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Hi folks,

Sorry if this is a stupid and obvious question, but I'm wondering why I seem to have two identical decks - except for their card backs? I own the Deluxe edition.

It mentions "Double Deck edition" but I can't figure out if I should only use one deck or both in my game?

I assume it's like having two copies of the full game or something? We intend to play as two players, so my instinct is to just use one deck? I wish the rulebook clarified this.

Thanks.
 
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Use one deck if playing with 2-3p

Use both decks if playing with 4-5p.

Each deck is identical. The different colored backs are to let you quickly separate the decks for the 2-3p game.
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The setup rules on p5 do state this.
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angelkurisu wrote:
The setup rules on p5 do state this.


My bad, I must have read over everything too quickly. Why page 5, as a matter of interest, and not right at the start of the rulebook?
 
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