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Battle Cry

The first game I played was Battle Cry, run by Clay Cooper. (Chris helped me with this.) It is a very easy game to play, and good for beginners. As I am a bit confused about how to use measuring tapes for movement, Battle Cry was easier for me, as you only need to move your troops within the grid. This was my first game I played... and I won!

Atlantic Storm

Atlantic Storm was the second game I played. It is a card game about WWII. We played it late at night, because Walt Burgoyne said: "This is traditional. We need to play this." The night could not end without playing this. And you know what it made it more fun? The beer.


The next game I played is my new favorite game – PathFinder. This game is so much fun. You need to have a huge imagination. It is like an online game that you play with your allies. It's like where online games originated from. Instead of talking to your allies online, you talk to them in person, about what you are going to do, or who will we attack first. You choose your hero (mine was a Level 1 Sorcerer), and you need to play it often to upgrade your level, so that your hero's statistics will become stronger.