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Dec
25
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
25
awarded  Yearling
Dec
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
23
answered Is it required that someone is Admiral?
Jan
15
comment Can I voluntarily kill my own units?
Yep, 1873 is correct - you can't kill your own units at will. For starters, just think about how much the balance and layout of units would shift every time a Mustering card came up?
Jan
14
revised Alternatives to the Sympathiser in Battlestar Galactica
Fixed grammar
Nov
21
comment Is house Baratheon meant to be able to expand this quickly?
Well I'm only working from memory, so that could still be right. As Baratheon push South to do a land grab, everyone else needs to get on the offensive and attack on the other front(s)!
Nov
20
awarded  Editor
Nov
20
revised Is house Baratheon meant to be able to expand this quickly?
added 13 characters in body
Nov
20
answered Is house Baratheon meant to be able to expand this quickly?
Oct
3
comment Game of Thrones: ship rules
Further to sitnaltax's very good answer, I'm pretty concerned by the line "an empty one, not carrying land units" - Ships do not (and cannot) "carry" any units. Ship Transport simply creates the effect of making land areas considered adjacent when connected by one or more sea areas containing your ships.
Aug
13
awarded  Critic
Jul
16
comment Alternatives to the Sympathiser in Battlestar Galactica
Well, it is good, but it's fairly advanced as well. If you've only played the base game a few times I wouldn't plump for it just yet. It adds a whole load of new rules, new mechanics and an entirely new end game. As much as I love Pegasus, I do think the base game is beautifully... "pure".
Jul
12
answered Alternatives to the Sympathiser in Battlestar Galactica
Apr
22
awarded  Yearling
Feb
7
answered Supporting Routed Units in A Game of Thrones
Feb
7
answered Can you support through ships in Game of Thrones?
May
4
comment The fear of door knobs and being moved by the keeper
Sorry, I meant I think the investigator should only roll once per door per turn. So for example the Keeper plays a Mythos card that forces him through the door in the Investigators turn and then if the Keeper moves him in the Keeper turn, he should roll roll again - That means the Keeper can mess with the Investigator a bit with Mythos and Keeper Actions but stops him from using the same action (most likely "Uncontrollable Urges") multiple times in his turn to keep forcing horror tests.
May
3
answered The fear of door knobs and being moved by the keeper
May
3
comment Drop or Discard in Mansion of Madness?
Yep, you discard the weapon.