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Jim Schroder
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1) Page 24: when I bump a patron from the VIP, do they follow their arrow or always go to bar, then dance floor, then exit? The rules say both of these in different places.

2) Can the Manager schmooze Celebs and Regulars? It doesn't say specifically he can't.

Thanks!
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Great questions Jim!

1) Page 24: when I bump a patron from the VIP, do they follow their arrow or always go to bar, then dance floor, then exit? The rules say both of these in different places. Follow the arrow

2) Can the Manager schmooze Celebs and Regulars? It doesn't say specifically he can't.no, regulars never leave per se so they do not accumulate coins. Celebrities can only gain coins by being pampered at the VIP lounge.
 
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When using the Managers actions to help other stations:

I.E. help the doorman, does he use all the same steps as the doorman?

We were confused on the timing of when the Manager using the action to bring in people, are the ones that are skipped in the line upset when you are the manager?

Do you always bring up patrons from the overflow when it's time or only on the door mans official turn and not when the manager uses his action likr
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Reklawyad wrote:
When using the Managers actions to help other stations:

I.E. help the doorman, does he use all the same steps as the doorman?

We were confused on the timing of when the Manager using the action to bring in people, are the ones that are skipped in the line upset when you are the manager?

Do you always bring up patrons from the overflow when it's time or only on the door mans official turn and not when the manager uses his action


I've been wondering about these myself. I also wondered if the manager comps a drink for someone who's first station was the dance floor, do they go to the bar and then skip having gone to the dance floor or do they go to the bar, get a drink, get served another drink by the bartender to make them leave the bar, and then circle around to go through their normal cycle? I'm hoping they skip going to the dance floor and can basically go to the bar and then leave.
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rccoll wrote:
Reklawyad wrote:
When using the Managers actions to help other stations:

I.E. help the doorman, does he use all the same steps as the doorman?

We were confused on the timing of when the Manager using the action to bring in people, are the ones that are skipped in the line upset when you are the manager?

Do you always bring up patrons from the overflow when it's time or only on the door mans official turn and not when the manager uses his action


I've been wondering about these myself. I also wondered if the manager comps a drink for someone who's first station was the dance floor, do they go to the bar and then skip having gone to the dance floor or do they go to the bar, get a drink, get served another drink by the bartender to make them leave the bar, and then circle around to go through their normal cycle? I'm hoping they skip going to the dance floor and can basically go to the bar and then leave.


Yes! Comping a drink is a great way to force a patron out of a station and moving on to the next! A powerful manager move, if even at a slight cost to the club coffers. You may even comp at the door!
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rccoll wrote:
Reklawyad wrote:
When using the Managers actions to help other stations:

I.E. help the doorman, does he use all the same steps as the doorman?

We were confused on the timing of when the Manager using the action to bring in people, are the ones that are skipped in the line upset when you are the manager?

Do you always bring up patrons from the overflow when it's time or only on the door mans official turn and not when the manager uses his action


I've been wondering about these myself. I also wondered if the manager comps a drink for someone who's first station was the dance floor, do they go to the bar and then skip having gone to the dance floor or do they go to the bar, get a drink, get served another drink by the bartender to make them leave the bar, and then circle around to go through their normal cycle? I'm hoping they skip going to the dance floor and can basically go to the bar and then leave.


Have this one addressed here: http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1663837/timing-questions-man...
 
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magicman6173 wrote:
rccoll wrote:
Reklawyad wrote:
When using the Managers actions to help other stations:

I.E. help the doorman, does he use all the same steps as the doorman?

We were confused on the timing of when the Manager using the action to bring in people, are the ones that are skipped in the line upset when you are the manager?

Do you always bring up patrons from the overflow when it's time or only on the door mans official turn and not when the manager uses his action


I've been wondering about these myself. I also wondered if the manager comps a drink for someone who's first station was the dance floor, do they go to the bar and then skip having gone to the dance floor or do they go to the bar, get a drink, get served another drink by the bartender to make them leave the bar, and then circle around to go through their normal cycle? I'm hoping they skip going to the dance floor and can basically go to the bar and then leave.


Yes! Comping a drink is a great way to force a patron out of a station and moving on to the next! A powerful manager move, if even at a slight cost to the club coffers. You may even comp at the door!


Awesome, cause I need all the help I can get.
 
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