Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham

Future plans - Social!

Following up on my previous post about going to Shakespeare at Winedale, I've picked this coming Saturday the 26th to attend Antony & Cleopatra (2pm) and The Merchant of Venice (7:30pm). Anybody who wants to come along is welcome, and I'm sure we can arrange carpooling, etc since it is a fair ways to Round Top. It is a good idea to get tickets in advance, I'm going to do that tomorrow. Sam, you can spare a day :)

Also, I'd like to get a game night going of my own, since everyone else seems to be doing it and having fun, etc. Of course, I'm all about board and card games, so it would be that, not RPG. This needn't be a weekly thing, every two weeks or month makes sense to me. Does anybody think Wednesday would work for them? I'm thinking of this as a more local Austin thing, not expecting people to come in from out of town. I'll list the games I have:

Traditional Multiplayer Board Games:
Star Wars Monopoly
Lord of the Rings Trivial Pursuit

Fun card games:
Space Munchkin
Munchkin Bites
The Great Dalmuti

Cheapass Games:
Unexploded Cow
One False Step for Mankind

Strategic Multiplayer Board games:
Samauri Swords
Risk/Castle Risk
Survival of the Witless
Axis & Allies (may not be complete)

2 Player Avalon Hill (style) Games:
The War at Sea
Squad Leader
Crescent of Doom (SL Expansion)
Cross of Iron (SL Expansion)
Bull Run
The Arab-Israeli Wars
Little Round Top
Battle Cry
Tactics II
Gettysburg (color)

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