David Brennan
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So according the to FAQ on this site. You build a mine deck by doing the following:

Setup:
Creating a Mine Deck using Multiple Sets:
1. Use only one set of passage cards, and pull them out of the map deck.
2. Shuffle the rooms all together.
3. Cut the deck in half.
4. Shuffle the passage cards into half the deck and place that half on top.

So now I have the Cynder Passages, does this still apply?

How does everyone play it?
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J M
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You will probably want as many room cards in the deck as there would be in the base set, which is where cutting in half (two main sets) comes in. Add one set of passages in so you have the same/similar ratio to a base set.
 
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David Brennan
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That's what I figured, but wanted to be sure.

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eagletsi1111 wrote:
So according the to FAQ on this site. You build a mine deck by doing the following:

Setup:
Creating a Mine Deck using Multiple Sets:
1. Use only one set of passage cards, and pull them out of the map deck.
2. Shuffle the rooms all together.
3. Cut the deck in half.
4. Shuffle the passage cards into half the deck and place that half on top.


That's actually a very elegant solution, we've just been skewing our ratios by having the whole deck with only one set of passages.
 
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We just mix all of them in and re-draw on a duplicate passage.
 
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Nacho Fist
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My group has been toying with the idea of only moving the darkness track one step for every 2nd passage drawn... to make the passages a bit less punishing. Haven't been able to play test it yet though.
 
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