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comment Is bribing off the robber a good addition to Settlers of Catan?
@MatthewFrederick And you can still do that. You don't have to accept any bribes.
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comment Is bribing off the robber a good addition to Settlers of Catan?
Interesting. I've never played face up - have to try that some time.
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comment Differences between Clue/Cluedo and Clue: Discover the Secrets
Purists often turn fun into work.
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comment Is bribing off the robber a good addition to Settlers of Catan?
+1 There are other ways to hinder the leader such as not trading with them and building against them, but this does indeed diminish an effective tool.
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comment Is bribing off the robber a good addition to Settlers of Catan?
+1 Interesting. We don't always play with this rule, so perhaps we have a good balance of frequent enough to keep it fun. I have seen someone get a huge amount of resources, but seldom is it one of the front runners in the game.
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comment Is bribing off the robber a good addition to Settlers of Catan?
+1 for game mechanics change exploration.
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comment Is bribing off the robber a good addition to Settlers of Catan?
+1 Threats seem almost integral to the game with or without this rule change.
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comment Is bribing off the robber a good addition to Settlers of Catan?
+1 for a good answer. A rule forbidding all trading except with the bank would shut down bribes, but it would also take away some of the fun factor.