I also saw a whole new side of our usually perky, resident chemist. He lost badly and refused to play again, preferring to sit cross-armed in a childish huff. I smothered my grin and slipped away to my cabin at the earliest opportunity.
There’s nothing like competition to bring out people’s true character. When you’re writing your next story and creating protagonists, ask yourself whether they’re the Cranium or Scrabble type and how they react to winning or losing. You’ll understand them a whole lot better.
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