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Subject: Campaign adventures for 3+ players? rss

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My wife and I are buying into this game as we speak, and there is one other person we play games with that wants to play with us. I'm interested in the campaign missions, but it would be fun if we could involve our friend. I can't seem to find any information about what each mission contains, though, so I was hoping someone here could help.

Are there any Adventures that are made for, or are easily adapted for, multiple players? If so, which figures do they come with?

Thanks!
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Michael Van Biesbrouck
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The base set has an adventure for 3, but I believe that it the only one so far. Some of the scenarios are asymmetric so you might be able to do two people on the big side (each with a creature) versus one on the small side (usually the featured creature).

The OP2 scenario would be great for three people on a circular, triangular or hexagonal field.
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Whenever we playtest a 2 player mission with 3 players, we put two players on one side as a team. We also allow those players to peek at each other's maneuver dials so they are not at a disadvantage.

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mlvanbie wrote:
The base set has an adventure for 3, but I believe that it the only one so far. Some of the scenarios are asymmetric so you might be able to do two people on the big side (each with a creature) versus one on the small side (usually the featured creature).

The OP2 scenario would be great for three people on a circular, triangular or hexagonal field.


I've played through about 75% of the campaign, and I feel this would work out just fine. Even with the smallest adventures at 50-60 points, there's one side that can select multiple creatures, so just assign two players to play as a team for that side, and split their points. With the bigger adventures, 120+ points, it's even easier, as even maxing out the star creature, you don't use up all your points.
 
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