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Damn it Shaz, responding on yahoo groups is some sort of dystopian nightmare I want no part in. What's wrong with good old fashioned emails?

I'll say the same thing I said last year, we're playing into their hands if we pick popular games, they've got experts in all of them. Cat is right, they would've beaten us if we'd played their best players. I think she might try to prove the point this year and I think it'd be hilareous if they lost using their best players :D

Therefore I recommend we scrap the games list and find games that our society members have some particular advantage in. The following comes to mind:

A number of us are playing a fallout RPG. (And a couple of us know the game inside out) Add fallout tactics to the list!

I'm fairly sure I'm the only person in the world who doesn't think Chaos League sucks, I'll play that.

They've got more gamers, but we've got more rules lawyers, something with a painfull character creation process that can be abused...I recommend freedom force with the X cubed mod (Adds a million and one new options)

Anything else come to mind peeps?
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