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Subject: Lost Legacy VS Love Letter rss

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KusHniR
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Hi !
I was thinking of buying Love letter when sudnnly one of my friends told me that lost legacy is a better pick.
What will you recommend? Also from what I've checked there is like 6 sets of lost legacy.. which one should i acquire ?
 
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I found Letter to be simpler and more accessible. If you want more depth, try Lost, which is also on sale at FRPGames. Just start with any set with a theme -- or price -- you like.

http://www.frpgames.com/cart.php?m=search&s=AEG5811
http://www.frpgames.com/cart.php?m=search&s=love+letter

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They are very close as far as how complicated they are to learn - not at all complicated. Though Love Letter is simpler.

I like both games, but prefer the silky smooth play of Love Letter.

I believe any of the Lost Legacy decks are just as good as any other to start with, as they can all be added together. However, if you want to be on the safe side start with Lost Legacy: The Starship.

Hope this helps.
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