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Subject: Bit Variant... stones for mission members? rss

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I was wondering if the mission success/failure cards could be done as something other than cards. I'm not sure why the vote cards are nice cardboard but the mission cards aren't... it is hard to hide/shuffle such a small set of cards.

My thought, stones... http://www.boardsandbits.com/product_info.php?cPath=1051&pro...

Black for Failure and Clear for Success. A draw bag could be passed around and the mission members drop their stone into the bag. once the results are shown everyone can get the bag to put their "other stone" in to retain concelment.

Just an idea.

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I feel like it would take quite a bit longer to pass the bag around.
If you are worried about the card shuffler mentally tracking which card is which, allow multiple people to mix up the mission cards under the table so that no single person can track which card came from where.
 
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Jerry Martin
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The newer version of the game forgoes the cards in favor of cardboard circles which solves the problem nicely in my opinion.
 
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Syvanis wrote:
The newer version of the game forgoes the cards in favor of cardboard circles which solves the problem nicely in my opinion.
Fpr voting, yes, for missions, no.

I don't have a problem with mission cards but yeah you can play with any material you'd like!
 
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