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Subject: Length and balancing rss

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Lines J. Hutter
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Hi there!

I bought the game a week ago and I like it very much!
I´m not sure about the game length and the balancing.
My first 2 games lastet for 17 to 18 rounds, till about 2:00 pm again. Having only 12 rounds (in 24 hours) to find the 10 parts of the trail seems a bit less to me. You have to find a trail almoast every round.
Regarding the balancing: The Werewolves lost big time. Both games.

Today I tried a (3-player) game with the following changes:
- Trail length: 8 hexes
- 5PP for the Werewolves
- Twilight rules at 4:00 pm
- Night rules at 6:00 pm
- remove 1 Silver Bullet Card from the combat deck (don´t know if this is necessary)

With these changes I had a damn good and exciting game. Everything was pretty close. At 5:00 am, exactly after 12 rounds 2 campers escaped with the quad. The Werefolf managed to transform one infected camper.

Great game.
 
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Daniel Danzer
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You have to play a round per hour. Move the moon horizontal first, then in the next row - then you have 24 rounds in 24 hours.
 
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Lines J. Hutter
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Oh man! That changes a lot!
Thanks for clarifying this.

PS: If you need help with the translation let me know.
I already translated some rules so I´m kind of experienced.

greets from Munich to Stuttgart

PPS: Any idea about my Quad question in the rules section?
 
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