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Commander-Davies

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I just bought the game on recommendation and I'm looking to play my first game.  Ideal times would be 6pm Mountain or later on a Wed/Thur/Friday.  I've been a Trekkie since the 70's and I'd love to give this a try.

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Matt
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Greetings, Matt!
Where in Colorado are you?  I live in Ft. Collins and work for a library in Eaton (bit north of Greeley).  I'm planning our first online game in the coming week or two.  Just trying to iron out details for providing the software to anyone who's joining us, and then I can set a date.  I'll post it here, but keep an eye on our Facebook page as well if you are interested.

We also host monthly in-person games every 1st Saturday--when there isn't Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague threatening to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet.  Usually I have two ships running, and if you're in the vicinity we'd love to have you.
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I'm down in Erie, so that would be a bit of a hike for me for an in-person game, but I'm definitely interested in an online one.
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Commander-Davies  - Timing, timing, timing!  The 2 regular groups I know of meet on Saturdays @ 2000  Zulu {1400 until the clocks move} and Tuesdays @ 2000 Daylight Saving Time.  Here are links, just 'cuz....    http://www.terranstellarnavy.net     and    http://www.artemiseasternfront.com/    {join the FB group for more info and to chat.} 

 

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Awesome!

Erie is actually in the southern edge of our library district, about an hour away.  We play from 3pm until 7pm AND provide free dinner; the drive isn't so bad in comparison, and I've driven further for less.  In-person events add a whole layer to the game.


When the district opens back up, ask your local library staff to contact Neal in Eaton about running an event down there.  If Erie got on board, it might even convince IT to include Artemis in the standard software package.  (I suppose you could email the Erie manager, Joanna McNeal, right now if you wish.)
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Thanks for the info on these games.  I picked up the game a few months ago, but haven't played yet.  I'm in the springs and would be willing to make a drive (after the intergalactic death plague is over with) for an in person game. 
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AFTER the Covid-19 has been tamped down and conventions resume, I'd suggest you MAY be able to find Artemis offered at one.  It is how I ran into the game!  Good Luck!! 
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