Robert Woodham
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Got a chance to play my 2nd and 3rd games, and they were almost as fantastic as my starter game with David.

And hardly to my surprise, the rules are as tricky as they are in every other FFG game, though the game is rather deep and gripping the whole way through. Definitely a Games Workshop classic.

And who knows, maybe I'll even join in a PBF game.
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David Goldfarb
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Glad you enjoyed the game. If you want to familiarize yourself with some odd corner cases, you could do worse than read through a few of the PBF games. Some of them have introductory posts that are practically mini-FAQ's.
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Dan
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Welcome to the hunt and Good Luck!
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Klaus
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You'd be very welcome in the PBFs, we're always happy for new (and returning old) players.

Cheers!
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Robert Woodham
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Thanks for the well-wishes.

I have read many of the highly entertaining PBF games, and will certainly try and join #37 if possible.

Until then, I'll be reading the novel itself. Dracula > Jekyll and Hyde
 
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