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But no seriously I had an amazing time.
I spent 72 hours straight at a Renaissance Festival and now I'm ready to be taken away in a cart full of the dead, as is tradition.
I just wanna sleep for daaaaays.
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This is a silly game of mostly-chance that I can play standing in line with people! And that changes everything!
Waiting for something actually interesting to happen is the perfect time to play a silly little card game, and now I can actually conveniently do that. And the game *is*, as I said, distractingly fun enough that you don't care too much that it was only maybe 39% skill. Also, the playercount is 2-11, so that's neat.
I recommend it, for anyone who waits in lines.
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All of these points are great - I especially like how the MacGuffin is extremely desirable, but not perfect or unbeatable. Anyone can still steal it or destroy it, so to pull off playing it, you have to be careful.
But the part that made me pick it up is the last one. I think a big reason I don't often play the random "take that!" subgenre of card games is that they always feel like a waste to play. All that setup and sitting everyone down, for a silly game of chance.
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- The last person to have cards left wins.
- All strategy is therefore about figuring out ways to not play cards if at all possible, or steal cards. The card abilities back this up.
- Some cards literally only exist to stave off death and include junk actions like "Play this card and wave at everyone", which is fun.
- The MacGuffin card lets you play it over and over again for infinite free avoidance of death, but it can still be countered.
- You don't need a table to play.
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Get the MacGuffin is a surprisingly very solid game.
It's one of those "everyone gets given random cards, play them in the best order at the right times" games, like Munchkin, Fluxx, or Exploding Kittens. They're a subgenre with level little actual skill involved, so the game has to be extra fun to distract you from caring. You've got to spice it up so much that victory is rewarding even when obtaining it feels arbitrary.
GTM manages this via some great gimmicks.
Oh hey, I'm not sick anymore, complaining actually worked.
I'm pretty sure I'm not allowed to get sick when I already can't handle life right now. That's cheating.
Got to work an hour early.
It is not fun here. Even when not working, being here feels like work. It sucks.
I DON'T NEED THERAPY I JUST NEED TO GET MAD ONLINE
Just played PUBG for the first time. It's literally just one of those lame Korean mobile games where you throw everyone in a map and they find stuff and poorly strafe around shooting in each other's general directions til everyone's coincidentally dead.
How did this become popular?
Hey is there an SCP Foundation Masto thing anywhere? :o
A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo
"A children's picture book about a Very Special boy bunny who falls in love with another boy bunny. With its message of tolerance and advocacy, this charming children's book explores issues of same sex marriage and democracy. Sweet, funny, and beautifully illustrated, this book is dedicated to every bunny who has ever felt different."
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i love that "possums being relatable" is a big thing rn
Ghost cat into board/card games, roguelikes, and skilltoys. Not even furry enough to be furry trash, just trash tbh.
This instance is focused around the furry community, and is open to anyone interested in it. It was created by @Tiwy57 originally for a small group of furry friends, but thought it might as well be open to all fluffies and scalies !