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Jul
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comment Would this Whist Variation work?
To me it looks like only play-testing with big enough group of play testers can answer these questions.
Jun
7
accepted Cribbage scoring rules explanation
Jun
7
comment Strategies for playing the Traitor in Shadows Over Camelot?
@xorsyst this is what "the book of quests" says in "the dragon's quest" section Once won or lost, the Quest is removed from the game. Any future Lancelot/Dragon cards drawn will add a Siege Engine around Camelot in lieu of being played normally.
Jun
5
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Jun
5
comment Cribbage scoring rules explanation
@bwarner that question was about why, I was after something that I could use as an authoritative source for our own games.
Jun
5
comment Cribbage scoring rules explanation
@bwarner I've actually read Adam Wuerl's detailed answer before posting my question, but I did not feel It answers it. It is an excellent and well-thought answer, but to a different question. There are just about 30 cribbage questions here and I think I went through all of them.
Jun
5
answered Cribbage scoring rules explanation
Jun
5
revised Cribbage scoring rules explanation
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Jun
5
asked Cribbage scoring rules explanation
Feb
26
awarded  Teacher
Feb
22
answered What are the most busted cards in Agricola?
Feb
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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
8
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Jun
28
comment What are the differences between the 2009 and 2011 reprints of Twilight Struggle?
There is now 2014 reprint and it too appears to be exactly the same.
Feb
12
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
26
comment Where can I download The Resistance rules?
The page does not seem to have them any longer.
Nov
30
comment Are all jenga blocks of exactly same size?
@ire_and_curses, it's, of course, up to you, but my opinion that one of the strengths of the stack exchange platform is that you can receive an answer "as good as it gets" meaning that sometimes only a handful of people can give an authoritative answer and they are not around to give it. It's often the case on StackOverflow when the question is "why [a well-known framework] implemented this design decision". An answer to this question rarely can be backed up by facts if you are not the designer. Still they are very useful.
Nov
24
comment Are all jenga blocks of exactly same size?
@ire_and_curses if you copy your comment to an answer I'll happily accept it.
Nov
24
accepted Why is queen placement on the first turn disallowed?
Nov
24
answered Why is queen placement on the first turn disallowed?