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We played mansions of madness with Michael. Apparently he hardly ever loses . We soon fixed that stat for him with a difficult 5 star scenario. A nasty dark room and no light put paid to our plans . We protected the npcs well but at the cost of the team .

Next week we tried fury of Dracula again . This time it was Alex turn. With use of wolf form and sea routes he was able to escape the closing net twice . Darryl nearly closed I only to have an unexpected event be drawn and push him back . So victorious Alex .

Posted February 1, 2020 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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