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I advise you to play with 2 characters each, you only have 14 hours to spend with 2 players on a given day vs. 28 with 4 players, so you have way more time with 4.


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It is possible to reach all the objectives with just two players, and that is the way that it is designed. Unlike Mice and Mystics, Legends of Andor has much more of a puzzle feel to it and you need to plan carefully in order to accomplish things within the time limits. Keep in mind that you can move through the castle, that is one thing that often makes ...


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My experience with Legends of Andor is that it is primarily a "puzzle". Time is very limited, and you need to be very strategic about what actions you take in order to succeed. I don't think most 5 year olds will have this level of analytic thinking yet. So while your daughter can probably learn the available decisions and be able to choose ones she ...


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Apologies if I've used any wrong terms. I've only got the German version and translated names and things myself. Feel free to fix them if they don't match the English version of the game. The intro legend is definitely possible with any pair of heros. With some combinations it's definitely not trivial, but I quite liked that about it, that it immediately ...


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You are correct. The hero receives an amount of gold equal to the monster’s gold icon (found on the monster strength track) OR an amount of willpower equal to the monster’s willpower icon OR a combination of the two. Example: After defeating a gor, the hero may take 2 gold, 2 willpower, or 1 gold and 1 willpower. [Edit] and of course, if you win 4, you can ...


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