Playing with my 10 year old niece. She ropes me into it without much info. I read about 2 player game and 3 cards up and she insists the old love letter game was different and wanted to throw away ...
Description of situation: A player's turn begins and they draw the last card from the deck and get a Wizard. The use the Wizard on the other player which forces them to discard their hand and redraw ...
Are players compelled to use the power of a card, or can they choose to not use it (and simply discard it)? For instance, can I choose to not have anyone discard after playing the Prince not to ...
I was playing a round of Love Letter with my friends. When it came to my turn I had a Princess and King. I was forced to play the King and trade the Princess with another player. My question is, is ...
How can we determine the winner in Love Letter if the last two players tie and have the same value of cards discarded?
At the end of the game, both remaining players have a Baron. The sum of all cards discarded by both players is equal. Who wins?
I need a claryfication of the rules: Let's say another player uses Baron and compares his card with mine, mine being the lower valued one. I know that I'm out of this round at that point, but what ...
We have a group of 5 or so people that enjoy playing Love Letter to fill in a few spare moments at work over lunch or at the end of the day. The key elements are the game is interesting, fast paced, ...
Love letter was a surprise hit in my group. Everybody enjoys the fast pace and player interaction. It's just a shame that it only allows up to 4 players, because it seems like it would be better for ...