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I play lots of games, develop a few. Check out my publisher's page at lumenaris.com.

Some of my published board/card games:


Oct
25
revised How did Yugoslavia economically survive the Cold War
added 17 characters in body
Oct
16
asked When did the US adopt a special way of folding the flag?
Oct
13
revised Why is Toledo not the capital of Spain anymore?
deleted 31 characters in body; edited title
Oct
10
comment Is there a civilization that never believed in God in the ancient times?
@JimThio, with two asterisks.
Oct
9
comment How similar were Finnish and Lenape slash-and-burn agriculture?
Bailyn's statement was brief and without details (as it was incidental to the main story). All I know so far about their similarity is that they were both slash and burn.
Oct
9
comment How similar were Finnish and Lenape slash-and-burn agriculture?
@MarkC.Wallace, that's basically the point of this question. I'm guessing that they used different implements, planted different crops, made different use of beasts of burden, etc., but I just don't know.
Oct
9
revised native-americans wiki description
fixed problems - previous version couldn't decide if this was about all of North America or just the US, and referred to these people only in past tense as if none survive today; also added two common alternative terms
Oct
9
revised native-americans wiki excerpt
fixed problems - previous version couldn't decide if this was about all of North America or just the US, and referred to these people only in past tense as if none survive today; also added two common alternative terms
Oct
9
comment Did any European/American settlements in the Ohio Country survive the French and Indian War?
If it was destroyed and replaced, I'd say that doesn't count as a survival.
Oct
9
comment What type of defenses did the Pequot use at their fort?
I've seen that engraving, but I just couldn't make sense of it. The second image really helps.
Oct
9
comment Were the Puritans for a State Church?
The Puritans were definitely in favor of their colony being officially Puritan. I'll see if I can dig up some references.
Oct
9
reviewed Reopen How does governance evolve?
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Closed Has any generation generally agreed that the next generation was better?
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Open Connection between “lingua franca” and Frankish people
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Open Why did the US drop nuclear bombs on a weakened Japan?
Oct
9
comment What would have been the carrying capacity for 11th-13th century backpacks?
The illustrations take this from a good answer to a great one. +1 from me.
Oct
9
asked What type of defenses did the Pequot use at their fort?
Oct
9
asked How similar were Finnish and Lenape slash-and-burn agriculture?
Oct
9
asked Did any European/American settlements in the Ohio Country survive the French and Indian War?
Oct
9
asked Why did the Dutch West India Company allow Quakers in the New Netherlands?