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Ok so the judge posts an adjective starting on the appropriate round letter.

An adjective is a describing word like blue, sweet, small


The six next player posts a noun each with that rounds available noun letters.

It's first come first serve. Ex if the letters are a b c d e f, and f.ex. million posted the word cat, then I came in I could not choose C so I post Boat, then Lava comes she has to make a word with A D E or F. And so on till all the letters been used. The last player tags the judge who posted the adjective so they can judge it. 


The winner of a round become the next rounds judge.

If 2 days have past and not all noun letters has been used, the judge pick a winner so the game can move on.


The game is not limited to 7 players, but only the first 6 to post in a round get a chance to score points so just jump in.


Also the judge pick their own criteria for choosing the winner, be it the most accurate, or what makes them laugh or whatever (just as in RL)



Round Start

1 adjective: Big 

1 noun letters : D T K G G O



2: I - S P B R O L

3: I - N D N I G C

4: G - P F F N Y E

5: U - I J N L C B

6: S - R S W M D H

7: H - N M C N E P

8: M - N S S I V G

9: U - N L C K Y P

10: S - G C O P G M


Players - Points

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Need to be a noun, the adjective for round 1 is Big aka starting on B (this is based on my apples to apples dice game).


So you could say Giant


Copied from Merriam Webster in case someone don't know grammar (I certainly don't hence having to look it up)


What is a noun?

Nouns make up the largest class of words in most languages, including English. A noun is a word that refers to a thing (book), a person (Betty Crocker), an animal (cat), a place (Omaha), a quality (softness), an idea (justice), or an action (yodeling). It's usually a single word, but not always: cake, shoes, school bus, and time and a half are all nouns.



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So my first try was an adjective for Big, but starting with G. But I see that my word has to be a noun, not an adjective.


Does my noun have to have some relationship to the initial adjective? I see the relationship between "Big" and "Giant", but from your example, I don't see the relationship between "Cat" and "Boat", especially since "Cat" is not an adjective.



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The game rounds are one adjective 6 nouns


So the white blub above is from a dictionary explaining nouns, and has nothing to do with round.


Oh ok see now I see ok example ok so the way to think about it would be if player X had posted blue

Million says cat

I say boat

Lava says atlantic


And no one else joined, say player X was an avid fan of the adventures of blue cat, they might choose cat as the winner.


Another person might find that the sea was more accurate to fit with blue, and a third might have fond memories of fishing on a blue boat


So the game in and for itself is shaped by the players and their personalities, for some players u want the noun who best fit with the adjective, with another it could be whatever makes the funest combination when combined to make the person laugh.


So it just comes down to what you can come up with from the letters there are to choose from



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