In my efforts to graduate from the Academy, I submit the following list of pyramidal credits:
World War 5
In my defence for the list being so short, I would remind the Academy Board that I spend considerable time on secondment to the Time Repair Agency and researching uncertainty with the Fluxx Group.
I apologise for the late report; non-gaming life got in the way.
To cover the negatives first (because then everything else is good), I had difficulties with people who either didn't approve of the 14+ regulation for the pyramids, or who assumed that it didn't apply to their children (in the first case, the fact that I had a sign obviously downloaded from the website helped, and they got over their 'health and safety gone mad' grump after a short while. In the second case, the…Continue
Posted on May 2, 2013 at 11:40am
This was my first convention post-EU safety changes for the pyramids, so wouldn't it just be the convention at which every other person wanted to play a Pyramid game!
The organisers kindly let me have two tables, which meant that games didn't have to keep being scrabbled up and piled at the end whenever a demo took place, and also having a display entices wandering gamers over for a look. I ended up with 'Everything Fluxx' on one table, along with the promo cards stashed at one end,…Continue
Posted on December 18, 2012 at 9:12pm
A regular host for Rabbits/Techs, this convention continued to be small yet busy. On the good side, attendees were friendly, listened when rules were explained and asked before borrowing games to look through. On the down side, they wanted that Horror In Clay promo and weren't taking 'No' for an answer.
I gave the Horror In Clay card out on 4 occasions; as a prize in the two tournaments I ran on each day of the weekend (Friday was left free for unstructured demos). I feel somewhat…Continue
Posted on October 14, 2012 at 9:20pm — 1 Comment
This was a drop-in event held at the FLGS on Saturday 25th August.
Unfortunately, it was also held on a weekend of non-stop torrential downpours and thunderstorms. This meant that a lot of people who would otherwise have spent the weekend utilising the store as a gamers' community centre stayed home.
On the positive side, this meant that people who were either down to work in the store or attend the Heroclix tournament at the other end of the gaming area had plenty of spare…Continue
Posted on August 30, 2012 at 7:38am