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Given that this is a highly variable kitchen table game, most of the answers you'll get here are opinions. That said, I think that keeping your hand hovering next to the spoons is practically cheating, at the very least, it's a pretty cheap way to play. Not looking at your cards is fine, but everyone should have their hands in front of them unless they're ...


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No playtesting yet, but I was thinking about such variant. Some initial thoughts: I would sum up the doom of both AOs. If this total drops to 0, both AO's awaken. The two respective mythos decks are shuffled: First stage of 1st AO with 1st stage of 2nd AO, and so on. Each AO has one active mystery. "Advance the mystery" effects allow you to advance the ...



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