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StewieGriffin

 Posted: 12:40AM Aug 24, 2008

The last time we checked. The Indians had the cowboys cornered in a small village.

But it appears that the Indians have walked right into a trap. Now that the tides have swinged what is going to happen. Only time will tell. as the next chapter of the C&I series unfolds.

Indians = Wolves.
Cowboys = Humans
Main cowboy = Seer.

Please try and be active. Active games are fun games.

Oh I almost forgot. I WILL BE REVEALING THE IDENTITIES OF THE WOLVES TO HELP EVEN OUT THE GAME.

---This message was edited on 2008-08-24 21:44:50---

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
teddybair

 Posted: 01:38AM Aug 24, 2008

I'm in. Let's find us some Indians!
zonarita

 Posted: 10:58AM Aug 24, 2008

We should be pretty good at that Teddy. (I think I was off in every respect last time.)
Stewie - love your avi lol - when I was a kid I was actually told those kinds of things. (I also heard - I'd be flushed down the loo for misbehaving!)

Celebrate the moment!
sweetmama

 Posted: 11:53AM Aug 24, 2008

I'm definalely in for another good round of cowboys and indians. woooooooo

Hiya Teddy and Rita.

(_.·´¯ ۞ ‾\(º_o)/‾ ۞ ¯`·._)
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 12:48PM Aug 24, 2008

Glad to have you all back.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
shaidar9haran

 Posted: 01:43PM Aug 24, 2008

I'm in for my first C&I game
zonarita

 Posted: 02:31PM Aug 24, 2008

Shaid it looks like this will be a great group - so you are in for some fun!
High yas sweet - so good to see you here too!

Celebrate the moment!
nicats

 Posted: 06:55PM Aug 24, 2008

Hi friends. I missed you in the last game rita!

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StewieGriffin

 Posted: 07:09PM Aug 24, 2008

Welcome shaidar9haran. Hope you enjoy yourself.

Welcome back nicats.

6 ppl down 14 to go. It already looks like a fun group. Who else will join. Time will tell.

Welcome all.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
froggygg

 Posted: 07:12PM Aug 24, 2008

Hey everyone! I agree that this looks to be a very interesting and active game from those I see have already signed up. Now.... to see if my brand new frog legs can survive this game since they were eaten in the last Reunion game! Ouch!!!

Cowgirl froggy reporting!

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!

 Posted: 07:24PM Aug 24, 2008

Okay I'm human again.......... don't shoot me especially for losing the Reunion game for us

Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes. - Oscar Wilde
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 07:41PM Aug 24, 2008

I like the pic froggy.

Haha. Getting a bit carried away, don't you think Hadleigh. Time will tell I guess.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
strategery

 Posted: 08:46PM Aug 24, 2008

Froggy, I love the cowboy pic!

Thanks for making me a friend and allowing me to join this game Stewie!

I hope I last longer than the game I was just eaten in (round 1 - I hate being punished for active playing). Ye haw!

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 08:53PM Aug 24, 2008

No problem. As long as you have a good strategy. You will always have the upper hand.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
froggygg

 Posted: 09:24PM Aug 24, 2008

StewieGriffin wrote:
No problem. As long as you have a good strategy. You will always have the upper hand.

Uh, no pun intended there - right Stewie!

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
zonahobo

 Posted: 09:36PM Aug 24, 2008

Cowabunga! Chief Thunderthud in the game. Are you sure you have the label right for seer Strewie? It shoud be Medicine Person (politcial correctness ).. since the Seer is good medicine for the tribe. It will be a challenge for the cowboys as always, but with a little luck they can win.

Join the Zona Force--Dedicated to fun and friendly Braingling!
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 09:45PM Aug 24, 2008

Right froggy.

Welcome aboard the one way cart to a one horse town zonahobo. Glad to have you aboard as always.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
Sunrose

 Posted: 12:44AM Aug 25, 2008

It's good to see the spots filling up, when I sent the message to Stewie, there were only 4 people signed up.

I want to say this though before the game starts, I am going to not say if I am human or wolf in this game or any other game from here on out. That's going to get me big time in a game.

Good to see everyone! This is going to be fun

Made your bed, now lay in it....But you can always add a bedside table, change the sheets, take out the trash...it doesn't have to stay the same unless you want it to.
soccerguy0428

 Posted: 12:10PM Aug 25, 2008

I love these games! I am glad you are having another one Stewie.
zonarita

 Posted: 01:45PM Aug 25, 2008

wow, we are growing fast.

I saw froggy is a cowboy - so be are down one already. lol

Welcome Soccer, Sun and strat - thanks Nicats for them kind words.

what a great group we are forming - sorry some of ya have to be bad guys!

Ye Bo is going to play.

Celebrate the moment!
chiliwormeater4

 Posted: 02:30PM Aug 25, 2008

Heyy

SM and froggy, Hi!!!!

Look forward to playing.
froggygg

 Posted: 02:50PM Aug 25, 2008

Hi chili and everyone who is here. Yep, it does look like a very interesting group we are assembling!

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 04:54PM Aug 25, 2008

No probs Sunrose. Good to see you hear.

Welcome back soccerguy, glad you like these games. It's been a while.

Welcome back james. Hope everyone enjoys themselves.

Shouldn't be too long before we start the way things are going.

What's new then froggy It's always an interesting group and game when a C&I game rolls into town.

I have just as much fun modding as you do playing these games.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
strategery

 Posted: 06:42PM Aug 25, 2008

Only 8 more, so excited!

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb
froggygg

 Posted: 08:47PM Aug 25, 2008

Not much new Stewie - just waiting for the last of the group to arrive so we can get to work!

While we're all waiting, why don't we have a BBQ and do a bit of square dancing!

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
mythmaster

 Posted: 11:33PM Aug 25, 2008

I am here to play, it has been a very long time since my last werewolf game
teddybair

 Posted: 11:53PM Aug 25, 2008

Ooooh, square dancing sounds fun! And I'll never say no to a good BBQ!
froggygg

 Posted: 12:29AM Aug 26, 2008

We've got a nice strong fire going, so let's toss on some meat and get to BBQing! So, who here can play some square dancing music?

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
strategery

 Posted: 07:35AM Aug 26, 2008

Glad to see you myth, I haven't played werewolf with you in a very long time. Come to think of it, I think I see you more on WTB and that has been a very long time.

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb
zonarita

 Posted: 09:02AM Aug 26, 2008

Hey Myth - it is going to be a great game - I'm thinking it's been awhile for me (since playing) too.

How is everyone - I think some beans are brewing and the pig is stewing and I'm looking for some yummy dessert for that BBQ. Brownies? Flan? Strawberry Shortcake? A little of all.

Celebrate the moment!
teddybair

 Posted: 11:50AM Aug 26, 2008

I'll bring my guitar! Anyone here play the fiddle?
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 01:07PM Aug 26, 2008

No. Just the keyboard, piano, Tin whitle, recorder, bells, harmonica, and learning guitar and drums. But no fiddle sorry.

7 more to go.

EDIT: Never had BBQ food b4.

---This message was edited on 2008-08-26 13:08:51---

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
zonahobo

 Posted: 05:00PM Aug 26, 2008

I can bring my new baritone ukelele. I don't play it well yet, but it sure is a fun instruement to say. It kind of makes you smile just saying it. Closer to theme, I could bring my native american ceder spirit whistle.

Join the Zona Force--Dedicated to fun and friendly Braingling!
teddybair

 Posted: 06:12PM Aug 26, 2008

Sounds like a fun jam session to me! And Stewie, you've never had BBQ before? You gotta try it my friend, it's delicious! Even better (IMHO) is food cooked over an open fire while camping in the middle of nowhere. Add a guitar or two and some good friends and you get an amazing night!
strategery

 Posted: 06:30PM Aug 26, 2008

Best part of an open fire - SMORES!

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb
teddybair

 Posted: 06:49PM Aug 26, 2008

Most definitely! Unfortunately I can't eat sugar anymore (our whole family reacts badly to it ~ not diabetic, but still have to give it up), so I have to be content with trying to catch a hotdog on fire at the end of a stick.
Superwolf26

 Posted: 06:58PM Aug 26, 2008

Cool Kokopelli (however you spell it) avatar, zonarita. Ready to play *salutes*.

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strategery

 Posted: 07:45PM Aug 26, 2008

Life without sugar?! *said with a mouthful of EL Fudge grasshopper cookies (the poor man's thin mints )*
You POOR THING!

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb
teddybair

 Posted: 09:07PM Aug 26, 2008

Yeah, the whole family went through withdrawals for about a week, but now it doesn't seem too bad. Our health has drastically improved since cutting out the foods our bodies weren't processing correctly. It's mostly just a pain as we have to read every label and be very careful when making our meals. We still have to cheat a bit ~ we can't afford to do all our shopping at specialty stores!
froggygg

 Posted: 09:38PM Aug 26, 2008

strategery wrote:
Best part of an open fire - SMORES!

Let's make sure we have plenty of marshmallows for the smores and for just roasting. I so love roasted marshmallows!

Sounds like we have quite a few musical contributions popping up. Let's get to dancing!

SMILE and people will wonder what you are up to!
silent2012

 Posted: 01:09PM Aug 27, 2008

Howdy partners, Smores by the campfire sounds good to me.

---This message was edited on 2008-08-27 13:19:52---

de omnibus dubitandum (be suspicious of everything, doubt everything)
zonarita

 Posted: 01:24PM Aug 27, 2008

teddybair wrote:
Sounds like a fun jam session to me! And Stewie, you've never had BBQ before? You gotta try it my friend, it's delicious! Even better (IMHO) is food cooked over an open fire while camping in the middle of nowhere. Add a guitar or two and some good friends and you get an amazing night!

That's a spiritual experience - something Indians experienced daily. smile

I've loved camping out.

Hiyas silent, I liked Froggy's idea of dancing too - the Indians had that down too. great exercise

noted dessert without sugar

Celebrate the moment!
zonahobo

 Posted: 01:28PM Aug 27, 2008

When we visited Cape Cod, I learned of a tribe I should have been familiar with, but they were people of that area and some are actually still living there.

Wampanoag Indians--translated the word Wampanoag means "People of the dawn or first light"--dates well before Western explorers set foot on these sandy shores.

One of the Wampanoag was Squanto. One of the earlier contacts between the Wampanoag and Europeans dates from the 16th century, when merchant vessels and fishing boats traveled along the coast of present-day New England. Captains of merchant vessels captured Native Americans and sold them as slaves in order to increase their earnings. For example, Captain Thomas Hunt captured several Wampanoag after enticing them aboard his vessel in 1614. He later sold them in Spain as slaves. One of his victims, a Patuxet named Squanto (or Tisquantum), was bought by Spanish monks, who attempted to convert him. Eventually he was set free, and despite his prior experiences he boarded an English ship again in order to accompany an expedition to Newfoundland as a translator. From Newfoundland he made his way back to his homeland in 1619, only to discover that the entire Patuxet tribe, and with them, his family, had fallen victim to an epidemic.[13]

In 1620, religious separatists and others from England who are known today as "Pilgrims" arrived in present-day Plymouth, where Squanto, along with other Wampanoags, taught the starving Pilgrims how to cultivate corn, farm squash and beans, catch fish, and collect seafood.

They are a very interesting group and I was surprised they are reviving their culture and language. Cool!

Join the Zona Force--Dedicated to fun and friendly Braingling!
strategery

 Posted: 06:51PM Aug 27, 2008

We only need 4 more people and then we can PLAY!!!

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb

 Posted: 09:29PM Aug 27, 2008

Well, howdy par'dners! Ah'll join up in this 'ere posse, but I'll be a yeller-skinned five-legged hoppy toad iff'in Ah kin stay alert an' active all the time, but Ah'll try. Mah pirate games have me runnin' like a coyote to keep a-goin', but I'll give these 'ere a fine try. See y'all by the chuck wagon at sundown, and Ah might try t' sing anuther of mah songs fer y'all.

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ARRRRR! Watch yerselves on the high seas, or me Jolly Roger be the last thing ye see before ye meets Davy Jones!

 Posted: 09:51PM Aug 27, 2008

yea Radio , sing us some songs why don't ya

Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes. - Oscar Wilde
zonahobo

 Posted: 12:05AM Aug 28, 2008

I just grasped that Stewie has reversed the roles. Now I understand the seer role. I guess I can't be Squanto then.

So, maybe I was kicked in the head by a Bronco. Yee Haw...

Join the Zona Force--Dedicated to fun and friendly Braingling!
teddybair

 Posted: 01:28AM Aug 28, 2008

I was wonderin' if'n maybe ya were a bit confused there Bo, though thet there infermation ya gave on Squanto was right informative. Maybe we can use it ter catch us some Indians! Thet's why my bear is wearin' boots an' a cowboy hat an' swingin' a lasso ~ I'm ready ter round 'em up!
strategery

 Posted: 07:57AM Aug 28, 2008

Cute pic Teddy! We need 3 more... can you tell I'm anxious?

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 09:04AM Aug 28, 2008

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
zonarita

 Posted: 09:10AM Aug 28, 2008

We're growing it won't be long.

Celebrate the moment!
HiImDavid

 Posted: 10:46AM Aug 28, 2008

I'm number 18--two left.

"Real love is accepting other people the way they are without trying to change them" -Don Miguel Ruiz
chiliwormeater4

 Posted: 01:17PM Aug 28, 2008

Won't be long before where starting.
Sunrose

 Posted: 01:33PM Aug 28, 2008

Welcome everyone! This looks like a very good and active group so far

This ought be real fun! I am anxious about playing! Good to see Myth and David here

Made your bed, now lay in it....But you can always add a bedside table, change the sheets, take out the trash...it doesn't have to stay the same unless you want it to.
shaidar9haran

 Posted: 03:22PM Aug 28, 2008

Only two more and we shall begin, I'm shaking from my epilepsy
HiImDavid

 Posted: 04:28PM Aug 28, 2008

Sunrose, I remember you from a long time ago, about a year when I was also actively involved on Braingle.

I'm in college now, so I'll have more time to procrastinate and use Braingle. Less time overall, but still.

Only dos mas personas.

"Real love is accepting other people the way they are without trying to change them" -Don Miguel Ruiz
strategery

 Posted: 06:12PM Aug 28, 2008

David, I have heard of you - a lot actually - so I'm excited to play in a game with you. Ah College, good times. Yes, lots of time to twiddle around.

"Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box" Italian Proverb
StewieGriffin

 Posted: 07:42PM Aug 28, 2008

One more to go. And it looks like menz is joining the group.

He sent me a PM and I have added him to my friends list. So it's only a matter of time.

Good luck to all and I hope you have a ball of a time.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.

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