David Mcgamin

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The title says it all, why would I need the printout for the probe on the loose scenario? Objective markers are used in the game board to track signal locations and dropped samples so I'm not really sure what I would track in the printout. The instructions on the printout itself just raises more questions. The instructions say:

"You may use this outline to help you mark and cross out the signals as the mission progresses, as well as to draw a chain
of signals leading to the probe."

Cross out signals?! Why would I do that? Now I'm not sure I played the scenario correctly. Do the signals disappear over time? Or maybe the instructions are just referring to the actions that move and combine signal locations, I'm just not sure.
 
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Maximilian Berbechelov
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No, they don't disappear.

It's just to help you track your chain, instead of tracking it with your finger every time like "So that's one, two, three, four, five... no, it's this way - four, five ..."

You basically don't need it at all.
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Iain
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Agreed. It’s simply to help track - however I didn’t feel it was necessary
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David Mcgamin

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Thanks for the help
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