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51 Re: O.K. Introduce yourself please... on Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:19 pm

Hello! I'm an evolutionary anthropology graduate student, I've got a BSc in Biology and a MSc in Ev Anth. I read about this project on the Science Creative Quarterly and I think it's a fabulous idea. Not sure how exactly I can help but I'm definitely going to stick my nose in and see what I can do.

I also played the pokemon games up into college, and have actually been contemplating picking up one of the newer ones to play through. It can happen to grad students too!

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52 Hi, I'm neither a scientist nor an artist on Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:31 pm

I have two sons who will talk about the F@#*ing Pokimon all day long if I let them. I would rather they new more about the real world than the BS world of some game.

When I first saw the Phylomon game I almost exploded with excitement. I am trying to figure out how to get these printed up for my sons school. I am unclear what the copyright agreement is and how one is supposed to go about producing more than a couple of decks for personal use. I hope I can get some help here.

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53 Re: O.K. Introduce yourself please... on Sat Sep 15, 2012 4:39 pm

I'm Dave. I'm currently working on my Bachelor's in biology so I can teach it at the highschool level. I also play far too much D&D, Traveler(cause chargen should be lethal too!), and MTG for my own good.

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54 hello there on Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:45 pm

Oh hi everyone, I am Fikry from Malaysia. A graduate in chemical engineering. I love art and sciences - in which i put my passion in photography. I also doodling sometimes and work with my tablet - but it's nowhere near to talented artist i found on the net. I am very excited to be part of this team and very looking forward to put forth my energy if needed Very Happy i've seen some of you have played pokemon and i do too. i played some other games as well. still playing tho.

I have the similar idea of rarity - which maybe can be relate to some of subspecies (like Monster Hunter game in PSP or cards games etc. etc). I haven't go through the whole lot yet as there is much more for me to read and understand but i couldn't hide my excitement to know more of this. It might be better if the card is accessible to all, but the rules might have to curb the usage of the rare species (or endangered) so it could raised awareness to the species. might as well put special moves on them, make them highly appreciated. to counterback, plan a several small species (like bacteria or viruses) that could counter this rare species. it might creates balance and kids will know that power doesn't always lie on something big (like rarity). just my thought.

Also, I found out a few links that relate to a certain places. What if the starter deck occupy a certain region? for example, it might refer to continent or specific region like amazon or sahara? that would sound more like MtG (Magic the Gathering).

oh god i have a lot of things to discuss but i'll read around first.
anyway, i hope to learn and to give my service (be it ideas or work) to aid this project Very Happy

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55 Re: O.K. Introduce yourself please... on Sat Sep 28, 2013 7:01 pm

Hello there,

Professor at the University of South Florida and paleontologist. Phylo combines my love of systematics and card games. I am interested in adding some extinct species cards and decks centered around key time periods in the evolution of life and earth. I am currently working with some of my students to design a deck on the origin of life and Archean life.

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56 Hi all on Wed Apr 02, 2014 3:00 pm

Greetings everyone! My name is Jeff Holmes and I work at Harvard University on a project called the Encyclopedia of Life (eol.org). EOL is an international collaboration to aggregate Creative Commons licensed information about all species on Earth on a free, curated website. We are interested in exploring how EOL can contribute to this amazing effort and perhaps support the creating of new cards based on EOL content.

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57 Re: O.K. Introduce yourself please... on Sat Apr 12, 2014 10:44 pm

Hi, I'm Jesse Brydle, science facilitator and educator at Science World in Vancouver. We're working on an urban wildlife themed Phylo deck, and I am involved in that project.

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58 Hello on Wed Jun 10, 2015 2:32 pm

Hi, I'm the ninja of thoughts-- The Thought Ninja. I'm a hiker and computer programmer.

I've taught all my friends how to play Phylo. It's one of our favorite card games.

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