Ryan, I need to slow down with new games here. I noticed in your list that a couple of the games in your bag were of your own creation. I've followed your links and printed up a copy of Wanderlust and Ferrball's Mansion. Wanderlust is different and interesting. I played it with my wife last night and we both liked it. I'll have to try Wanderlust with my oldest daughter and see what she thinks. I haven't had a chance to try out Ferrball's Mansion yet though but will try over the weekend. It look very promising. I'll have to let you know how it goes. Brian * Ryan Hackel <deeplogic@xxxxxxxxxx> [2009-10-08 09:17:26-0400] > Here's a blog entry about my bag: > http://ryanarium.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!E9041DCCED30314D!929.entry > > Inventory as of 10/08/2009: > Give Me the Brain: Deluxe Edition (Cheapass Games) > Burn Rate (Cool Studios) > Bang! & Bang: Dodge City (Da Vinci Games) > IGOR: The Mad Scientist's Lament (Interactivities Ink) > Aquarius (1998 edition) (Looney Labs) > Chrononauts (2002 printing) (Looney Labs) > Chrononauts: Lost IDs (Looney Labs) > Early American Chrononauts (Looney Labs) > Martian Coasters (Looney Labs) > Martian Fluxx (Looney Labs) > Proton (Looney Labs) > Family Business (Mayfair Games) > Naval Battles (Phalanx Games) > Ballot Bots (Robot Martini) > Bombshells (Robot Martini) > Dubious (Robot Martini) > Zombies of Los Muerte High (Robot Martini) > Chez Goth (Steve Jackson Games) > Guillotine (Wizards of the Coast) > Battle for Hill 218 (Your Move Games) > Berserker Halflings from the Dungeon of Dragons (Z-Man Games) > Grave Robbers from Outer Space (Z-Man Games) > Management Material: General Office Edition (Zipwhaa Games) > Ferrball's Mansion (my game design prototype) > Wanderlust (my game design prototype) > one Treehouse set > two monochrome Icehouse stashes > three extra Icehouse nests > World War 5 board > Jewish Fluxx > homemade Twin Win cards > homemade Start Player deck > two homemade Decktets > chessboard bandana > tin of polyhedral dice > tin of d6s > d30 > d24 > poker deck > rulesheets for many games > tin of Go stones (for Zendo) > tin of assorted game chips > several Ice-7 packets > two tins of Altoids > > ---Ryan > > -----Original Message----- > From: "Brian Reichert" [rignes@xxxxxxxxx] > Date: 10/08/2009 04:13 AM > To: "fluxx" <fluxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Subject: Re: [Fluxx] What do you have in your Purple Bag? > > I'm a newcomer to Looney Labs stuff having been introduced to Fluxx by the > GM > of the RPG group I play in. I stumbled on Andy's article "Ode to my Purple > Bag"  and thought it was a great idea so I bought one of the bags from > the > Looney Labs store. Now, I'm working out what exactly I want to have in it > and > I think I have it mostly figure out. > > Here is what I have: > > 3 Tree House Sets > Original Fluxx > Zombie Fluxx > Munchkin w/ the Clerical Errors Expansion > Standard Deck of Playing Cards > Aquarius > Chessboard (printed on card stock, cut into quadrants, and laminated) > Martian Coasters > Werewolves Cards  > Two of my favorite Magic the Gathering decks > A full set of Polyhedral Dice > 6 extra d6 for World War 5 > Printed out World War 5 Board > 1 extra d20 for the other Magic Player > Mechanical Pencil > Small pad of paper > TwinWin Goal Cards and Board (on card stock) > Reference Rule Printout for: > Munchkin > World War 5 > Martian Chess > Werewolves > Binary Homeworlds > > I've taken pains to make everything as small as I can and if thinks work > out I > should have enough room for (eventually): > > Chrononauts > 2 more Treehouse sets > 1 Grey Pyramid Stash > 3 House rule book (so I can get Black ICE Rules) > Cosmic Coasters > Playing with Pyramids > > I'm basically posting this to get your opinions on how to improve the bag > contents. I just love the idea of a grab and go gaming bag. The kids like > to > take it to restaurants and other places so we have something to pass the > time > while we wait for our food. > > BTW, I have to thank Elliott Evans for the Making Custom Card Boxes  > article > on his site. Without that there would be no way I'd ever get all these > things > in there. > > 1. http://www.wunderland.com/LooneyLabs/PurpleBag/Ode.html > 2. http://www.ee0r.com/proj/werecard.html > 3. http://www.ee0r.com/boxes/index.html > > Thanks for indulging my ramblings. ;) > > -- > Brian Reichert > GPG Public Key: 0xECEFD7AC > http://rignesnet.tzo.com > > There are times when truth is stranger than fiction and lunch time is > one of them. > _______________________________________________ > Fluxx mailing list > Fluxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/fluxx > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Click for a wide selection of quality scales. > Scale > Click Here For More Information > > _______________________________________________ > Fluxx mailing list > Fluxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/fluxx -- Brian Reichert GPG Public Key: 0xECEFD7AC http://rignesnet.tzo.com Did I say 2? I lied.