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Today FanstRAvaganza tagteamers are posting!
In the beginning, Richard Armitage made scores of fans -- and he keeps on making them!
Phylly3 reports on her fandom experiences
Mrs. E.B. Darcy speculates about what our hero will do in An Unexpected Journey (spoilers!)
Annie Lucas woos us with a Guy of Gisborne one-shot, "One Chance"
In the freeform chain, Fabo files an eyewitness report on Richard Armitage's visit to U.S. accent school
jazzbaby1 wonders "what were they thinking?" re: Lucas North's women
and ChrisB opens the Armitage Alphabet, with "A is for Action"
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Welcome on first Armitageness' Lessons of Fangirling
Game - Richard Armitage game to download, print and cut.
First Class of Games and a bit of homework.
It's always nice to have something printed with Richard, not only pixels on screen. I hope that some of you are having printed calendar ;D Just imagine that You don't have electricity at home (2012 End of the World), but You can still have fun ;D When I was a kid and on vacation in grandma's house sometimes there was rain and not so pleasant days. We didn't have too much things from our home there, only couple of games and books, because bags were very heavy. So we were making our own games from paper.
Richard Armitage memo game
I used only some of the promo shoots of Richard. You can make Your own with Richard's photos :) And make how many You wish.
Deck: 72 cards (standard deck 52 cards)
To collect the most pairs of cards.
Shuffle the cards and lay them on the table, face down, in a pattern (e.g. 4 cards x 13 cards). You can use how many pair of cards You wish.
Play then proceeds clockwise.
On each turn, a player turns over two cards (one at a time) and keeps them if they match. If they successfully match a pair, that player also gets to take another turn.
When a player turns over two cards that do not match, those cards are turned face down again and it becomes the next player’s turn.
Scoring for 1 player:
Time yourself to see how fast you can find all of the matching pairs. Compete with yourself by trying to get a faster time in a second game.
Scoring for 2 and more players:
Players keep each pair they find. At the end of the game, each pair scores one point.
When all the pairs have been found, the player with the most points wins.
Instructions how to make this game:
You have to:
1. Download pictures. They have 1024x768 pixels.
2. You can print it on photo paper or go to the nearest photoprint shop. And make photos 20x30. This is the best size for these pictures. You can make this in size 16x20, that makes square of one card something about 3cmx3cm, but is a little too little :). And remember You should make them on matte photo paper. Matte paper is not vulnerable to being marred by fingerprints. Instructions You can print on plain paper.
3. After print You should cut squares on black lines and voila!
Direct links to download:
Part 1 HERE
Part 2 HERE
Part 3 HERE
Instructions how to play HERE
First Richard Armitage memo game is Yours :)