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    Quote Originally Posted by Isaac_Brody View Post
    I've got the next one figured out. It's gonna be good.
    Yes, but...

    WHEN??!?!?!!

    I'm anxious to get my ass whupped again, can you tell?
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    You got my ante. Dealer, can I get a marker over here...

    How about >>> "Gamble Fest" or "Wager Fest" Could be light, or it could be heavy.
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    Maybe we should have the next Fest be based on a time-period?

    Or a specific location e.g. a hallway, a school, a basement, a specific house etc.etc.

    The current theme has been great though - having a lot of fun with mine!
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    How about WAR FEST?

    Seriously, it is a pretty flexible genre, as everything doesn't have to be focused on just soldiers and military commanders. Example(s): a story about non-military individuals dealing with the way war has changed life on the homefront. Or how about an espionage tale with a war as the back drop?

    Also, other genres can be easily mixed in with war themes (sci-fi + war = Starship Troopers / War of the Worlds, or war + horror = Dog Soldiers / Mutant Chronicles, or war + romance = Pearl Harbor).


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