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RE: New Game - January 2012
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Lovely to have a new player join in, welcome Sleepless Demelza and hope you enjoy the game.

1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan 5. Mistress Trelask 6. Lucy Pipe, 7. Sid Rouse 8. Geoffrey Charles Poldark. 9. Francis Poldark. 10.Margaret Cartland  11. Betsey Pydar.



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Of course! Welcome Sleepless Demelza, an intriguing name!

1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan 5. Mistress Trelask 6. Lucy Pipe, 7. Sid Rouse 8. Geoffrey Charles Poldark. 9. Francis Poldark. 10.Margaret Cartland



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I hope it's ok if a newcomer joins in! 1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan 5. Mistress Trelask 6. Lucy Pipe, 7. Sid Rouse 8. Geoffrey Charles Poldark. 9. Francis Poldark.

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1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan 5. Mistress Trelask 6. Lucy Pipe, 7. Sid Rouse 8. Geoffrey Charles Poldark





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1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan 5. Mistress Trelask 6. Lucy Pipe, 7. Sid Rouse



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1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan 5. Mistress Trelask 6. Lucy Pipe



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1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan 5. Mistress Trelask



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1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan 4. Elizabeth Warleggan

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1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark 3. George Warleggan





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1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark, 2. Agatha Mary Poldark



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OK guys, lets kick off ..........

 

1. Matilda Ellen Peter Poldark



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Yep!



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Sounds good!
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Date: Jan 14 8:49 PM, 2012
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I would like to join in but start without me as im working nights sund and monday night so may be unable to look til tuesday!



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Hello All,

 

Count me in Namps - although I am not so good on turn-taking, so this idea will suit well.

I was just looking at the first edition Jeremy Poldark and the cover note mentions Cornwall 150 years ago!!  Seems incredible that another 60 years have slipped by since then.  Will they still be around in another 60?  I wonder...

Jane Gimlett



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Hi Bron and Teni

So shall we say that we play an informal game as far as turn taking then and just stick a little more closely to the rules as far as making it a little bit harder.  As I understand it Bron, the characters have to be mentioned in the same paragraph, scene, room, place or situation in the book, to be able to link them together.  This means having a great memory for the storyline or lots of referring to particular books which makes the game a bit more interesting I think.

OK then, I'd be up for starting the game off on Monday as I've got guests this weekend and its going to be a busy one, is this OK with everyone else?

Karen smile 



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Date: Jan 14 4:53 AM, 2012
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I'd like to play, but I'm not reliable re taking my turn!!!! Life's a bit crazy just now... I presume Bron, you mean the characters not the players must be in the same room- of course you do... silly me... sleep required!

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I'd like to play a new game - but I'd like to make it harder...but not sure how to do that though - maybe stick to the rule about people having to have been in the same room as each other?
Bron

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Date: Jan 12 9:51 PM, 2012
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Who wants to play a new game?  How do you want to go about this  .. shall we agree an order of turns and time limit between go's sticking more closely to the rules or shall we carry on informally?  

I'm happy either way ... maybe add your name if you want to play?

I'll put mine down and see who else adds theirs.

Namparagirl



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