Oh, hey! I feel like I haven’t seen you in a bit for some reason. Funny running into you here at this grocery store. Are you still playing Arkham Horror? That’s good. Did you see the new article? Well, who hasn’t, am I right? HA. HA. HA.

And I know you saw Carson Sinclair, yeah? Dude… I totally am going to play him solo now.

I know that Carson’s investigator ability literally does nothing in solo play, his signature skill card is a dead draw, and his signature weakness is impossible to manage. Not to mention that his stats, health, and sanity are all just worse than a lot of other investigators I could be playing solo instead. But, see, maybe to a normie these would all be reasons to not play Carson solo. To a true Arkham Gamer like myself, these are all challenges to overcome. Hell yeah, bud!

See, I’ve been reading a lot of self-helps book recently to help deal with my alleged “personal problems”, and one thing I’ve learned from that experience is that we can do hard things. You know what hard thing I like to do, just to prove that it can be done? Playing solo Carson Sinclair in Expert. Oh, you think I wouldn’t actually do that? Duuuuuude, it’s really cringe of you to think it would even be difficult!

The main concept of my Solo Expert Carson Sinclair Deck, otherwise known as a SECS Deck — get it, it sounds like sex? You probably wouldn’t know what that even is! HA. HA. HA. Anyway. The main concept of my SECS Deck is that we’re just going to play a lot of Bless tokens and that way I’ll be running circles around these… hey, where are you going? Oh, your ice cream is going to melt if you don’t get home soon, huh? Okay, well, if you want to play with my SECS Deck, just hit me up on one of those Arkham Horror Discords and I’ll DM you the link. In the meantime, I’ll just be around, breaking the ol’ card game we both play, HEYO! I’ll see you later, ya scrub normie. I’m kidding, obviously. Ha. Ha. Ha… oh, okay, bye.