Scott "Tox" Morris
United States Georgetown Texas

If I activate an item or idea with a Star 7 on it, does that mean that every seven is an additional success, such that this formula happens:
Draw 3 cards get 2 "7s" meaning each 7 is worth two successes for a total of 4?
Or
Draw 3 cards get 2 "7s" meaning each 7 is worth one success for a total of 2?
I'm a bit confused by the wording of this part to understand if they exponentially get better for each 7 or are each worth one per 7 drawn.
Thanks, and yes, I know there's another question similar but it didn't really help me clarify it.
PS  regardless of answer, this game is awesomesauce!
Edited for grammar




Toxziq wrote: If I activate an item or idea with a Star 7 on it, does that mean that every seven is an additional success, such that this formula happens:
Draw 3 cards get 2 "7s" meaning each 7 is worth one success for a total of 2? This.
success.seven⁻¹ × seven = success i.e. 1 × 2 = 2


Scott "Tox" Morris
United States Georgetown Texas

beri2 wrote: Toxziq wrote: If I activate an item or idea with a Star 7 on it, does that mean that every seven is an additional success, such that this formula happens:
Draw 3 cards get 2 "7s" meaning each 7 is worth one success for a total of 2? This. success.seven⁻¹ × seven = success i.e. 1 × 2 = 2
Excellent. And does the Star 7 on the item card count itself too? I believe so...


Adam Ruzzo
United States Manchester Connecticut

Toxziq wrote: beri2 wrote: Toxziq wrote: If I activate an item or idea with a Star 7 on it, does that mean that every seven is an additional success, such that this formula happens:
Draw 3 cards get 2 "7s" meaning each 7 is worth one success for a total of 2? This. success.seven⁻¹ × seven = success i.e. 1 × 2 = 2 Excellent. And does the Star 7 on the item card count itself too? I believe so...
No, the "Star 7" is worth a number of successes equal to the number of "normal" 7s pulled during the action. Say if you have 2 players who are each able to play a card (item, bonus, or skill) from their hand/tableau. They each play an ability which grands a single "Star 7". Then you pull a total of 5 cards and there are 3 "normal 7s" on those action cards. Each "Star 7" is now worth 3 successes, for a total of 6 successes, in addition to any normal success stars.


Scott "Tox" Morris
United States Georgetown Texas

Bridger wrote: Toxziq wrote: beri2 wrote: Toxziq wrote: If I activate an item or idea with a Star 7 on it, does that mean that every seven is an additional success, such that this formula happens:
Draw 3 cards get 2 "7s" meaning each 7 is worth one success for a total of 2? This. success.seven⁻¹ × seven = success i.e. 1 × 2 = 2 Excellent. And does the Star 7 on the item card count itself too? I believe so... No, the "Star 7" is worth a number of successes equal to the number of "normal" 7s pulled during the action. Say if you have 2 players who are each able to play a card (item, bonus, or skill) from their hand/tableau. They each play an ability which grands a single "Star 7". Then you pull a total of 5 cards and there are 3 "normal 7s" on those action cards. Each "Star 7" is now worth 3 successes, for a total of 6 successes, in addition to any normal success stars.
Gotcha, ok, that makes sense now. Thank you!



