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Thursday, March 16 • 10:00pm - 11:55pm
Life Isn't Fair Monopoly

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Have you ever played Monopoly and thought to yourself, ''What would this game be like if it was fun?'' Well struggle with that question no more! Mrs. JediCole will be offering open gaming of her Life Isn't Fair Monopoly game, a variation on the old classic board game that is actually fun to play!

Players can go from rags to riches to rags and back again during the course of this lively update. Sent to jail? No problem! With a roll of the dice you could get off on a technicality or frame another player! You like collecting that $200 when you pass Go, right? Well in this game you lose $10 of that money for every dependent child you've picked up along the way. Got a lot of properties in your name? Go to jail and you could lose them to other players while you are incarcerated!

But it's not all bad! Every player starts the game with property. You could spend a few turns on welfare or win the Lottery and take all the money that ''The Man'' has collected in the center of the board! Still losing? Marry for money.

Limited seats available - pre registration recommended, but not required. Walk-ins welcome on a space-available basis.


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Mrs. JediCole

Half-Ass Productions / The JediCole Universe
Director of the Games and Theory entertainment track at ALL-CON, Catherine Houston (Mrs.JediCole) is a lifetime fan of Classic Science Fiction, Star Trek, and the Nasa Space program.  She read her first Comic Book in 1986 and married into the Star Wars Universe in 1988. | | Her fandom career includes working for Diamond Comic Distributors in the ‘90’s during the renaissance that became the Modern Age of Comics.  During... Read More →


Thursday March 16, 2017 10:00pm - 11:55pm
Pecan (Games and Theory) Second Floor, back

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