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Alex McDunna
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When playing on the higher levels, do you still separate the normal and difficult aging cards? The rules say to "shuffle the very stupid aging card together with the other aging cards" which made me think that you shuffle them all together, but they don't say so explicitly anywhere, and the game is a bit ridiculous if you draw something like "suicidal" early on.
 
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Sean Quallen
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No, Alex. The difficult aging cards are still at the bottom of the aging deck.
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'Bernard Wingrave'
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I agree with Sean.

Also, Very Stupid is a normal aging card, so it gets shuffled in with the normal ones.
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Alex McDunna
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Thanks for the input. I tried a game with these rules and it was so much easier! I wish the rulebook were clearer on the subject. If they just added the word "normal" it would make a lot more sense.
 
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blueraja1 wrote:
Thanks for the input. I tried a game with these rules and it was so much easier! I wish the rulebook were clearer on the subject. If they just added the word "normal" it would make a lot more sense.


For level one the "Very Stupid" aging card is removed from the game entirely. It's the only card removed for level one. Which is why it's the only card named to add back in at higher levels.
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