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  2. Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

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  3. Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

    Submit to SerpenTimes!

    The first SerpenTimes deadline for this school year is October 15th! Remember that you can earn up to 50 points from articles/graphics/puzzles and up to 40 points from completing all three SerpenTimes Exclusives (Moments/Grab Bag/Superlatives). That’s a potential 90 points per issue! As always, check HERE to see what submissions have been approved. If you have an idea for a column, send in an application! Happy writing!
  4. Yesterday
  5. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

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    5244
  6. Prof. Cody Lewis

    Double Letters

    oubliette
  7. Prof. Cody Lewis

    Last Letter, First Letter

    new
  8. Prof. Cody Lewis

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    5243
  9. Last week
  10. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

    Last Letter, First Letter

    devastation
  11. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

    Word Association Game

    mountain
  12. Aurelia West

    Last Letter, First Letter

    skirted
  13. Aurelia West

    The Wizard/Witch Below Me..

    Nope! TWBM is excited for a new school year to begin?
  14. Aurelia West

    Word Association Game

    steep
  15. Aurelia West

    Guess the next poster

    Hi hi! I've returned to be a silly snake! Maybe Amy will come by next?
  16. Will Lestrange

    Puzzle Exchange - Logic Puzzle

    Viktor Krum has come to HOL! He has let five of HOL's Seekers (one of them was Marcie) test their skills against him in a race to the Snitch. Each of them tried a different tactic (one of them was the Sloth Grip Roll) to out-maneuver Krum to the Snitch, but they were all in vain. It took Krum a different number of minutes to beat each Seeker (one Seeker lost in 34 minutes). Match each Seeker to the order in which they challenged Krum (1st through 5th), the tactic they tried, and the number of minutes it took Krum to defeat them! 1. Will challenged Krum 1 game before the person who started with the Plumpton Pass. Will played 2 games before Scarlet. 2. Scarlet didn't begin with the Woollongong Shimmy. The person who played fifth didn't begin with the Woollongong Shimmy. 3. Will didn't lose after exactly 18 minutes. The five people were the person who played fifth, Shiloh, Faye, Scarlet, and the player who started with the Transylvanian Tackle. The person who played second was either Will or Faye. 4. The person who played fifth lost in 48 minutes. Scarlet didn't begin with the Wronski Feint. 5. The player who lost in 36 minutes played 2 games after Will. Of Will and the player who lost in 21 minutes, one started with the Transylvanian Tackle and the other played fourth. Send me the solution via Dungeons PM with the subject line: Seekers! SOLVED BY: Prof. Tarma Amelia Black Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis Arianna Stonewater Kendra Givens
  17. Bull J. Johnson

    Last Letter, First Letter

    moose tracks
  18. Bull J. Johnson

    Double Letters

    moose tracks (a type of ice cream)
  19. Bull J. Johnson

    Keep a word, drop a word!

    jet pack
  20. Bull J. Johnson

    The Wizard/Witch Below Me..

    Nope TWBM really name starts with the second half of the alphabet? *This means N to Z.
  21. Bull J. Johnson

    Word Association Game

    tea
  22. Prof. Amy Lupin

    Today I Played...

    I had the opportunity to play Azul recently, and it's easy to see why this game won the 2018 Spiel des Jahres (Game of the Year) award. I'd been wary of the game, because I'd often seen it compared to Sagrada, which is after Santorini, is my favourite abstract game. It took a while to get the hang of optimising one's moves to maximise scoring, but I really enjoyed it. Unlike Sagrada, Azul has more of a 'take that' mechanic, which I do tend to like when it doesn't form the basis of the game. I also had the chance to play Hanabi. It's probably my favourite cooperative game to date as everyone works together, rather than only one person calling the shots and others going along with it. It was tense, but a lot of fun. We managed to get a score of 18, which meant we had an "excellent" fireworks display. I've been curious about Hardback ever since I first heard about it (and its predecessor Paperback) as it's a word game combined with dec-building as well as push-your-luck elements. I tended to play rather cautiously, only drawing 1-3 extra cards on a turn whenever I had ink bottles to spend -- whereas someone else in our group would draw as many as 5 extra cards. In his case it really paid off as he won with roughly 30 points to spare. I really enjoyed it and I'm tempted to get a copy of it (in spite of already owning several deck-builders). I played the 2016 version of Citadels for the first time. Back when I first joined this boardgames group, we played the original game quite often, so it was interesting to see how the two versions compared. While the core mechanics were the same, the roles were quite different. Unfortunately, my role got eliminated in the first round (thanks to the Assassin) and all my gold stolen in the second (thanks to the Spy) so I had a hard time catching up to everyone else, but I really enjoyed it.
  23. Will Lestrange

    Guess the next poster

    No! Scarlet?
  24. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

    Guess the next poster

    No. Maybe now it might be Arianna?
  25. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

    Double Letters

    limmerick
  26. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

    Word Association Game

    herbal
  27. Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

    Double Letters

    filling
  28. Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis

    Word Association Game

    medicine
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