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Subject: AMAZON U.S. -- Nightfall $17 + $5.99 shipping rss

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Matt Sommer
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Nightfall is going for $22.99 from a third-party seller.

http://www.amazon.com/AEG-5301ALD-Nightfall/dp/B004QPFUU0/re...

Not super-hot, but the lowest I'm seeing it is around $25 (shipping NOT included).

EDIT:

Original quoted price is dead, but there are still several options to purchase the game for around $24 with shipping included. Check the sidebar for "more buying choices."
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Tom Wright
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Thanks Matt, I've been looking at Nightfall for a long time, so this was the excuse to finally make the plunge. Here's to hoping I like it!
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Matt Sommer
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Tom Wright wrote:
Thanks Matt, I've been looking at Nightfall for a long time, so this was the excuse to finally make the plunge. Here's to hoping I like it!


Hope you enjoy it! I'm new to deckbuilding (have bought every Dominion set, and just today ordered a physical copy of Ascension), so I'm not sure Nightfall is for me.

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seems to like it, though.

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It's a lot of fun. And each of the games you (sommermat) listed all scratch a different itch. Dominion isn't nearly as "in your face" aggressive as the others you listed. Ascension has a bigger random element (not meant to sound like a negative point though I know it is for some people). Nightfall is direct confrontation with deck building and a great chaining mechanic where you can create awesome combos. I recommend it but I'm also a sucker for deck builders.
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Matt Sommer
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Tom Vasel also gave it high marks.

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/video/6248/nightfall/dice-tower...

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Tom Wright
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SommerMatt wrote:
Tom Wright wrote:
Thanks Matt, I've been looking at Nightfall for a long time, so this was the excuse to finally make the plunge. Here's to hoping I like it!


Hope you enjoy it! I'm new to deckbuilding (have bought every Dominion set, and just today ordered a physical copy of Ascension), so I'm not sure Nightfall is for me.

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seems to like it, though.



Ender Wiggin wrote:
It's a lot of fun. And each of the games you (sommermat) listed all scratch a different itch. Dominion isn't nearly as "in your face" aggressive as the others you listed. Ascension has a bigger random element (not meant to sound like a negative point though I know it is for some people). Nightfall is direct confrontation with deck building and a great chaining mechanic where you can create awesome combos. I recommend it but I'm also a sucker for deck builders.


I really want to try Ascension out. Although I'm not the biggest fan of randomness.
 
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Matt Sommer
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I learned how to play Ascension with the iOS app (as have many people, I imagine...). The randomness is definitely a factor, but as with a game like Carcassonne, a skilled player will more likely than not beat a novice.

My two friends from work are really into playing Dominion, so I thought I might introduce Ascension at some point.

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looks like they got more stock. deal is back on!
 
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