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Subject: Possibly stupid question about encountering rss

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Jopie Vlieg
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Hi there,

I can't seem to find anything about the rules in this, but is anything stopping me to use a turn to encounter a settlement, then camp, end my turn, and then encounter the same settlement again?

I can imagine that in the beginning of the game this would be a great way to gain experience without increasing risk of mobs moving towards you as their tiles would not yet have been discovered. Only drawback I can think of is factions moving down the tile (shuffling agenda cards) if you do this very often.

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Cory Kneeland
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That is a legal and useful technique.
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Jopie Vlieg
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Thanks for the quick reply and clearing that up for me Cory
 
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Glad to help. This is one of my favorites... I am near to finishing the bling out for this game...

New metal bottlecap coins, both for 1 (red) and 5 (blue) and victory points (white victory bottle caps)

and I scanned and doubled the size of the tiles, mounted on foamboard and then textured them... will post pics soon.... love this game.

Next, I am going to use the miniatures from Fallout: Wasteland Warfare to play with. Oh yeah!
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Marcio Ferreira
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JopieVlieg wrote:
Only drawback I can think of is factions moving down the tile (shuffling agenda cards) if you do this very often.



Also, enemies (if activated, and if existent on the map) will move faster towards you as the tiles are unexplored so the movement is only one point for them.
 
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ckneeland wrote:
) and victory points (white victory bottle caps)



Victory points are hidden information, why would you use counters?
 
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I am using the scoring variant, which increased the adventure factor of the game to an '11'. I use the new victory caps for things like defeating lvl 3 baddies, exploring tiles, and completing quest cards. It adds so much to the game, I won't play any other way.
 
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Is this in the rules or did you make these up as house rules?
 
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Aaron Pownall
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House rules for entertainment value
https://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/1898923/scoring-variant
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