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Subject: Hands on Djinns rss

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David Quach
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Hello,

Reading the rulebook and watching videos of this game has me confused about the djinns that have small hands on them. When you and when others do so and so rules.

Can anyone explain this?

the book says if I kill someone i get 1 gold but if someone else does the killing i get 2 gold. Online its the other way around.
 
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Finite Jester
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I have definitely played it as you get two coin when someone else uses the assassins.

That seems to make the most sense, where are you seeing it differently online?
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David Quach
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Youtube game playes and Tabletop will wheaton
 
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Andy Burgess
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Trust the rules, not the other players.
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Matthew Peckham
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Finite Jester wrote:
I have definitely played it as you get two coin when someone else uses the assassins.

That seems to make the most sense, where are you seeing it differently online?


We do the same.

Rule of thumb: with the djinn on the table in front of you (and facing you), the hand coming from "your" side of the card (the base) is YOUR hand, and the hand coming in from the top is someone else's.
 
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Eric Amick
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velvetvoulge wrote:
Finite Jester wrote:
I have definitely played it as you get two coin when someone else uses the assassins.

That seems to make the most sense, where are you seeing it differently online?


We do the same.

Rule of thumb: with the djinn on the table in front of you (and facing you), the hand coming from "your" side of the card (the base) is YOUR hand, and the hand coming in from the top is someone else's.


In addition, the red hand is used to indicate an opponent.
 
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Josh Wood
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I think Red hand is always the opponent and you always get more when someone else does it.
 
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