Katharina Schrempf
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So, we received our kickstarter version of the game, but we didn't enjoy the light game very much. We want to try it with more people and give it the benefit of the doubt, but we thought there isn't much to do in the game to make it enjoyable for us.

We read, that there existed a heavy version before Artana took over and simplified it.
Any chance that this heavy version can still be played or is it impossible with what we got from the kickstarter?
It's really a bit sad. Would have loved to see the more complex version.
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Mike Beiter
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I also wo7ld like to see those original rules.
I liked them so much I paid extra for the wooden meeples, now I am afraid it was a waste if the game doesnt see play.
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Katharina Schrempf
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We also have the wooden meeples. So, we have the normal tokens unused that we could use for something else.
And one could still print additional material or use other tokens.
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Raymond Chandler III
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Candacis wrote:
So, we received our kickstarter version of the game, but we didn't enjoy the light game very much. We want to try it with more people and give it the benefit of the doubt, but we thought there isn't much to do in the game to make it enjoyable for us.

We read, that there existed a heavy version before Artana took over and simplified it.
Any chance that this heavy version can still be played or is it impossible with what we got from the kickstarter?
It's really a bit sad. Would have loved to see the more complex version.


First, thank you for supporting the game. I am sorry that you aren't enjoying the version of Corrupted Kingdoms as it was released. I would recommend that you email Artana and ask them about it. I am open to the idea of a heavier version, but ultimately the decision is up to them.

Cheers,
Raymond Chandler III
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