Brian Robbins
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Is there an English name for this popular Lebanese card game?
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Like AndyT said in his answer, the game is 400 according to all the cited sources he mentioned. The difference between 400 and spades is in the scoring, and that spades are trump instead of hearts. ...

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Catan Junior: When drawing the "pirate ghost" Coco (parrot) card to move the ghost, do you recieve resources?
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We just got this game for our daughter for Christmas and have only played it once. Just as with regular settlers, there is no downside to building development cards so I would say there is no downside ...

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Can you trump the first trick in Spades?
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I have never heard of the "No trump on first trick" rule. I've heard that you can't lead with spades until they've been broken (trumping someone else's trick). Can you? Have to agree with Jefromi's ...

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Sorry! Fire Token Bumping Rule
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I would say yes. The rules state that two pawns can never occupy the same space. Since it is your turn and you advance your pawn with the fire token to the corner, it would make sense to return the ...

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please explain how you use the city calendar
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The flip book is only divided based on the commodity it takes to flip the page. They are color coded: Blue for the Coin commodity, Green for the Paper commodity, and Yellow for the Cloth commodity. It ...

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Who determines the target creature or player when a card says "deals 1 damage to target creature or player"?
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Whoever controls vigilante justice and the human entering play decides.

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