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Hi, as some our your may have seen our post on Consistency or Logic. The aim here is to give a clearer picture of the situation.



Firstly, as seen on the action cards at the top, numbers on the card indicate damage points ( the side with higher number wins). However, we have some action cards where there are no damage points( Cannot be used to battle)like the bottom card.

As such, should we use the bottom format, only having 1 icon (like the bottom picture) or use 2 icons, but the other icon is blanked out. We are really concerned that the blanked out icon can be misleading. Because why even have an icon there if it serves no use?
All comments are welcome
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Which design do you think is clearer and better ?
Stick to the top design and replace the number with a icon/black circle
Change it to the design seen on the bottom card
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    That's one of the most confusing posts I've ever seen on BGG.

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maycent wrote:
Hi, as some our your may have seen our post on Consistency or Logic. The aim here is to give a clearer picture of the situation.



Firstly, as seen on the action cards at the top, numbers on the card indicate damage points ( the side with higher number wins). However, we have some action cards where there are no damage points( Cannot be used to battle)like the bottom card.
Only if we live in an upside down world. Or maybe I don't know what you mean by numbers.
 
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Can you just use a zero for the damage number?
 
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jbrecken wrote:
Can you just use a zero for the damage number?


Hi, we can use zero as it would become usable for duel instead of just using it as an action card
 
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maycent wrote:
Hi, as some our your may have seen our post on Consistency or Logic. The aim here is to give a clearer picture of the situation.



Firstly, as seen on the action cards at the top, numbers on the card indicate damage points ( the side with higher number wins). However, we have some action cards where there are no damage points( Cannot be used to battle)like the bottom card.

As such, should we use the bottom format, only having 1 icon (like the bottom picture) or use 2 icons, but the other icon is blanked out. We are really concerned that the blanked out icon can be misleading. Because why even have an icon there if it serves no use?
All comments are welcome
Poll
Which design do you think is clearer and better ?
Stick to the top design and replace the number with a icon/black circle
Change it to the design seen on the bottom card
      2 answers
Poll created by maycent


What happens when it is neither consistent nor logic?
 
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Sagrilarus wrote:

    That's one of the most confusing posts I've ever seen on BGG.

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we need to get Grognard to reply to it.
 
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Stormtower wrote:
Sagrilarus wrote:

    That's one of the most confusing posts I've ever seen on BGG.

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we need to get Grognard to reply to it.


He'd want us to be precise. It's "Grognads".
 
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