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May
8
reviewed Reviewed Othello (Reversi) Online community
May
8
reviewed Reviewed Number of Agenda Cards Scored
May
8
comment Number of Agenda Cards Scored
Welcome to BCG.SE. It's not very clear what you're asking here. Unless an agenda is unique (i.e. has a diamond next to the name), you can score more than one with the same name. I'm not sure what else you might be referring to by "type" of agenda.
May
7
awarded  Notable Question
May
6
accepted How do “Run” Events interact with effects that change the server you're running on?
May
6
reviewed Reviewed Best way to get into Pokemon?
May
6
revised Best way to get into Pokemon?
presumably a word was missed out here
May
2
reviewed No Action Needed Gods have summon sickness?
May
2
reviewed No Action Needed Which effect triggers first in MTG: Mage Slayer or Mystifying Maze
May
2
reviewed Reviewed What is the name of this solitaire card game?
May
2
reviewed Reviewed Are these board games considered as gambling games?
May
2
comment How do “Run” Events interact with effects that change the server you're running on?
@Nick I had the same reaction actually. Accessing is intrinsically part of a successful run, but it's odd that it doesn't use that precise wording. I guess that's why they used it as the example, to also confirm that it applies here too.
May
2
answered How do “Run” Events interact with effects that change the server you're running on?
May
1
reviewed Close Unique and fun rules for UNO
May
1
reviewed Reviewed How do I combine regular Munchkin with Munchkin Zombies?
May
1
reviewed No Action Needed Unique and fun rules for UNO
May
1
reviewed Reviewed Erasable yet bold crayon for Empire Builder Games (e.g. Eurorails)?
May
1
reviewed No Action Needed What army are these Warhammer 40K Robots from?
Apr
30
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
24
comment Game for a blind person
@Jefromi I was assuming they wanted to play against a sighted opponent. Without opaque sleeves, the indentation on the card may be visible to the naked eye, and an opponent might understand it. Obviously if all involved players are blind, the sleeves need not be opaque.