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Mar
31
revised Has Magic always had tapped/untapped tokens?
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Mar
31
accepted Has Magic always had tapped/untapped tokens?
Mar
31
asked Has Magic always had tapped/untapped tokens?
Feb
20
comment What makes a cooperative game require multiple players?
Can you describe what you mean by "force co-operation by use of a soundtrack"?
Feb
19
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Feb
19
reviewed Reject mortgage deadline
Feb
7
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
10
awarded  Custodian
Jan
10
reviewed Looks OK Can you back out of action?
Jan
10
comment Can you back out of action?
Can you describe this scenario a bit further?
Jan
10
reviewed No Action Needed In Star Fluxx, have you needed to change how The Computer and The Unseen Force play?
Jan
3
revised How do you pronounce “Hacan” in Twilight Imperium?
clearer examples of pronunciations
Dec
29
comment How to take advantage of Japanese Anti-American strategy
For example, the answer to "What should the Allies do if Japan uses all their resources to invade the US?" is different from "Was it a mistake to move the US Pacific fleet to the Atlantic?".
Dec
29
comment How to take advantage of Japanese Anti-American strategy
This is an interesting story, but you're asking too much at once. Could you add one more line restating your one, central question?
Dec
18
comment Trading in two-player games
What do you mean by "RNG"?
Dec
16
comment Trading in two-player games
But if there are only two players, and trading helps them both, why would they trade?
Dec
16
asked Trading in two-player games
Nov
19
revised Can Axis and Allies be played with two players, and does it require all countries to be picked?
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Nov
19
comment How do the Allies win, given that Russia is falling!
@ranger52052, this is an interesting scenario, but as it stands, it's really only useful to you. I suggest rewording it so it focuses more on the general problem other players might face, and less on the specifics of your particular experience.
Nov
13
accepted What's the most intuitive way to use a die for a pass/fail test?