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I'm too sick to make it out. Please make my spot in Coimbra available.

Marketplace / Re: Games for Sale (some proceeds to PWYF)
« on: October 05, 2019, 03:05:19 PM »
I'd take:

Dead of Winter — $25
Steampunk Rally — $20

If Flick 'Em Up ($30) is the wood version I would also take it

Next PGX has been confirmed for:

Sunday, January 19th, 2020. Times will be announced soon.

Mark it on your calendars!

15 players duked it out in this cutthroat tournament. Only Davey M., survived. For his greatness, he received a PGX prize mug.

A big congratulations to Miles D. for finally winning a PGX tournament! 16 people played, a PGX mug was given to 1st place!

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A big thanks to everyone who attended our 17th PGX and those who chipped in to make PGX a success!

Special thanks to the following volunteers: Tamara, Davey, John W, Derek T, Darrin, Jesse, Lori, Jason V, Rosemarie, Chelsea, Murray, Jill, Lareina, & Brent. And everyone who helped with teardown!

A big thank you to Al Ritchie Association for running the canteen!

PGX wouldn't have been possible without the hard work of the PGX planning committee and SaskGames executive: Brad, Chad, & Mike. Thanks guys!

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Thanks to the following people won the door prizes:

Early Bird Draw for Lanterns Dice: Jesse Courtney (Jescor)

Attendance / Volunteer Draw for Fireball Island: Chelsea Low (chelsealow)

All prizes will be available for pick up at the South Albert ComicReaders location! Congratulations!

Note: Prizes must be picked up by October 6th. We'll be donating them if not collected.

Prairie Game Expo Recap


BOARD GAMES PLAYED: Gandhi: The Decolonization of British India, 1917–1947, Blue Lagoon, Dixit, Gans Schon Clever, Reef, Batman: Gotham Chronicles, Can't Stop, Azul: Stain Glass of Sintra, Sagrada, Hive, Kingdomino, Animal Upon Animal, Clank!, Ticket to Ride, tummple!, Azul, Hamsterolle, Villa Paletti, Tsuro, Photosynthesis, Just One, King of Tokyo, Grand Austria Hotel, Rhino Hero, NMBR 9, Linja, Enchanted Tower, Ice Cool, Carcassonne, Codenames, Quacks of Quedlinburg, Battle Sheep, Wingspan, Welcome to the Dungeon, Tapestry, Tao Long, Tiny Epic Galaxies, Gloomhaven, Ricochet Robots, Dominion, Ticket to Ride, Fantasy Realms, Vast, Nyctophobia, Black Orchestra, Sheriff of Nottingham, Pyramid Poker, Elk Fest, Lovecraft Letter, Raccoon Tycoon, Fox in the Forrest, Unfair, Pandemic: Rapid Response, Innovation, Quantum, The Great Zimbabwe & more! (Please let us know what you played that I missed recording!)

RPGS PLAYED: Pathfinder

MINIATURE GAMES PLAYED: Warmachine, Warhammer 40K, Star Wars: Legion, Tripods & Triplanes, Guildball & X-Wing 2.0

CCGS PLAYED: Keyforge, Final Fantasy, Trasformers TCG, & Yu Gi Oh!

LOCALLY DESIGNED GAMES PLAYED: Divided Loyalties, The New World Order, Pot O' Gold, Kai's Pocket Sumo, Basic Dungeoneering, Honour and Steel, Garden Variety Flower Frenzy!, & Crimewave

(1) 185 attendees!!!
(2) Big thanks to anyone who taught games at Prairie Game Expo-- whether you were an official Prairie Game Expo Ambassador or an attendee kind enough to invite people to your table.
(3) It was good to see such a dynamic group of game designers out.
(4) Special thanks to SaskGames, Al Ritchie Community Centre, & Core Ritchie Community Centre.

Also, if you have any thoughts or feedback about these events, send an email to

Just a fyi there will be no pathfinder first ed due to gm cannot make it

We are trying to verify.

We are looking for a volunteer to run a Learn to Play session between 2-4pm. If that's you, please let us know. We were initially looking for Tiny Towns but we'll open it up to any suitable game.

Thanks for helping out everyone! We do appreciate it immensely.

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To help encourage sign up and attendance, we will be giving away free games: Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar  :excited

Rules are easy:
1) You must post on this thread to sign up for a game, run a game, or just let us know you're attending.
2) You must attend the event and sign our log book with your SaskGames I.D.

Bonus entry to draw:
1) Schedule a game on the forum with open spots for sign-up.
2) All Volunteers will get a bonus entry (Table registration, Learn to Play, and event set up). We appreciate all the help!

We will randomly determine all winners after the event and let the winner know they've won. We will announce all winners in this forum.


We will also be giving away Lanterns Dice: Lights in the Sky.

We will be giving away Lanterns Dice: Lights in the Sky at 12:00pm. To win you must be signed into the log book, and have made a post of this thread saying you're coming out, running a game, or signing up for an event! You must write your SaskGames I.D. in the logbook to qualify.

I can help with the registration table from 12-1!

Kristy still want registration 12-1? Chelsea also volunteered...

I'll play Bargain Quest. Please add Jim & Lori.


Battle Sheep Tournament

WHEN: Saturday September 21, 2019
WHERE: Prairie Game eXpo
DURATION: 90-120 minutes

There are 2 rounds to the tournament. They consist of:
- 1 Preliminary Round (4 tables of 4 people)
- 1 Championship Round (1 table of 4 people)

Tournament Format

We are still working on the format of this tournament.

PRIZES: Tournament winner receives a PGX prize mug

Time limit: No round will go longer than 60 minutes. Final determination will be based on number of victory points total among games played in a round.

If we do not make our 16 player roster we will make amendments on the fly.

In Battle Sheep (first released as Splits), players start the game by constructing the board from identical four-hex tiles, then each player places his/her tall stack of discs on one of the border hexes. Players take turns removing some number of discs from the top of one of their stacks, moving that new stack of discs as far away as it can go in a straight line. Players must leave at least one disc behind when moving, so the board gradually fills up and movement opportunities become more and more scarce. The player occupying the most spaces at the end of the game wins!



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