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Subject: So confused about inner sanctum! rss

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Shiver Ali
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It isn't mentioned in our rule book either.

After getting a Silver Twilight Lodge Membership.

Any Phase: Whenever you have an encounter at the Silver Twilight Lodge, you have an encounter at the Inner Sanctum instead.

We have no idea what the Inner Sanctum is, we found the pdf rule book and searched for it and nothing comes up for it.

Please help us figure this out ASAP! We stopped the game and will continue once we figure this out so hopefully it wont be DAYS.
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Austin Fleming
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Look on the Arkham Location cards. There are listings for the Witch House, the Silver Twilight Lodge, and the Inner Sanctum.
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The Inner Sanctum is one of the possible locations on each pertinent Arkham Encounter card
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Cody Konior
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Don't you pull a silver twilight card, and it has two sections on it - a normal one, and an inner sanctum part?
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Todd Warnken
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Austin is correct. The next time the character with the membership goes to the Silver Twilight Lodge you read the encounter for the Inner Sanctum from the location card.
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Shiver Ali
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Wow we totally felt stupid after reading these replies. Thanks guys! Man playing for the first time got frustrating to the point we couldn't figure things out! LOL
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In my opinion, it's the best game available today. I guess I'm a "fanboy". That qualification out there, keep playing. The rules get easier, the game becomes more fun.
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I love the game, but my main issue with Arkham Horror with all expansions is the time it takes to set up.

Normally, we only play with one expansion board or none, while keeping all the cards mixed in.
But having acquired games now with much faster setup, Arkham Horror just doesn't hit the table as often.
We'd play it more frequently if someone set it up for us and then cleaned up afterwards.
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magmaxtic wrote:
I love the game, but my main issue with Arkham Horror with all expansions is the time it takes to set up.

Normally, we only play with one expansion board or none, while keeping all the cards mixed in.
But having acquired games now with much faster setup, Arkham Horror just doesn't hit the table as often.
We'd play it more frequently if someone set it up for us and then cleaned up afterwards.


We found a good short cut is to bag stuff together in labled bags during teardown. It saves us some time by keeping us from trying to remember for example, what the Hypnos cards are for when Bast is the Guardian. We also have the IOS app, but actally like to use the cards, go figure.
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I bought the initial app but don't use it... there's something nice about pulling an actual card and reading it as opposed to passing around a phone. If I wanted things computerised I'd play a computer game... right? ;-)

Also every add-on deck costs a dollar or two as an in-app purchase. Annoying.
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There are plenty of examples of AH fans using creative storage to make the game set up easier. I myself took an old heirloom style silverware box and used it to house the game with the expansions seperated in little folders. Setup takes almost no time, but the trade off is that you take the time AFTER the game setting it up for the next game.

These links

http://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/38929/item/1284670#item128...
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/5011217#5011217


lead to pictures of my storage solution. There are MANY other examples of creative and inexpensive storage solutions on BGG.

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