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Subject: Do any of the expansions come with extra scenarios? rss

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Andre Smothers
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I see that some of them come with more map tiles, ut are thise just used for homebrew stuff?
 
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Felipe Bulhões
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Apocalipse comes with a new story new map layouts for the all existing ones, the team boxes come with new map layouts for the stories on the core set.
 
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Bruno Gaia
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Coiote wrote:
Apocalipse comes with a new story new map layouts for the all existing ones, the team boxes come with new map layouts for the stories on the core set.


(from a poor French guy who's still eagerly waiting for his pledge to come) would you say that amounts to enough game to last for more than, say... 40 games at least without getting bored by the repetition of the same ?
 
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Frank La Terra
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You get 7 different missions in the core game. Each comes with 2 map layouts.
So that is 14 different setups.
Each team box comes with new tiles and a new set-up (using the new tiles) for the 7 missions.
I think there ended up being 3 team boxes? So that makes another 21 setups.
Plus there was a KS exclusive team box, so add another 7.

Making 35 setups (42 if KS.)

Apocalypse has a new mission and a booklet with setups for all the different team boxes, so another 5 setups in total from memory.

So with that you have a total of 40 (47) different maps to play on.

So yes, heaps of games.

I'm working off my shonky memory so my numbers could be off, but there are plenty of maps to go around. And they are all highly replayable.
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You get 7 different missions in the core game. Each comes with 2 map layouts.
So that is 14 different setups.
Each team box comes with new tiles and a new set-up (using the new tiles) for the 7 missions.
I think there ended up being 3 team boxes? So that makes another 21 setups.
Plus there was a KS exclusive team box, so add another 7.

Making 35 setups (42 if KS.)

Apocalypse has a new mission and a booklet with setups for all the different team boxes, so another 5 setups in total from memory.

So with that you have a total of 40 (47) different maps to play on.

That's just counting the officially suggested map layouts. You don't need to follow them.
 
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Allan Jørgensen
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So far I keep finding myself going back to Havens Last Stand on the first map option. Still can't beat sin and I recon that it will take 10 or so games before we are able to play without making gamechanging mistakes and has enough experience to beat sin. Only when we are able to win as the heroes will we move on to new maps and scenarios. So bottomline is: yeah sure there is A LOT of replayability in this very fine game.
 
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