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James Spratt wrote on 2006-07-12 UTC
Well, actually, I was checking out the game logs, vaguely looking for
someone sorry enough to make a good opponent for myself, and those pieces
from the Mini-POM game just sort of jumped off the page at me, different,
bright and striking, and the more I looked the better I liked, so you can
paint that E on yer sail, as far as I'm concerned. Well Done.
I happen to like variant piece-sets as much as variant games, and I like
the strong colors of some of the sets and boards, like icing on the cake
of this site, supported by the soberer and more utilitarian alfaeries and
their kin, and I think there's room for some more.  I'm still muddy on
the extra bandwidth costs of complex sets like that, but I'm learning,
slowly, how complicated it is to make the icons for them.

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