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Subject: Onirim every combination challenge rss

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Paul Atredis
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I have undertaken the task to play Onirim in every possible combination, enforcing the Appendix restriction. I have created a printable excel sheet to track my progress. I was wondering if anyone else has attempted this and what their thoughts are on it. I am not taking variations in the expantions into account.....yet.
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Julius Besser
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Do you mean all 5040 possible combinations?
 
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I was unaware of theit bring any additional expansions beyond the promo. I am completing all combinations posdible using the basic varient for each expansion.
 
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jwreschnig wrote:
jayelbird wrote:
Do you mean all 5040 possible combinations?


This number sounds either too high or too low. If you're just treating each expansion as present / not present, there's 10 total, so 1024 combinations - large, but possible. But if you're counting all possible variations in difficulty, most of the expansions have 2 and some have 3 variations; I don't remember the exact calculation but you end up with over 30000 combinations. I expect you'd disintegrate several decks before finishing that...

I got to the number by performing poor math. (Its 7!, instead of 2^7.) I withdraw
 
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