Rev. Sylvanus wrote:Grad school does a number on discretionary funds.
subyrally wrote:not only does it destroy your spending $$, it steals your social life and free time.
razgriz 25th inf. wrote:I want to hope its a weekend, I need to get out of stafford for longer than a day. Besides, not very many people would be very happy about making the drive to philly for only one day of brikwaring. I wouldn't.
razgriz 25th inf. wrote:No Problem on this end, me and olly have been talking on steam(till I got mah shit taken away because I have a fucking C in world history. *sigh*, my parent HAVE to have SOME asain decent). Yeah, its doable. Speaking of olly, I'm beginning chapter 2 of darker shades of gray, so watch out for an update, as soon as I get my laptop back. Its gonna be interesting guys. Teehee.
Pennies of Inevitable Betrayal are taken when two or more players enter an alliance voluntarily, and they add an additional Penny at the end of each ally's turn on which he fails to betray the others. The first player to betray the alliance gets one turn to use the whole pile of Pennies against any or all of the others. At the end of that turn, the advantage of surprise wears off, and the betrayer may no longer use any Pennies that may be left over. If any allies remain in the alliance, they continue adding Pennies to the pile as usual; otherwise, the unused Pennies disappear
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