- How long have you been in the hobby? How long have you been collecting?
I have been in the hobby for about 4 years now, I did not start collecting though until about 2.5 years ago!
- How would you describe your board game preferences?
I personally love heavy-Euro's (see #Gaia Project and #Brass: Birmingham) but I am also expanding into some fantasy and exploration games now that I have learned my wife loves those types of games (see #Aeon's End: Legacy and interest in Gloomhaven and Too Many Bones in the future)
- What are the favorites in your collection? Why?
This is tough, I typically am fairly calculated with my purchases so I really enjoy all of my games. #Aeon's End: Legacy has been getting a lot of table time lately so that is up there and #Gaia Project is really a game that I love every single time no matter what.
- What is your least favorite (or least played) game in your collection? Why?
#Castellion has really lost my favor. I used to play it quite a bit, it is a quick solo experience, but it has been so random for me the last couple of play throughs and it has frustrated me so much that I have resorted to looking at selling/trading it here soon.
- What do you like about your collection? Is there anything you'd change?
I like that I have a mix of games for all different types of people. If we have some friends over we can play #The Quacks of Quedlinburg or #Welcome to..., but if I invited some friends over for games I can bust out the big guns, if I invite those same friends over but want to be more relaxed but competitive, we can bring out #The Estates or even #Bus. I like that I have flexibility.
I think I would change some of the games I started my collection with, games like #Ticket To Ride (not pictured) and #Sushi Go Party! are games that are classics but they have been outshined by other games that I much prefer! It is all a learning process though.
- Which game would you absolutely LOVE to add to your collection and why?
This is tough. I will give categories though.
For non-gamer friends: #Wavelength definitely, you can learn about the people you play with and it seems to produce lots of laughs!