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The Quiet Storm in Fiasco

At first I strongly disliked Fiasco I thought that it was a unstructured and messy game but as I continued to play the rules become very apparent and easy. As the game progressed my team and I started to have a lot of fun, which resulted in an extremely dramatic Fiasco game that took place […]

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Fiasco | The Fire of … Life?

The life is like fire: burning the gas, gobbling the oxygen, exploding dramatically, and extinguishing suddenly. Every life is a tragedy. And when a life meets other lives, it’s a fiasco. Therefore, when it comes to a game like Fiasco that lays out the narration about the uplift and downfalls of every character’s life, it…

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Jason’s Fiasco

Our story was set in the Boomtown. My character was a local tavern and lodge owner who was active in the church community. As with all of the characters, I had a complex backstory and nefarious motives driving all of my moves. On my left was Alex, whose wife I stole and her affection was […]

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