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Asa Swain
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I'm looking into buying Crusader Rex and had a few basic questions:

1. What's the width of the gameboard? I'm trying to figure out if it will fit on my card table.

2. When one player is sieging another player's castle, do you indicate this by laying the siegeing player's piece face up? If so, how do you remember what their current strength is?
 
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Pierce Ostrander
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1. About 12" or so - not very wide. Length is maybe 2.5 feet.

2. You just orient them so the current strengths all face the same way... usually away from you with the bottom edge toward the controlling player. It's easy.

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Bill Powers
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1 - I dont know the width of the board exactly, but if memory serves it will fit on a card table, but just barely.

2 - When you lay the blocks face up, the strength is still at the top. They are laying on their backs with the current strengh facing your opponent.
 
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Thanks. I see a multitude of player aids, Fubar, which ones are yours? When learning a lot of rules at once, player aids are useful, especially with all the new battle rules.
 
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