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Alexander Wrede
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I was wondering if there was any reason to save cash during a game. Why would I not use it to bribe everytime as long as I have cash left? Is there any strategic decision or is it just "pay as long as you can"?
 
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alingex wrote:
I was wondering if there was any reason to save cash during a game. Why would I not use it to bribe everytime as long as I have cash left? Is there any strategic decision or is it just "pay as long as you can"?


I think it's 'Pay as long as you can'. The strategy comes from saving/spending your money on Ringers/Upgrades, which might affect how much you can safely cheat.
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That was my sense as well. In basic games without ringers, I found we cheated non-stop because we could bribe easily. Then once the ringers were in there and upgrades, we suddenly could only afford a few and wanted to be really mindful of our cash and when we might need it.
 
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Does cash roll over in the League games? That would be a reason (when playing in a League).

Also, would love to see future card effects that trigger off money (This card is Power 1 but you can increase it's power by 1 for each $ you spend).

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Alexander Wrede
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Thank you everybody!
 
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