|Subject: L-Squared: Geographical Locations|
Posted May 24, 2006 by Black Cheetah: The Veggie Black Cat (Have two accounts for some reason!)
|Similarily to the Movie and the book game, I want to start a game for geographical locations. That is "last letter (L-squared)", where the next entry would start with the character ending in the last entry. I play the geographical locations version a lot at home with family and friends and we have a set of rules that I'd like to apply to this game. |
First off, what is allowed:
-- States / Provinces
-- Cities / Towns / Villages
-- Seas / Oceans / Lakes / Bays / Rivers / (Other bodies of water or semi water like a glacier)
-- Mountains / Deserts / Plateaus / (Other physical land structures)
-- Planets / Stars / Galaxies
What's not allowed:
-- Streets / Buildings / Monuments
-- Town Squares
I think you guys get the picture. Further more, when stating a city / town / village naming the country it is at least required. If this city / town / village happens to be in United States and Canada the state / province is required also. I would make this the rule for every country but other states and provinces arent well known.
When replying to the previous post then the last letter place (i.e. X for Phoenix, Arizona, USA) is followed up not its reference points. On geographical features a choice is given (i.e. for Atlantic Ocean: C or N).
Lastly to make it a bit fair, the same location cant be repeated on the same page (i.e. within the last twenty entries).
Hope there is not too many rules, to understand.
I'll start off with: