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Steve Lopez
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All these punches and weaknesses. I just got my hands on one of these boxes and the quality and thought put into them is extraordinary! My question is one of organization.

Is there any point in the game where one will need more than
-5 sets of starter cards (unless choosing to play with more than the suggested player count)
-16 Kicks
-20 Weaknesses

Just asking, because I actually stuffed every card from every set and there was still room! If there's no need for the excess ones, I'm just going to filter them out and make a lone weakness/starter/kick deck with a couple different cards from every set, to really showcase the variety. Thanks in advance!
 
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Nathaniel Yamaguchi
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One sets worth is all you will need to play the game.
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Robert Wise
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nekobat wrote:
One sets worth is all you will need to play the game.


If you are only using one set, remember to treat those cards as if they came from the base-set you are using for cards that reference different sets and ignore any difference in set-tags.
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Pat Gagnon
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I keep them all in the big box as I might be running more than 1 game simultaneously at gaming nights.
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Ryan DeLano
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I also keep them all. I like to shuffle the cards together from various sets so that my starting cards and kicks have a bit of variety in the art.
 
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