VSet#1 Official Release- The Road Goes Ever On- DownloadFile

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VSet#1 Official Release- The Road Goes Ever On- DownloadFile

Post by Frodo » Sat Jun 27, 2009 11:09 pm

The official release of Virtual Set #1 is here. Play testing is finished (thank goodness).

Please note that Fair-travels in Free Domains has been removed from the old playtesting version of this set, and is no longer considered legal for any Virtual Cards tournament.

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--Frodo, the Virtual Design Team, and the Council of Elrond
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Post by Nerdmeetsyou » Sun Jun 28, 2009 3:16 pm

Zeit, das wir uns die Hände schütteln und eine Pfeife anstecken.
So wie man gediegen zeigt, eine Arbeit gut erledigt zu haben...
ohne große Worte, nur mit der Gewissheit etwas gutes geschaffen zu haben!

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Post by Thorsten the Traveller » Sun Jun 28, 2009 10:23 pm

Waky waky Boder, you're not on a German forum... :?

Looking good Frodo!
No need to answer this here, but I do wonder, where do we stand now concerning the printing of full cards? Just thinking about the promotion of this set...

btw. Boder basically applaudes our work and wants us to toast to it :wink:
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Post by Nerdmeetsyou » Mon Jun 29, 2009 8:51 am

damn.... sometimes i forget that there is more than one language in the world....!!!
(I also belong to the kind of people that do not recognize it when they watch an englisch film and suddentlich the conversation swaps to german with subtitels....)*G*

so here again:
Time to shake our hands and light our pipes.
Without greath words, just with the assurance of having a work done greath!

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Post by Leon » Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:17 am

I know what you are talking about, Boder.

Where I work about half the staff is foreign, so we speak English a lot. Sometimes you suddenly realize that you are speaking English to Dutch people, just out of habbit.

It was even more confusing to me last year when I was a festival and spent a week speaking German, Dutch and English all mixed together.

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Post by Ringbearer » Mon Jun 29, 2009 10:26 am

Leon wrote:It was even more confusing to me last year when I was a festival and spent a week speaking German, Dutch and English all mixed together.
YOu should come to LURE then :D


Anyways, good work, Joe, and lets go to round 2 I guess.
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Post by Nerdmeetsyou » Mon Jun 29, 2009 11:53 am

Time to finaly get the V-card tournament running at the next lure!!!

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Post by Frodo » Thu Jul 02, 2009 4:45 am

Hey guys, the pdf I uploaded had the low-quality templates for resources and hazards by accident.

I corrected the mistake now. If you downloaded the website linked pdf version, throw out that copy and instead download the pdf that is attached to my first message of this thread. You'll see some lovely new high-quality resource and hazard templates! (The rest will have to wait until somebody correct Magic Set Editor's templates; they are not in the true proportion of a MECCG card.)

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Post by Leon » Thu Jul 02, 2009 10:20 am

Leon wrote:
It was even more confusing to me last year when I was a festival and spent a week speaking German, Dutch and English all mixed together.

Ringbearer wrote:
YOu should come to LURE then
I do plan to come to Lure again some time, but the last years this did not agree with other activities and my budget.

At festivals I usually also suffer more lack of sleep and large quatities of alcohol than I plan to receive during Lure.

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Post by Ringbearer » Thu Jul 02, 2009 7:06 pm

Leon wrote:
Leon wrote:
It was even more confusing to me last year when I was a festival and spent a week speaking German, Dutch and English all mixed together.

Ringbearer wrote:
YOu should come to LURE then
I do plan to come to Lure again some time, but the last years this did not agree with other activities and my budget.

At festivals I usually also suffer more lack of sleep and large quatities of alcohol than I plan to receive during Lure.
I am not too sure, having seen last LURE's drinking game :twisted:
"I used to roll the dice, feel the fear in my enemies eyes."
- Coldplay, Viva la Vida.

Gaming is life, the rest is just dice rolls.
- John Kovalic, Dork Tower

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Post by sly southerner » Fri Jul 10, 2009 4:00 am

Fantastic work on these virtual cards guys. Its great to see something progressive happening in this game. Well done!

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Post by Nerdmeetsyou » Fri Jul 10, 2009 7:27 am

yeah... now we only have to get the people accept these cards!

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