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Mar
29
comment What is the maximum score in Ticket to Ride USA, and how to aim towards it?
Cool! I should've known that BGG would have been a sensible first port of call, but obviously I'm a BG:SE loyalist. I'm going to go read up...
Mar
29
asked How does the RATUKI card work?
Mar
29
asked What is the maximum score in Ticket to Ride USA, and how to aim towards it?
Mar
27
answered Can somebody continue a road after it has been cut off/separated from its nearest city?
Mar
27
comment What does the Yoke card mean when it says “Plow”?
I play, or used to play, a fair bit of Agricola draft and I think it's fair to say that the Yoke is almost always a last-pick card. Even given that Plows are usually very good, and people will generally play them if they can get them, the Yoke... isn't. Maybe in a 4 or 5 player game where everyone has ended up with a Plow?
Mar
25
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
25
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
23
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
21
comment What are the names for Magic's different colour combinations?
Okay, I thought this was a silly question, but +1 just for insane levels of completism :)
Mar
21
comment What are the names for Magic's different colour combinations?
I agree with Alex fully on that point. They may accurately suggest the colour combination, but they have no actual terminological "currency" among most Magic players.
Mar
21
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Mar
20
answered What are the names for Magic's different colour combinations?
Mar
20
comment Are Basic Lands (Mana) Block/Set Agnostic?
The question is a mistaken one. Basic lands ARE block/set agnostic. Though we all love new art on our basic lands, I hope, Magic would get very dreary if we had to look at the same pictures for decades on end.
Mar
18
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Mar
18
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Mar
18
comment Why is Bang! so predictable when I play it?
It's a good question, but a difficult one to answer objectively I think. There are lots of games that are "fun" and extremely popular without actually being very good games (Munchkin is the one that sprang immediately to my mind). Assuming that your group's play is at fault, rather than the game's design, is possibly over-self-deprecating...
Mar
15
comment Why does Wizards of the Coast print terrible MTG cards?
Terror's not a bad card through. It's a great card... until your opponent is mono-black or mono-artifact. Any card can be situationally good or bad.
Mar
14
answered After using Act of Treason and Cloudshift, does a creature re-enter the battlefield under my control?
Mar
14
comment Why does Wizards of the Coast print terrible MTG cards?
There are some cards like Chimney Imp that appear to have been deliberately overcosted (there's no other possible explanation, surely?) just to teach players that just because a card costs 5 mana, doesn't mean it's worth 5 mana...
Mar
13
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