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What happens when you draw out of plot cards? Do you just reshuffle all the plot cards left from the discard pile and continue drawing?

If so, this seems like it can create some unbalanced situations with Resistance members trying to stall and draw more plot cards to identify spies.
 
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If I'm not mistaken, it is not possible to run out of plot cards as there are just enough for each round. Remember you only reveal and pass out plot cards when the leader changes before the first mission team proposal of each mission.
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There are a fixed number of rounds (max of 5).

Plot Cards are distributed at the start of the game and then again after each mission that actually occurs, for a maximum of 5 times.

There is no need to distribute plot cards after the last mission (one of the teams won).

How are you running out of Plot cards?
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slinkydink wrote:
If I'm not mistaken, it is not possible to run out of plot cards as there are just enough for each round. Remember you only reveal and pass out plot cards when the leader changes.


You only reveal and pass out plot cards on the first mission proposal of the mission.

M1.1
M2.1
M3.1
Etc.

So at max, 5 times plot cards will be handed out, and there are 15 cards.
 
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Oops. That's what I meant but mistype'd. Fixed now!
 
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slinkydink wrote:
Oops. That's what I meant but mistype'd. Fixed now!


Sorry, BT still gets the thumb for being first in with the right answer.
 
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zeroShift wrote:
What happens when you draw out of plot cards? Do you just reshuffle all the plot cards left from the discard pile and continue drawing?

If so, this seems like it can create some unbalanced situations with Resistance members trying to stall and draw more plot cards to identify spies.
The best way to not run out of Plot Cards is to not play with them.
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Ah I see. We were drawing plot cards every time there was a new leader.
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We did that our first time...totally breaks the game.
 
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