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Subject: Glory to buy variant rss

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Maxime Noel
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This one is an interesting one that we tried the other day.

You play with the basic Quarriors rules with the following changes:
-You can buy 2 dice per turn
-You start with 5 glory
-When acquiring a creature dice from the wild, you have to pay it's price in quidity and pay it's glory value in glory

This variant made it so that players bought a lot's of spells since the only cost quidity and also made having a lot's of small costed creature a viable strategy. Also made game go for a longer time.

If you want to try it, I would like some feedbacks, we played it 3 games and seemed really promising.
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thiago maia
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I use the 2 variant rules from the Quarmageddon on pag.10( you can download here on BGG).

1) when you roll a creature icon(for free) you can change the side of the creature icon to a lower level creature side. never a side more strong.

2) You can do up to 3 actions on your turn before your ready or use imediate efects on phase 2, between:

a)You can reroll one die per turn (cost 1 action) OR
b)you can put one creature die on the weakeness creature icon side(it is the more on the left creature icon on the card).(cost 1 action)

3) When you score. you score based on the glory of the card + level of the creature icon.

2 players 32 30
3 players 24 20
4 players 20 15

This next rules are better for a game with 2 players.

4)draft. each player choose one card to be in the wild until have 10 creatures and 4 spells.

5) you can bank up to 2 unused dice for the next turn. stay with that on your bank area. you can exchange your dice of the turn per dice from your bank area.

6) the attacker choose the creature that will take the damage of the attack.
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