#203 Plains and Games and Breaks

May 15, 2020
Sometimes not looking down means not looking where you’re going.

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Our derby resumed its nifty autopilot to the next village. We’re using this chance to teach Cacko a game.
Apparently she likes to think things through.

Whoah! Are we there already? Time sure flies when playing eye-foot-go-criss-cross! Such a superb game!

Oh. Dear. Did the earth swallow our destination?

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Gheralf

Gheralf says:

Cacko doesn’t really talk, but we can hear some kind of mumbling from her.

Also, “eye-foot-go-criss-cross” is a pretty long word, so we usually just call it the crissies or the griddles. Still it’s a strange name since the eyes don’t exactly look like eyes and the feet don’t exactly look like feet.

Either way, it’s a very simple and fun game! Be sure to try it out sometime!

Vayandil

Vayandil says:

Color me impressed – our travel brochure has a troubleshooting section! Time to take a look and see if it has anything on disappearing destinations.

I found this one, “What if a destination no longer exists?”

And the answer is, “Option 1: Try to get off the derby and climb back on.”



Why the numbering if there is no option 2??