|How are you even comfortable?|
|Hello, we are Chaos, here to visit your town!|
Chaos in the Oldworld! Typical Fantasy Flight aesthetic with lots of pieces, detailed miniatures, a huge board, cut-throat competition, and a ton of detailed game-play. Tie in the fact that this game is set in Warhammer Fantasy's universe and you have a recipe for fun...if you are into being a god of Chaos who's sole purpose in life is corrupting the world and remaking it in your image instead of letting one of the other gods have it. Sadly I do not get to play this game often because it is a dense game with a lot of set-up, it is pretty violent and grim dark, it takes about two hours to play, and it is absolutely a four player game. True you can play with three, Ben and I played it together with our third 'person' being a completely randomized AI, but it made the game a bit unbalanced.
Lastly in today's rambling is a bit of craftiness. I have gotten back into folding origami after my break due to strained tendons in my wrists and then redoing my tea/craft area (which still needs a cool name) I started off with a skeletal dodecahedron, one of my favorite designs, and I am currently working on a striped sonobe stellated icosahedron. Funny thing is, I pocketed some paper to fold while at Tabletop, in case there was a lull in the gaming and I got bored. Well Chaos in the Old World can have some pretty big gaps between turns, especially if someone spends a long time thinking of their next move (I am looking at you Ben, who totally has to get timed sometimes) so I started folding between turns. By the end of the game I had a little sonobe stellated icosahedron and tossed it to one of my friends. My various friends were amazed that I would just give something like that away, I told them that I make so much origami that I more or less have to or I end up running out of room for it all! Then one of my other friends came up with a genius idea, I should fold things during a game and then at the end give whoever won the thing I folded...absolute brilliance, so this is totally going to be my thing now.
|From my mom's calender last year|