So your view is that even the people who claim to value multiplayer don't back that up with their behavior, right? That makes sense to me, and it's pretty much what I've heard from several devs, but here are two reasons to suspect that people available to play online may not be the ideal gauge. First, I suspect what a lot of people who want online multiplayer want to do is play with friends--these people aren't going to show up as seeking a game. Indeed, I imagine that those who've played against random opponents sometimes friend those opponents who suit them and then play against them preferentially or exclusively, so even if the number of online games were constant, you'd expect the number of available online players to decrease over time. Second, it might be the case that people play online rarely but value that experience highly.Rinelk it was more to do with the way I read your review it would appear that the whole reason it gets 4 stars is because of no online play. I constantly see here and on BGG the same voices complaining about multi player but then see not many people available to play a lot of games multiplayer, especially after the initial rush is over.
To be more precise it was inspired by the legend of Tannhauser as transposed into music by the great composer R. Wagner. The whole castle was actually built as a homage to the composer. Wikipedia has a very nice page about the castlePlayboy Mansion-style grotto.
This is all the commentary I'm ever going to need about my cultural competence.To be more precise it was inspired by the legend of Tannhauser as transposed into music by the great composer R. Wagner. The whole castle was actually built as a homage to the composer.Playboy Mansion-style grotto.
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