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rules said that: "The Leader collects and shuffles the played
Mission Cards before revealing.".what about mission cards remain (un-chosen), shuffle?.And what about happen after all? collect all mission cards and shuffle along with bank cards?
Missions cards set up on single deck or 2 decks of different colours?
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I usually try and shuffle the unplayed cards in with the deck so that you can't tell whose is whose. The played cards get shuffled by two different people.
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so set up is a single deck?
after reveal mission cards. these cards return deck and shuffle at all?
 
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What I have been doing is as follows. After pass/fail cards have been given to all team members, place the unused ones face down next to the tableau. This is now the "discard pile". The card you do not want to play put onto the discard pile. The card you do want to play hand to the leader. Leader then shuffles under the label and reviles. After that the played cards get put on top of the discard pile. Effectively burring the unplayed cards. Team leader then picks up the entire discard pile, shuffles it, and hands it to the next leader.
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if shuffle all mission cards, next leaders must chosen out from there pairs of pass/fail cards each time want to give them for mission team?
 
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black white wrote:
so set up is a single deck?
after reveal mission cards. these cards return deck and shuffle at all?


You don't have to shuffle at that point. Remember, whenever you hand out mission cards, one red, one blue to each player going on the mission. So you'll have to look through them anyway.

The shuffling is just to make sure that nobody tried to figure out who the spies are based on the particular card played - you should only get to know the number of successes/fails that were played, not who played which.
 
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Jythier wrote:
black white wrote:
so set up is a single deck?
after reveal mission cards. these cards return deck and shuffle at all?


You don't have to shuffle at that point. Remember, whenever you hand out mission cards, one red, one blue to each player going on the mission. So you'll have to look through them anyway.

The shuffling is just to make sure that nobody tried to figure out who the spies are based on the particular card played - you should only get to know the number of successes/fails that were played, not who played which.

i mean after mission team reveal mission cards and...resulf. all cards return the deck and shuffle! right?
 
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No reason to shuffle the deck after result is shown. Just put them with the deck. The only reason to shuffle is to hide who played which card.
 
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oh yes! silly me! just shuffle unplayed cards with the deck, played cards after show resulf only need place on top of the deck.right?
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black white wrote:
oh yes! silly me! just shuffle unplayed cards with the deck, played cards after show resulf only need place on top of the deck.right?


That's right.
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What we do is to collect the mission cards in one pile, collect the discards in another (keeping track of who played/discarded what until they're all in so people have a chance at Keeping A Close Eye On You) and then shuffle both piles independently. Once the mission cards are revealed, they and the discards are sorted into pairs ready for the next mission.
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rmsgrey wrote:
What we do is to collect the mission cards in one pile, collect the discards in another (keeping track of who played/discarded what until they're all in so people have a chance at Keeping A Close Eye On You) and then shuffle both piles independently. Once the mission cards are revealed, they and the discards are sorted into pairs ready for the next mission.


We do this, but we only shuffle the discarded mission pile if the mission fails. If it succeeds, there is no reason to shuffle the discards as everyone knows they're all "fails". Then we separate them into pairs for the next mission - or we forget to, and separate them immediately before the next mission.
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iNano78 wrote:
rmsgrey wrote:
What we do is to collect the mission cards in one pile, collect the discards in another (keeping track of who played/discarded what until they're all in so people have a chance at Keeping A Close Eye On You) and then shuffle both piles independently. Once the mission cards are revealed, they and the discards are sorted into pairs ready for the next mission.


We do this, but we only shuffle the discarded mission pile if the mission fails. If it succeeds, there is no reason to shuffle the discards as everyone knows they're all "fails". Then we separate them into pairs for the next mission - or we forget to, and separate them immediately before the next mission.


We start shuffling the discards while the mission cards are being shuffled to save time - if the mission fails, the discards will often get shuffled some more; if it succeeds, then whoever's shuffling the discards will stop...
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