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Approaching the PBM Equation from a Different Angle
Davin is right.  Turns and game decisions can be a window in your thought process, a way to record and remember your most interesting moments, and a chance to craft a narrative.  You can share a snapshot of your brain at that moment, for fun reading long after the game is over.  The head-on conflict I had with Charles in that one space empire game (documented in an old thread, here) is among my favorite gaming memories.  I laughed out loud several times, while reading his posts and crafting my own responses.

And I love reading sessions (or "after action reports") over at board game geek.  Occasionally I'll write a running commentary in the shared comments area for a game I'm playing online (usually on  And reading the game reports of players of Civilizaton 4 (over at was an epiphany.  I dramatically improved my game by reading those.

My kids do their version of this when they watch youtubes of people playing computer games (like Fortnite).

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RE: Approaching the PBM Equation from a Different Angle - by ixnay - 08-12-2019, 02:25 PM

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