Hi everyone, At the moment of writing this I have more than 200 cards created for the set. Of course, all of these are just bare-boned and the flavoring and balancing will soak up a lot of time in the coming months. It'll still be several months before I print out a functional MtG set … Continue reading King’s River MtG – Spoiler list #1 – Green Mana
Introducing the new card ideas
For the two of you who are actually interested in Minibots Arena, no, I haven't completely abandoned the project. I've been busy with personal life and to be honest, the last few playtests I ran were okay but I felt like I was heading in the wrong direction. From the blogs and articles I've read, … Continue reading Minibots Arena 3.0 (Update 2019!)
Hello everyone, be it old or new readers, I wrote the original (link) of this following text 3 years ago. At the time, I had been teaching ESL to Vietnamese adults for 6 months and relying heavily on the internet and the generosity of strangers for my lesson plans. Those and games and activities were … Continue reading 10 tips for teaching conversational English to young adults – revisited.
Today I'd like to introduce some cards from Minibots Arena, and the decks that they belong to.
Short introduction to the turn order of Minibots Arena boardgame.
The game Minibots Arena is constantly mutating in this early stage. However, the fetus idea was very different than what it is now.
LIFE IN VIETNAM I was born in the countryside of Vietnam. So I lived there all my life until I was 18 years old. After graduating from high school, I moved to Ho Chi Minh city to continue studying in a university. I have been living in HCMC until now, for about 15 years. So … Continue reading Life in Vietnam
Day 4 was again spent being driven by our friend and guide Yukari to small towns that were just awesome. Our first stop was in this castle that was turned into an interesting museum. Inside the museum you could try on shogun + concubine costumes! On the way to our next stop we saw these … Continue reading Day 4 – Okayama + Kurashiki
Here is a text written by one of my evening students. I have tried to edit it as lightly as I could, because to me the direct translation from Vietnamese to English is fascinating. I hope you enjoy it! Without further due... Hi there! I am a student from a University in Ho Chi Minh … Continue reading Becoming a freshman, by Mi