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Re: Settlers Of Catan
What is the official 2-player version?

According to the 2015 rulebook:
(This is not the text found in the rulebook. Please give me feedback on whether it was understandable.)

During setup, before initial placement of players' settlements, place 1 settlement of each of the unused colors on the board, one below the middle of the top row, the other above the middle of the bottom row. These represent neutral colors. Each time a player builds a road or settlement, they also place that same thing for one of the neutral colors (if no settlement is possible for either one, build a road instead). Note that a neutral color can take the Longest Road card.

Roll the dice twice each turn. If the second result is the same as the first, reroll it until it isn't.

Each player starts with 5 tokens, and may not have more than 7 at once. (The next paragraph will explain their use.) If you place a settlement adjacent to the desert hex, gain 2 tokens. If you place a settlement adjacent to water (the edge of the board), gain 1 token. (If both circumstances apply, gain 3.) This includes initial placement. Additionally, you may discard a Knight that you have played to gain 2 chips (this affects the Largest Army card).

Once on each of your turns, you may pay 1 token if you are the player with fewer (visible) points,
or 2 tokens if you are the player with more (visible) points, to take either of the following actions:
A. Put the Robber back on the desert hex (this can be done before rolling the dice, of course).
B. Take 2 resource cards at random from your opponent's hand, and then give them 2 resources of your choice.
(If your opponent only had 1 resource card, you must still give them 2.)

October 17, 2018, 05:30:04 PM
Re: The funny/strange/interesting/random pictures thread Bob, could you step into the office for a minute?

("It was that Yushke again, boss, I swear!")

(Requires a bit of pop-culture knowledge:)

December 16, 2018, 03:20:18 AM
Re: Hyperloop
Wake me up when this happens.
What about when September ends?

What about inside?

November 20, 2019, 12:41:09 AM
Re: Dating Spots Master Thread Let's say it בשם אמרו:
Quote from: Fradl Adams (for The Family Room, part of The Lakewood Shopper)
If you're in this thread it means your dating, if your dating then you need to see this!

This should be placed in every yeshiva across the spectrum from most left to most right:

January 16, 2020, 12:10:28 AM
Re: Famous people who post on DDF
Dewey, Cheatem & Howe stayed put.
??? ???

Try reading it out loud.

January 21, 2020, 07:41:45 PM
Re: computer games Many modern board games have PC versions which might fit the bill.
I'd have to do a little research before making specific recommendations.

February 05, 2020, 09:45:07 PM
Re: computer games For the price of $0.00, I can heartily recommend Ticket to Ride and Carcassonne (both best-selling, award-winning
family-level modern board games). They're free to download on the Epic Games Store until February 13. (PC-only.)

February 09, 2020, 02:55:18 PM
Re: computer games
Quote from: Yserbius123
(from )

In no particular order, here are some “kosher” games that I play and allow my children to play.
They are all technically bad for the Jews as they lead to bitul Torah.

    Dwarf Fortress
    All the major Mario games, from Super Mario Bros. to Super Mario Odyssey
    Portal and Portal 2 (some kol isha at the end)
    Harvest Moon 64
    Super Hexagon
    Minecraft (offline of course)
    Space Chem
    Overcooked (especially fun with friends)
    Snake Pass
    Humongous Entertainment games, especially the Putt Putt, Freddie Fish, and Pajama Sam series
    Creeper World 3: Arc Eternal (or just about any tower defense game)
    Crayon Physics Deluxe
    Any game in the Civilization series
    Cities: Skylines
    Anno 1492 AKA Dawn of Discovery
    Ticket to Ride
    Thomas was Alone
    World of Goo
    A Mind Forever Voyaging

February 12, 2020, 02:42:01 AM
Re: Dating Spots Master Thread
Up and coming hot dating spot?  :P

February 24, 2020, 10:58:17 PM
Re: Jewish Music (New CDs, hock, and opinions)
You sure it's Miami?

If my mother says the song she's looking for is Miami, it's Miami. :)

I believe the song you are looking for is "Atoh", the 1st song in the Klal Yisrael album.
it's available on Google Play music if you have an account.

That's it. Thanks!

February 25, 2020, 09:37:13 PM