Liri wrote:So uh I kinda ducked out after one game, but I definitely enjoyed it and I'll probably pop back for another
There’s a game in signups now!
heuristically_alone wrote:I think the sign up queue for mods should be modified, not that it is really used anyways but possibly because how it doesn't really sync with what we're doing. Currently it is set up such that it shows the next game in queue for each size/type of game, but since we never have more than one game at once anymore, it can be difficult at a glance to see which game is really next. Therefore I propose that it becomes a single list of games in queue and next to your game you put the size/type it is. In all, probably not a huge deal since we don't use it all that much.
This is a change that’s needed to happen for a long time, I don’t think we’ve had enough players to run multiple games for about two years. I still like the idea of running an actual newbie/vanilla game every 3-4 months, concurrently with
and not instead of
the regular games. Something newbies or casual players can play and not get overwhelmed by the IC heavy posters.
jimbobmacdoodle wrote:I'll add WoT3 to the queue after you. I should have time to work on setup over the Easter period. Would anybody like to help me with it? I'm assuming Suzaku will. I suppose I should also check if people are happy to play another of my games.
I’ll comod if my work remains busy, but I would rather play if I can manage it. In retrospect, I think WoT2 was one of my best games, though at the time I thought it was one of my worst.
Zenii wrote:Is this common!? Before it started, I had a dream about the game as well. I was two days late posting and everyone was meta scum reading me for my lack of activity, but I didn't care cause I was a day vig and day vigged Madge.
Yes it's common, and it appears you are being absorbed into the collective
. And it extends into other areas of our lives too. When my dog bit my hand
during Secret Santa, Madge “accidentally” cut her hand
a few days later. Coincidence??? Hmmm.
Zenii wrote:Also, bessie, going back to the nightmare thing: I remembered that I do have this dream of going into a final exam and coming to the realization that I haven't attended class all semester. I still have this dream occasionally, despite not having been in school for years... In terms of like horror though, some part of my brain always seems to be aware that I'm dreaming, so my dreams tend to be more like a VR experience. So fear-inducing situations like being in the middle of a zombie apocalypse or trapped in Jurassic Park are really exciting and fun to dream about. Until my recent nightmare, that exam dream was the closest to disturbing that I've felt.
I still have school-nightmares, usually about missing or failing something important too, and odd because they combine elements of being a student and a teacher at the same time. Maybe because I was often treated like a student. I looked younger than some of the students. Or maybe because it was a RL nightmare and I’m actually reliving a memory. Ahhhh, I would love if my nightmares were about zombie dinosaurs
instead of like, work