Normally, I do my midpoint review after having two games with the caster, trying to take stock of the way that they play and make some changes to how they operate. This time, though, I was at a tournament, and got in three games in a row, so we’ll do the midpoint there.
Unfortunately, the holidays and my recent illness have left me playing more than I’ve been writing, which means that I’m writing this post way after real time, which is a disappointment. I really enjoy exploring the casters in writing before giving them a shot on the table. I’ll try to be as true to thoughts as I can as I make my way through how I played Asphyxious 3.