammite I find $currentTech in books often feels mundane and risks to become outdated very quickly. So either go retro/anachronistic for a nostalgic feel or go futuristic/sci-fi. If you're good your prediction is right and you're praised, or it will come over as retro-futuristic later.

@hyperjinx Wahlbenachrichtigung verlegen gehört doch traditionell dazu. Ich könnte nicht anders.

In we played Deus + Egypt expansion. Gaming pal asked for "better games next time, please", but I really enjoy Deus, although I came in last after a very rough beginning. Also: negative points at the end of Can't Stop Express — again. Loser, but I had fun.

@barning Man staring at log files. Wirklich fast nur debugging on the production server heute 😒

@kuleszdl @mike as others mentioned, with most static site generators you edit text/markdown files directly. The only one I can think of with a GUI is Lektor: getlektor.com/

in fact, last time somebody asks if I brought my fav game — and I did not. So: next time 🙌

Seems we have a “will only play Terraforming Mars“-player in our group now. I mean, it’s fine and he usually finds people to play with. It’s only a bit awkward that he sits at his half set up TM while everybody else is doing the usual 5 minute what-do-we-want-to-play-today standup.
(Maybe I’m just jealous because nobody is playing my fav game with me ;)

⚠️ highly subjective, from my POV as a lazy consumer ⚠️

Sign of a good/successful blog/podcast/youtube chan: a low meta-to-content ratio.
If you are talking about plans, schedules, experiments, past missteps, future promises etc. more often than delivering actual content, you are probably going to “fail” (whatever that means, right?)
Sure, feel free to start something, and don’t care if you might fail. (But don’t ask for Patreon support after your second 500 word blog post, please.)

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