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Game Quick Games ep. III - Revenge of the Dice - Get A Line

Discussion in 'FanForce Community' started by Lexi, Aug 29, 2010.

  1. ThisIsMe1138

    ThisIsMe1138 Chosen One star 6

    Registered:
    Jun 26, 2018
    a lamp shade is bigger than a DVD

    every day it just becomes more and more clear that I... literally have no idea how this game works [face_laugh]
     
  2. WarmNyota_SweetAyesha

    WarmNyota_SweetAyesha Game Host star 7 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Aug 31, 2004
    [face_rofl] You're doing fine. [:D]
     
  3. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 8 - Blue Milk Round
    1. Nail File < Perfume Bottle < DVD < Lamp Shade
    @Darth Gangrenous please play a card
    @ThisIsMe1138 you seem to have the hang of it now

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 2

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
  4. Darth Gangrenous

    Darth Gangrenous Chosen One star 10

    Registered:
    Jun 1, 2005
    Nail File < Perfume Bottle < DVD < Lamp Shade < Solo Cup

    A Solo cup is bigger than the lamp shades in doll houses.
     
  5. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 8 - Blue Milk Round
    1. Nail File < Perfume Bottle < DVD < Lamp Shade < Solo Cup
    @Moll please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 2

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
  6. Moll

    Moll Jedi Grand Master star 4

    Registered:
    Jan 3, 2016
    An A4 sheet of sandpaper is bigger than a solo cup when the paper is held vertically

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    | |_____|

    My amazing diagram of what I mean ;) (I did have to google what a "solo cup" was as I have never heard of one before)

    Edit, aww, it removes the spacing so it looks a bit naff now :(
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2020
  7. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 8 - Blue Milk Round
    1. Nail File < Perfume Bottle < DVD < Lamp Shade < Solo Cup < Sandpaper
    @Lady Belligerent please play a card to win the round.

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 2

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
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  8. Lady Belligerent

    Lady Belligerent • WNU Adoptions Coordinator• star 8 VIP - Game Winner VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Jan 29, 2008
    A king sized blanket is totally larger than a sheet of sandpaper.
     
  9. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 8 - Blue Milk Round
    1. Nail File < Perfume Bottle < DVD < Lamp Shade < Solo Cup < Sandpaper < Blanket
    @Lady Belligerent has won the round and gains 1 point!

    Round 9
    1. Stockings
    2. Monitor
    3. Tomato < Rubber Duck
    @ThisIsMe1138 please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
  10. ThisIsMe1138

    ThisIsMe1138 Chosen One star 6

    Registered:
    Jun 26, 2018
    a teddy bear is larger than a typical rubber duck
     
  11. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 9 - Blue Milk Round

    Tomato < Rubber Duck < Teddy Bear

    @ThisIsMe1138 has started a Blue Milk Round!
    @Darth Gangrenous please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
  12. Darth Gangrenous

    Darth Gangrenous Chosen One star 10

    Registered:
    Jun 1, 2005
    Tomato < Rubber Duck < Teddy Bear < Toilet

    A standard size toilet is larger than the average Teddy bear.
     
  13. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 9 - Blue Milk Round

    Tomato < Rubber Duck < Teddy Bear < Toliet

    @Moll Please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
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  14. Moll

    Moll Jedi Grand Master star 4

    Registered:
    Jan 3, 2016
    A huge canvas is much larger than a doll house toilet
     
  15. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 9 - Blue Milk Round

    Tomato < Rubber Duck < Teddy Bear < Toliet < Canvas

    @Lady Belligerent please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
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  16. Lady Belligerent

    Lady Belligerent • WNU Adoptions Coordinator• star 8 VIP - Game Winner VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Jan 29, 2008

    Tomato < Rubber Duck < Teddy Bear < Toliet < Canvas < window

    a canvas you paint on can easily be smaller than large picture windows.
     
  17. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 9 - Blue Milk Round

    Tomato < Rubber Duck < Teddy Bear < Toliet < Canvas < Windows

    @WarmNyota_SweetAyesha Please play a card to win the round!

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 1
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
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  18. WarmNyota_SweetAyesha

    WarmNyota_SweetAyesha Game Host star 7 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Aug 31, 2004
    A potted plant is bigger than a small window/aperture in a camera
     
  19. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 9 - Blue Milk Round

    Tomato < Rubber Duck < Teddy Bear < Toliet < Canvas < Windows < Potted Plant

    @WarmNyota_SweetAyesha has won this round and gains 1 point!

    Round 10 - Final Round
    1. Stockings
    2. Monitor
    3. Packing Peanuts
    @Darth Gangrenous please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 2
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
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  20. Darth Gangrenous

    Darth Gangrenous Chosen One star 10

    Registered:
    Jun 1, 2005
    1. Stockings
    2. Monitor
    3. Packing Peanuts < Bracelet
    Bracelets are generally bigger than packing peanuts.
     
  21. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 10 - Final Round
    1. Stockings
    2. Monitor
    3. Packing Peanuts < Bracelet
    @Moll please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 2
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
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  22. Moll

    Moll Jedi Grand Master star 4

    Registered:
    Jan 3, 2016
    A boom box is bigger than a bracelet
     
  23. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 10 - Final Blue Milk Round

    Packing Peanuts < Bracelet < Boom Box

    @Moll has started the final Blue Milk Round!
    @Lady Belligerent please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 2
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.
     
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  24. Lady Belligerent

    Lady Belligerent • WNU Adoptions Coordinator• star 8 VIP - Game Winner VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Jan 29, 2008
    Packing Peanuts < Bracelet < Boom Box< Checkbook

    My checkbook is a binder and much larger than Barbie’s plastic boombox in her Dream House.
     
  25. CalaelAzasar

    CalaelAzasar Host of Quick-Games star 5 VIP - Game Host

    Registered:
    Mar 11, 2003
    Round 10 - Final Blue Milk Round

    Packing Peanuts < Bracelet < Boom Box < Checkbook

    @WarmNyota_SweetAyesha please play a card

    Points:
    WarmNyota: 2
    Viva: 2
    DG: 1
    Moll: 1
    Lady B: 3

    In The Blue Milk

    Your host will PM all players five cards to start with and list 3 cards in the thread. On your turn you will play one card in the thread and a new card will be PM'd to you to replace it, this will keep your hand at 5 cards. You must play a card with a noun that is larger or smaller than the one listed. You also need to explain why it fits. If the host doesn't accept your explanation as a valid one, you lose your turn. The card you've played will be taken out of the game and you'll receive another card.

    You may only play a card over the largest or under the smallest card in each row. You cannot play it between two cards.

    If you can't play a card or choose to pass, you may exchange up to three cards and skip a turn. You would PM the host with the cards you want to exchange on that turn and she will PM you back with replacements.

    You can only play a card or exchange card(s) when it's your turn.

    If you miss three rounds all in all during the game, you will be eliminated from the game.

    Winning:
    If you play the third card to any row, you start a Blue Milk Round, in which all players try to win that row of cards. Starting with the next player in line, each gets a chance to play a card that is larger than the last card in that row. If you don't have a card to play, you pass without exchanging or adding cards to other rows, and play continues with the next player in the lineup. The round is over when all the players who are able to play a card have played, the person who started the Blue Milk Round will have already played their card and will not get to play a second card in the round. Whoever played the largest card wins in the round. That player wins that row and a new row is started by the host from the next card in the deck. There will always be 3 rows in play. The game resumes with the next player after the one that started the Blue Milk Round.

    During a Blue Milk Round (BMR), you can only play cards that are larger than the largest card in that row. Once someone starts a BMR, all play is focused on the row in contention. No cards may be played in other rows. All players, including the person who started the BMR, may not replenish their hands until the round is over.

    Each card played in a BMR is worth 1 point, the largest card, and therefore the winning card of the round is worth 2 points.

    Tips:
    *The card you play only has to relate to the card it directly touches not the entire row.
    *You may add a modifier such as "a", "an", "the", or "my" when playing your card. However, you may not embellish your card with other nouns to make it fit.

    The winner will receive 24 hours of colors.