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Apr
15
comment What is the proper way to split uneven draft pods?
I thought there would have to be some kind of official rules on this, but apparently, the only thing the tournament rules say is that "players assemble into random drafting circles (called pods) of roughly equal size at the direction of the Head Judge."(!)
Feb
14
comment Mixing Fluxx sets
If the different backs issue really matters to the OP (it might not, especially for a relatively casual game like Fluxx), it could presumably be solved by using card sleeves with opaque backs. Or by getting the 2.0 version of Stoner Fluxx, which apparently has the same backs as regular Fluxx.
Feb
4
comment Are there any house rules for combining Munchkin and Fluxx?
I'm not aware of any, but this actually is an idea that has occurred to me too. That said, I suspect it wouldn't be too easy, mainly because of the very different card-drawing and playing mechanics of the two games. You probably could design an add-on to Munchkin with some Fluxx-like mechanics such as changing rules (or, conversely, a Munchkin-themed Fluxx deck with a few mechanics borrowed from Munchkin), and maybe even reuse a few actual Fluxx cards in it, but it'd be far from a simple "mix the decks and add a few rules" mash-up like you can do between different Fluxx or Munchkin variants.
Jan
14
comment Multiple Super Munchkin Cards
The Munchkin 7 expansion (either version) also includes the even better Super Duper Munchkin, which lets you use any number of Class cards. And, of course, 1/3-Breed and Chimera, which do the same thing for Race cards.
Jan
6
revised Swap Plays For Draws and Play X with fewer than X cards on hand
add card text back as image alt text, to keep it searchable; restore the Looney Labs store link to show where this non-standard rule card comes from
Dec
24
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Dec
23
revised Swap Plays For Draws and Play X with fewer than X cards on hand
added 2725 characters in body
Dec
23
answered Swap Plays For Draws and Play X with fewer than X cards on hand
Dec
23
comment Swap Plays For Draws and Play X with fewer than X cards on hand
This does not seem to match how the actual Swap Plays For Draws rule works. It does not unconditionally exchange the play and draw numbers, as you seem to assume, but rather lets players convert remaining plays into draws.
Dec
23
revised Swap Plays For Draws and Play X with fewer than X cards on hand
copyedit, link to card description and quote it (since it's not a standard Fluxx card)
Nov
18
revised How to protect a tribal deck from Extinction?
fix card name
Jul
31
comment Rules for giving away “big item” if you do not have 1000 gold pieces of items to sell
Do you have any actual evidence (rules text, designer comments, etc.) for the idea that Charity is supposed to be some kind of a general mechanic for getting rid of excess cards, rather than just one of the turn phases? I'm not saying it couldn't be used that way (it would probably work perfectly fine), but I just don't see anything in the rules to suggest it.
Jul
31
revised Rules for giving away “big item” if you do not have 1000 gold pieces of items to sell
clarify
Jul
30
answered Rules for giving away “big item” if you do not have 1000 gold pieces of items to sell
Feb
1
revised What cards give +1/+1 counters to all friendly creatures?
use [mtg:] links
Feb
1
revised Munchkin “Shrieking Geek” Bad Stuff
fix card name in title, misc. formatting improvements
Jan
31
suggested approved edit on What cards give +1/+1 counters to all friendly creatures?
Jan
31
suggested approved edit on Munchkin “Shrieking Geek” Bad Stuff
Jan
31
comment How to make custom Cards Against Humanity Cards?
@TomAu: Yes, you seem to understand the meaning of those words correctly, at least as applied to people. It's not common to use "disturb" for inanimate objects like cards, though, except in the sense of "disturbing [the position/order of] the cards" e.g. by slightly moving them, which the OP does not seem to mean. For the presumably intended sense of "severely abuse and damage", the verb "molest" seems quite appropriate.
Jan
31
answered Munchkin “Shrieking Geek” Bad Stuff