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Dan Venables
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We like both the decks and so try to alternate between them each time playing FoTM. However we often forget which deck we played last as they seem so similar! Is there any noticeable differences between them?
 
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Bryan Thunkd
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I'm at least 90% sure that the decks aren't simply identical decks that were labelled E and F.
 
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I'm 100% positive that they are not identical. FOTM makes Gric that much better
 
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Fizbin44 wrote:
I'm 100% positive that they are not identical. FOTM makes Gric that much better
By any chance did you hear a whoosh sound passing over your head?
 
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swfcdan wrote:
We like both the decks and so try to alternate between them each time playing FoTM. However we often forget which deck we played last as they seem so similar! Is there any noticeable differences between them?


From my review of the expansion: "The E-Deck has a higher proportion of cards yielding victory points (42% vs 33%), and both decks have the same ratio of cards with prerequisites for play (58%), half of which involve Improvements (weighted toward Major Improvements in the F-Deck). About 70% of the cards require the expansion to be playable; the ones that don’t are split evenly between the two decks. Passing cards comprise about a seventh of the total, again split pretty much evenly."
 
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