I’m very into being rational and logical about my collection. Take the emotion out of it, strip away the FOMO and shiny, and see what actually makes sense. But even I’m not always that way. It’s one thing to have a set of rules, it’s another thing to break them.
In this video there are 5 tips, 5 suggestions on how to economically and soundly grow your collection….that I don’t follow myself. The first 4 are merely rules I break from time to time, whereas the 5th rule I simply never follow. But I should. And you should. This is just me admitting my mistakes. Don’t tell anyone.
0:00:00 – Introduction
0:01:34 – Never Get Games That You Can’t Feasibly Play Given Your Own Constraints
0:03:19 – Tangent: The Point of Rules & The Point of Fun
0:04:02 – Never Back A Game That You Wouldn’t Buy
0:06:25 – Never Let Shiny & Pretty Get In the Way of Getting Rid of a Game
0:09:05 – Never Get Games You Won’t Get to the Table Within 3 Months
0:12:05 – Never Get Expansions for Games Until You Feel You Need Them
0:14:43 – Tangent: Terraforming Mars Kickstarter & Expansions & Solo Play
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