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Henry Matheson
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If I own two sets of this game and combine them what impact will that have. Will it simply make it better for larger player count games? Will I be able to play up to 12 players?

Some games when you add more it has a benefit and I am wondering what it might be for this game.

To clarify: I mean two copies of this game combined.
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Matt Saunders
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Henry,

Wow! Nobody has asked that question before, so I'm not sure how to answer. The game is set up with one neighborhood per player. Because each game only comes with six neighborhoods (and matching bid tokens), you wouldn't be able to play with more than six neighborhoods.

I suppose if you wanted to try, you could set up six neighborhoods (leaving the other game's set of contracts and neighborhood cards in the other box), and then double up all the rest of the cards. I'm not sure I'd recommend doing this, but hey, if you are willing to try, I'd love to hear the results. You might discover an epic variant. whistle

-Matt
 
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