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Subject: End game misery rss

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Lawrence Hung
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I do agree another review here stating that the end game is the turn that mostly determine the final winner, as the game is designed with a mind to have a tense, even and tight game all along the turns. The randomness of the cards play and draw might affect the scale of this end game kingmaking but the first runner up would mostly benefitted from the end game all-throws of cards to the existing leader.

Another unclear VP determination is that whether the unrevealed map should count towards the final additional VP that could be granted to the one who control all the provinces of a particular power in hand. This is not clearly stated in the living rule either. The designer replied that the unrevealed map card should not count towards the final VP calculation purpose. Well, we played it wrong. Anyone who play the same way?
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