Jeff Collins
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How difficult is it to maintain information from the end of one scenario to the next if I will not be playing each scenario back to back? Ot is this not an issue?
 
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Juan Crespo
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I take pictures of the boards at the end of each scenario. That's the easiest way for me.
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There is actually a form you can download and print out at the Portal website, where you can fill in the information needed.

Between the first and second scenario you will have to keep track of quite a lot of stuff, as the second scenrio is the direct continuation of the first.

You ALWAYS need to keep track of how many Rare Beasts and Plants, Fossils and Sets you collected in the first scenario.
Also, you always have to keep track of how high each character's health level is after a scenario.

Apart from that, after the second scenario, there is not much:
2-3 - Filled Barrels, remaining Wood, remaining Weapons Level, Remaining Morale
3-4 - How many Shoals you measured ABOVE what you needed to complete scenario 3
4-5 - How many points you scored with the tribes

I think that is it. Might be forgetting something, though...
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Jeff Collins
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Thank you for both replies. I should be able to manage. I am looking forward to playing this with my kids.
 
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