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Subject: Dr. Strange noob questions rss

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Dan Owsen
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You can play all of these as a force.

Unique figures have a silver ring (there may be future figures that have different ways to tell, but that is the current way). So, you can play as many of these as you like.

You can deploy as many figures as you have points at the start. So, you could start with all of these on the board at the beginning of the game in a 300 point game.

One of the cool things about the astral Dr. Stranges is, you can bring them in after the game starts, above and beyond your at-start forces. Or you can replace ones that get knocked out.

This force might actually be fun to play. The astral Dr. Stranges are weak, but can harass and incapacitate enemies while Dr. Strange can take them out from range.
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Timo Sillgren
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Do these astral projections count as generic for purposes of themed team? (mystical)[/q]

Generic keyword themed team (300points) only gives you one Prob Control for the whole game so it's not that important. I really think it's best to bring all the astral projections into game for free after it's started, as many are needed, and save the points for real characters. Too many projections could be even harmful: your opponent can kill them easily and might even hurt the doctor by putting tokens on him. Also your opponent does get those 13 points every time he destroys one of them.

It's really a 196 point force, which is good as 104 points gets you easily some decent supporting characters.
 
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