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Posted: 2011-09-18
Category: Review
Language: English
Marco Arnaudo
United States
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I must have been drunk while I was filming or something because I kept messing up the names of the cards. So just to clarify:

Action Cards = the large cards with the pictures of Dracula and Van Helsing on.

Encounter Cards = all the small cards, which include coffins, vampire brides, vampire hunters, the amulet, etc.

Target Cards = the type of Encounter Cards that players are trying to defend (or capture). These are the coffins for Dracula and the virgins for Van Helsing. Each player has 5 Target Cards.

A note about something which I hope is clear from the video but in case it's not here is the note: each turn you only play ONE Action Card and that one card must pay for your movement, AND defend you against enemy minions, AND possibly give you a good special action AND allow you to interact with a barrier you need to add/move. So since it is almost impossible to get everything out of each card the problem is always to prioritize and maximize...

You can also watch this video on www.2D6.org!

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