I went into the semi-local (I do have one store closer) game/comic store, in our mall. I was looking for a copy of the card game Rage, since I’d just played it and it was a fun (and quick) game for a group – especially a group that doesn’t have the patience for me to set up Seafarers of Catan.
When I went in I made a beeline to Rage, which happened to be right near the front of the store. That was entirely too boring, to find what I was after in the first ten seconds, so I did a thorough wandering of the store for probably a half hour. Sadly I didn’t find anything else to buy.
But at one point the proprietor said “Can I help you?” So I asked if he had any green-stuff, and he pointed it out. (I didn’t buy any, but once I use mine up now I will know where to get some!)
He asked me, “Please, tell me that is for you.”
I cleverly replied “What?”
He said, “Please, tell me you’re the sculptor. We need more gaming girls!”
I, fortunately, was the one that was going to be sculpting – but I find it funny that in a world where a woman ran for president of the United States it’s still shocking when one walks into a game store on purpose.
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Rage as in the Werewolf card game? ‘Cause I’ve got some of those ’round here somewhere…
Well it looks like this – it isn’t branded Werewolf anywhere, but maybe it was in a previous edition: http://www.ccgarmory.com/ragecardgame.html Speaking of which if you ever find a copy of Earthquake…
I get a little weirded out by OMGAWSH GAMIN GIRLS guys. -___-