Thanks for the encouragement! I think the jury is still out on that... Dont get me wrong, she's great, but I find myself missing my free time and time with buddies. I will be happier when she gets older and I can begin teaching her things... Like the intricacies of defensive first fire... :nuts:First, Sean, the important stuff: congrats on becoming a Father. You may just find it's the best thing that can happen to you. . .
good to see young blood getting into the hobby. May you always roll low (cept against me..... then roll as high as you like :clown: )Hey Everyone,
New ASLer here. I've only recently taken an interest in boardgames (past 3 years or so) having previously mostly played video games for my gaming entertainment. Last summer I purchased the ASL SK#2 after reading much about ASL and wanting to try it out. I liked what I saw and played, so earlier this year I bought the full ASL Rulebook, but i've yet to get Beyond Valor. I have managed to get in a few ASL games this year with the full rules with a friend who is also new to ASL and owns the rulebook and Beyond Valor.
I suppose i'm a younger ASLer at 23 years old. I'm from Warrensburg, Missouri and i've just graduated from the University of Central Missouri with a degree in Secondary Education in the Social Studies (history teacher whoo!)
Ha, I said I was a younger ASL player - not the Youngest :laugh:good to see young blood getting into the hobby. May you always roll low (cept against me..... then roll as high as you like :clown: )
As for being the youngest, I get to carry that mantle pal. I'm 17 years old (turned 17 this year). That puts me in the glorious possesion of youngest ASL player on the forums (woot me!). I'm also basking in the glory of a 1 CG and about 5 scenerio winning streak. I haven't lost a game in months and I'm starting to forget how it feels to actually be out played
- The Canadian Dude
Hey and welcome! As another n00b (to the forum anyway) I can assure you that you cant find a better or more friendly group of people to learn ASL from and argue with!Hey Everyone,
New ASLer here. I've only recently taken an interest in boardgames ... <snip>