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Subject: Unsure about some things? rss

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Michaelo Brazen
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Do we start out with no weapons (for the non female players)? Does this mean we are punching everything to death?

What do the numbers mean on tiles (like the 4 on diamond city).

Does explore gain xp? Does resting gain xp?

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Cory Kneeland
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1. We are assumed to have minimal weapons to use, so we can still attack, etc. Just nothing to write home about.

2. The number is the level of the settlement, ruin, etc. It matters for certain cards, to determine rewards, dangers, etc. Also for the shop action.

3. Explore doesn't give xp. However, I recommend using the popular SCORING VARIANT on this forum to enhance your play, and it offers cool options.
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Thank you.

Also, do we use the cards with stars in the top first? Does this mean the beginning of the game will always have the same set up?
 
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Yes, those are the 'basic' cards that start the deck, but you quickly start adding new ones based on the scenario.
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You had mentioned the number on the settlement etc. can affect the shop. Does the number mean how many items can be presented or no?


 
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I believe it means the number of shop actions you can do
 
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ckneeland wrote:
I believe it means the number of shop actions you can do


Also how much loot you get. For example if a settlement encounter gives you [Settlement] X Loot you get that settlement level in loot card.

A level 2 settlement gives you 2 loots, 4 gives you 4 and 1 gives you 1.

And as above, shop actions. say you have a level 2 settlement. There are 3 companions and 1 item to buy. If you meet the requirements, you could take all 3 companions, but the level of the settlement only allows you to take 2. If you sell an item to get caps to buy another item (For example, I traded a crappy weapon in for a stimpack) that is it for your shopping, and you don't get any companions this encounter.

Of course the encounter can adjust your shopping such as only allowing you to shop once, or it could say [settlement level] plus 1.
 
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