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Subject: How many Command Tokens are *generally* won during a game? rss

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Nathan Campbell
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Looking for a completely unscientific average/idea of how many Command tokens (beyond the beginning) are won by a given player during the game. Do people generally get more than 10? Just curious (haven't played a lot so I don't have my own baseline with which to set expectations)

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Mark Ramsey
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I don't think I've ever had 10 commands. Generally by the end of the game most players have 7-9. This is in my experience only, having played about 10 games.
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Saro Gumusyan

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Good question, since by late game contending players will have commissioned all three starbases and many players aim for the equivalent high command advancement that provides both a command and a warp token (we always use Focused Research and this is an efficient project), so that is nine right there. The winning player will often make a move for rivals' systems (and specifically starbases) so I think ten is a good ballpark.
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Marcial
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Hi,
In my group, we did not played many times and we did get only 7 or 8 Commands tokens.
Good game.
 
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Mattias Elfström
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Building your starbases as soon as possible is generally a good idea. Add to that an advancement or two that provide commands and you'll have 9 or 10. This is quite common in our games.
 
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