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Subject: Can no one choose to be Judge in the Great Compromise? rss

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Darren Semmen
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Can no one choose to be Judge in the Great Compromise? What happens then?
 
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Matthew Gabbert
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Darren23 wrote:
Can no one choose to be Judge in the Great Compromise? What happens then?


I asked this in the PnP thread. The answer I got was: "Then no compromise takes place and you proceed as usual"
 
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Correct. It is possible for no one to be the judge.

However, I have never seen this happen. I HAVE however, seen a couple games where it almost happened, and only the last player chose to be the judge, after waffling. So obviously it can occur.
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I think this may be worth making more explicit, since my first thought was "Obviously there's a do-over next turn, just like the Chaos Rift segment. Grey Age continues while deities send out for beer and sandwiches in Hell committee room #294."

I suspect it's indeed much less likely to happen than first meets the eye. A player may be thinking, how bad if I have to give someone else 4VPs. But then they'll have to consider how much worse if someone else ends up as Judge...
 
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