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Old turn format
#1
Wink 
Ok, so I am an old guy I guess, but I really, really like the "classic" version of the turn results. Not only are they smaller in size, but you can electronically make notes on them unlike PDF files, and no I don't want to purchase Adobe writer or a 3rd party program. A simple old text file is all that they were.
I luckily kept a lot of old games from 2003 - 2007 so I was going over them in the hopes they would help me prep for new games I am just getting into now. I will attach an old game result of mine so that anyone who did not get to see the old style or forgot can review it.
BTW, game 460 was the first 1st cycle of steel in 10 years, and the last 1st cycle of steel ever run in Alamaze. Certain disturbers of the peace that troll these boards played in that game (I am looking at you Kevin and Adam) Wink


Lord Brogan


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Lord Brogan

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#2
If by "disturb" you mean we enhance, glorify, dignify, and generally add value with our presence, I completely Agree.
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#3
Was I playing the Halfling? I must have been playing the Halfling.
-The Deliverer
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#4
(08-23-2013, 09:24 AM)kevindusi Wrote: Was I playing the Halfling? I must have been playing the Halfling.

Look at the attachment, all of the players are listed.
Lord Brogan

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#5
Wow, a lot of names on there that I had forgotten about...

Tragically, it appears I made an error that game by working with both Rick Reed and Adam. Never again!

Thanks, Andy! That's good stuff!
-The Deliverer
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#6
Hmmmm..... I dont even remember playing the WA kingdom ever. I must have performed amazing in that game.
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#7
Man... I totally recognize some of those names, and I only played in the 80's and 90's!
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