Tonight, five of us played Risk Legacy. Another work friend (the one that introduced us to Telestrations) joined our crew. She hadn't played Risk as an adult, so explaining the rules, especially to a complex and ever-changing version like Risk Legacy, left her head spinning. Despite being the neophyte, she won.
Two big events happened in this game. The first was that four nuclear missiles were used in one single battle, which meant that we could open a new envelope. This envelope contained a brand new faction - the mutants! In honour of this epic moment in our Risk Legacy history, my daughter drew a comic depicting the action. My hubby threw the first missile, then our family friend, then my daughter, then our friend again.
(Oh, and we did play a bit of Telestrations beforehand which had me in stitches - how could I not laugh when the drawing clues go from Diana to Papa Bear to Killer Pig for the same topic?)