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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are there standard board sizes for the industry?
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment cooperative game that is NOT like pandemic, forbidden island et al
Yes, it may be considered as such, but the fact that 1) you can give up quests if you don't mind having some black swords and 2) there might be a traitor, make it different. It's only my personal opinion, not a rule.
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answered cooperative game that is NOT like pandemic, forbidden island et al
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Are there standard board sizes for the industry?
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awarded  Student
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answered Adding money to a game of Risk
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asked Help identify a game with a vampire and his servants
Dec
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comment How can I cheaply and easily create stackable tiles?
3D-print one and 3D-photocopy it multiple times! (Sorry, it's the only answer that poped out of my mind. I hope it made you smile despite the fact it wasn't helpful)
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awarded  Revival
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answered In Diplomacy, is it good strategy to have a primary alliance with a country on the opposite of the board?
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
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answered When should I send my current civilization into decline?
Oct
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comment Clarification about Tools in Stone Age
Yes… but no. Tools may be more efficient, but only for food/resources gathering, which is not the goal of the game. Try building a house or buying a card with a tool and you'll realize people are not that useless.
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answered Game for 2 payers
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awarded  Yearling