Jerrod Warr
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One thing I enjoy from playing Mansions of Madness 2nd edition is not knowing what tiles are ultimately going to make an appearance in a given scenario.

Descent tells you everything up front, which isn't nearly as fun. Last night we played where we simply skipped past the screen that says "grab all these tiles" and just grabbed them as the were revealed on the map.

It's a minor thing but certainly added some excitement. Give it a try and see what you think!

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Simo Ahava
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I would say a prerequisite is that you have the tiles sorted in a binder or some sort of organizer first. Otherwise with all the expansions it will break immersion to be forced to plough through dozens and dozens of map tiles each time a new room is explored

I do agree, though! Not knowing how much or how little there is left of the map makes for a more interesting adventure.
 
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sahava wrote:
I would say a prerequisite is that you have the tiles sorted in a binder or some sort of organizer first.


True. I use the method which I saw posted on here a while back, which is all mine are in hanging file folders in groups of 10. As we know, the game is a beast to organize efficiently!

 
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