Barry Miller
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Page 18 of the rulebook identifies a portion of each scenario card (item #13 on the illustration) to "Track your score". As I just opened this game, I wonder how many people actually do this? I mean, do you actually whip out a ball-point pen or a fine-tip Sharpie and write your scores on that section of the scenario card?

Part of me thinks this is an awesome touch, to provide for the players' use. And part of me cringes at the thought of actually doing so.



 
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Byron S
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Never. I don't even add it up. A win's a win, and a loss is a loss. No need for a score.
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Matt Albritton
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Not the scores, but I do write the names of the players and date we played if we won the scenario in the proper section on the card.
 
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Byron Campbell
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I don't write my score there, but I do keep track. Unfortunately, scores don't really translate well across player counts. IIRC, more players = way higher scores.
 
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Guido Gloor
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I track stuff on BGG already. I do use separate paper sheet thingies, like Caverna: The Cave Farmers has them. But the scenario sheets are too precious to me
 
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Tristan Hall
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Track scores yes, but not on the rulebook - I always have a slip of paper and a pen/cil in each game, that way I can track how many plays a game is getting. You know, for when I finally get rid of one. Some day.
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We add up our score at the end of every game (particularly nice if you lose the same scenario multiple times; then you can still see whether you're improving), but we would never write anything on the scenario cards -- I don't think there's space for it either in the German edition of the game.
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Alessandro Cingolani
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Scores in RC are pointless, they don't show at all you getting better at the game.
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Nick Bolton
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runtsta wrote:
Never. I don't even add it up. A win's a win, and a loss is a loss. No need for a score.


My opinion as well.

And I don't like defacing my games. If I wanted to keep score, I'd make my own score pad.
 
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