Our next meeting will be on Tuesday 22nd September, at the Horse and Jockey pub in Stanford-in-the-Vale. As usual, we will be playing shorter games from 7.30pm as people arrive, until 8pm when we will start something a little longer.
This week the “Feature Game” will be Notre Dame, which is a slightly older Euro-game, where players juggle the two main resources, influence and money, in an effort to translate them into victory points. While working to score points players have to carefully manage the threat posed by the rat population and avoid the potentially crippling plague.
|– Image used with permission of BGG reviewer EndersGame|
And speaking of the plague…
Jeff had been ill for a couple of days, so, convinced he was dying he went to the doctor. The doctor ran a whole battery of tests and then him down and said, “I’m afraid you have bubonic plague.”
Jeff was shocked, but after a moment or two, he hopefully asked, “Doctor, can you do something?”
The doctor answered, “Well, you’ll have to stay in the hospital… and we’ll put you on a special diet of flounder, pizza, and pancakes.”
Jeff thought that didn’t sound so awful, but he was curious, “How is that diet going to cure me?”
The doctor replied, “Well, it isn’t, but those are the only foods we can slide under the door!”