The presenter at one session gave interesting discussion about how cards in Magic-like games need to have their power in play be near their cost to acquire. Some variability is desired, but too much can destroy the game.

He then compared this with the fall of the Roman Republic. It was a very interesting metaphor.

The Magic-like game graph of cost versus power is a great example of linear fit, but both the students and me would have to learn more about it first.

Also, Racer 5 IPA is a little too mellow of an IPA. Again, it is smooth and I would get it again, but I prefer IPA’s to somehow be interesting.

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