Strategy help Love Letter

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Daggerheart
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Strategy help Love Letter

Postby Daggerheart » 12 February 2018, 12:46

You will find some advice for Love Letters here.

https://sites.google.com/view/daggerheart/strategy-guides/love-letters

Spread the love! :-)
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Liallan
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Re: Strategy help Love Letter

Postby Liallan » 14 February 2018, 09:56

I'm starting to feel like you're advertising for google, which by the way, just more turns me off than anything else.

There's a difference between safe, and private.

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Re: Strategy help Love Letter

Postby Cappie » 22 February 2018, 22:41

Hmm, it seems to me that he is not advertising for Google, but just for his own site. Dont know if that is allowed here. But his site Has Some pretty Nice articles... :P

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Re: Strategy help Love Letter

Postby Liallan » 25 February 2018, 04:16

I'm not referring to his use of it, but the added comment on every one of these posts about the 100% safe google.

(Not to mention that no place is 100% safe, and safety isn't my concern when it comes to google.)

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Daggerheart
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Re: Strategy help Love Letter

Postby Daggerheart » 27 February 2018, 12:03

Sorry, I promote only my love for games and strategy :-)

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Re: Strategy help Love Letter

Postby Liallan » 04 March 2018, 11:53

You know, I thought about this the other day... nothing personal, it just happened to pop in my head.

Google allows the use of the same login everywhere you go. Which I don't consider safe to start with. (Though they certainly don't have a monopoly on this.) But worse, for work we use the google cloud. Whenever I am logged in there and I go anywhere else of google's, it automatically takes my work login with it. My work login not only requires my full real name, but it also includes the domain of my work. So I go somewhere else and I'm logged in with my real name and the place where I work, and am not always thinking about it. I'm not only an extremely private person, I'm even more private on the internet and never use my real name, and also just don't think where I work is anyone's business and should not be associated with social things that I am doing.

This happened about two days ago, that I was doing some personal stuff, glanced up and noticed my work login up in the corner and had to log out of my account real quick. Which is what made me think of this...

(But glad to see you removed the comment. :mrgreen: )

Yohanov
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Re: Strategy help Love Letter

Postby Yohanov » 18 April 2018, 19:47

Good article maybe you could do one about the expansion which is played a lot on BGA.

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Re: Strategy help Love Letter

Postby RicardoRix » 21 April 2018, 13:49

The link has an extra 's' on the end loveletter's'.

I think everyone has their own bluffing techniques and strategy so half of the guide is just your take on the game and not much use. Once you get used to the bluff, there is always the double bluff by guessing a card with the guard that you DO have in your hand. So the guard guess revealing information is not absolute.

The priest and guard combo SHOULD be played, as the other players should let it play out to eliminate a player that isn't them. It's only the priest effect player that has to do something.

The stuff about ditching your high cards is not hot IMO. I am not going to ditch the countess unless I have something better to do.

You overrate the baron, by eliminating a player you yourself may give away far too much information. You need to make sure the timing is right.

And no mention of how to play the King?

The process of elimination and other logic can often mean that should be able to tell how the final round or two may play out and force a win, or at least see what option is best to take.


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