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Jul
16
comment Battlestar Galactica: How to balance core game
Yes, but do you regularly overspend? I think this is purely an experience thing. Eventually everyone will get better at weeding out the Cylons and they will find it increasingly difficult to win. Either way, the quote from the rulebook answers your question.
Jul
16
comment Battlestar Galactica: How to balance core game
Are you regularly 'overcooking' skill checks? You should go around the table asking how much everyone can help (without being specific, as per the secrecy rules). Sometimes it's more worthwhile to "auto-fail" skillchecks by everyone electing not to play in and save cards for something more dangerous. 'Investigative Committee' cards (yellow) are useful for making sure you don't hugely over-spending.
Jul
16
answered Battlestar Galactica: How to balance core game
Jun
8
answered The Inner Sanctum Sealed Door and Objective 1C
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comment Who gets magic if the Fallen Kingdom Ghoul destroys itself?
I think that follows, yes.
Mar
9
answered Who gets magic if the Fallen Kingdom Ghoul destroys itself?
Nov
28
comment Mansions of Madness - Loss of Vision
Hi there, could you provide the exact wording on the "Loss of Vision" card please?
Nov
8
answered Splitting Movement and Power Tokens
Aug
22
comment Settlers Of Catan - discarding cards when rolling 7
If there's no explicit mention of it in the rules, then it has to be simultaneous and face-down as described here. No other way to do it fairly.
Aug
4
answered Can fire spread to rooms that are connected via a ladder?
Aug
4
comment Can fire spread to rooms that are connected via a ladder?
Can you provide the wording of the Pyromaniac card please?
Aug
4
answered Does attempting a puzzle require a movement point or an action point?
Jul
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Jul
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answered The Resistance doesn't work when resistance members don't care about losing
Jun
5
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Jun
5
comment Should you reveal who was a spy and who wasn't at the end of a game?
Well the comparison to poker doesn't hold up, because you know specifically which player won the pot! Either way, this is very strange. I'd have a distinct feeling of 'lack of closure' if I lost and didn't find out who'd been lying to me. Similarly, if I'd just spent the last 30-45 minutes lying to people's faces and stressing out about not getting caught - you're bloody right I'm going to celebrate if I successfully trick them!
Jun
5
comment Should you reveal who was a spy and who wasn't at the end of a game?
The whole point (if you play with people multiple times) is to trick them! Of course you should change your behaviour to make yourself unpredictable/more convincing.
Jun
5
comment Should you reveal who was a spy and who wasn't at the end of a game?
This question is baffling! How does this even work? Do you stipulate at the start "after the game is over, whatever you do don't celebrate!" Why would you not celebrate? When the game ends does everyone just stand up and walk away? /confused
Jun
5
answered Does “next” in line-of-succession mean “first remaining” in line-of-succession?