I don’t got much pop tonight. Spreadsheet below. Let me know if I made any mistakes that changes anything. Winners after the break.
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Who advanced? Who fell short? Who didn’t care? Did Jon give me sperm and did I like it? The answers to all these questions past the break.
First off, why do you guys hate Nibbs so much? Shawn! Hugs! Stat! Second, thanks to Melissa for beta-testing some stuff.
Gilman was the most unique player this round, as none of his answers were duplicated by his opponents. Eight of you advance to the winner’s bracket and the other eight head to the loser’s bracket. Open the spreadsheet link right below if you want to look column by column suspensefully, otherwise head past the jump for the run down. Details of every word played inside!
It’s taken me a number of days to get around to this but I was busy doing Gilman’s puzz…no, I mean I was busy pursuing my new found friendship with Annette……no, not that either. Okay, I’ve just been lazy and uninspired, but I think I’ve settled on something I like enough.
If you have ever played Boggle before, you should be familiar with the basic rules. If your name is anything other than Melissa, you will want to continue on to get ALL the details.
Time for the next game! It will be Boggle. Not your ordinary Boggle though.
There will be the typical scoring of words based on word length (none of the Scrabble hybrid stuff). If you are not a Boggle Master, don’t worry. There will likely be a power or two at your disposal to thwart opponents or help your efforts. This will also not be only a straight up “find the most words” deal as there will be additional goals to help you advance such as finding the most: diagonal words, five letters words, corner words, words ending with ___, and more.
No cap on the number of entrants, but the later you sign up the more likely you’ll end up in a bigger bracket and have the disadvantage of more opponents to try and advance against.