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Raul4ever
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Group for the game

Post by Raul4ever » 10 June 2020, 03:21

I made a new group for all four colour cards players because there were none. The playing community is really small, hence the group should help to find more players. Join up
https://boardgamearena.com/group?id=6389290

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FT3
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Re: Group for the game

Post by FT3 » 16 October 2020, 23:19

I think I’m interested in learning this game but il struggling to get to grips with it.

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Lotus Blossom
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Re: Group for the game

Post by Lotus Blossom » 17 October 2020, 12:35

Happy to answer any questions you may have :)

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FT3
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Re: Group for the game

Post by FT3 » 17 October 2020, 15:39

I’m playing with a group in turn based and now of us understand it.

Most turns seem to involve no choice - clicking on pass mostly, so I’m pretty sure we’re missing something.

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Re: Group for the game

Post by Lotus Blossom » 17 October 2020, 23:32

Yes, with group games certain cards can only be picked up by the person following the person who discarded/drew it, unless it's part of a specific type of allowable combination. I usually play with 2 player, so it's much easier that way (just because I only play tournament these days and 2 player is the only option). Just remember that player order and type of combination is important in deciding priority of who gets the card. Reading back, this is about as clear as mud so I would recommend reading the rules found on the BGA page. That's how I learned and I didn't need to refer to any external sources. Sometimes I find the rules are better elsewhere but for this game, it's pretty clear. Hope that helps!

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