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Wiktor Szafranowicz
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Okey, another issue I want to brainstorm with you!

In our last game my group agreed, that some promotional cards are very strong. I played Samuel the Snake, which made it hard to get enough food to feed all pawns, a friend of mine got Behemoth and scored tons of points from guils. It was her only feudum, so she didn't need to worry about the military track... They all seem stronger than the base game cards. Thoughts? :>
 
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Yavi wrote:
Okey, another issue I want to brainstorm with you!

In our last game my group agreed, that some promotional cards are very strong. I played Samuel the Snake, which made it hard to get enough food to feed all pawns, a friend of mine got Behemoth and scored tons of points from guils. It was her only feudum, so she didn't need to worry about the military track... They all seem stronger than the base game cards. Thoughts? :>


I've not actually played any (they've been in the deck, but Royal Writs often get overlooked) so I can't say how strong they are in practice. Having 1 action fewer for the rest of the game is a major cost though. I guess played later in the game they're stronger?
 
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poptasticboy wrote:
Yavi wrote:
Okey, another issue I want to brainstorm with you!

In our last game my group agreed, that some promotional cards are very strong. I played Samuel the Snake, which made it hard to get enough food to feed all pawns, a friend of mine got Behemoth and scored tons of points from guils. It was her only feudum, so she didn't need to worry about the military track... They all seem stronger than the base game cards. Thoughts? :>


I've not actually played any (they've been in the deck, but Royal Writs often get overlooked) so I can't say how strong they are in practice. Having 1 action fewer for the rest of the game is a major cost though. I guess played later in the game they're stronger?

We found them powerful while played early. Minus one action hurts, but forces opponents to focus more on getting food (Samuel the Snake) or grants some nice points from guilds (Behemoth). I think we're going to play the next game only with base cards and check how it works.
 
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