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by Salt-Man Z
It doesn't however cover the coins that one may collect from playing cards like butcher, baker, candlestick maker and plaza.
I would assume that they too if collected in the same turn prior to playing Storyteller would also be paid to the Storyteller for cards. Definitely a unique card that will be fun to learn how to play!
Coin tokens != coins. Coin tokens are only converted to coins when you spend them during your buy phase.
by Salt-Man Z
As long as the robber has the option to choose any of your cards s/he wants then the random draw requirement is fulfilled.
I often stick one card up when I hold out my hand. Sometimes I name it as a currently valuable resource. Sometimes I'm telling the truth.:devil:
This is how we roll as well.
by Salt-Man ZThe cover shown on Target's website is that of the 4th edition, not the new 5th edition. That said, the 4th and 5th edition components appear to be the same.
by Salt-Man ZBest 2-player insta-win I've had was with my daughter: on the very first turn of the round, she announces: "I win!" and plays a Baron and reveals the Countess. I grin and say, "Nope!" and show her my Princess.
by Salt-Man ZI really like The Discovery. How the various features score isn't terribly intuitive (though at least the player aids are helpful) but the twist is fun: on your turn you have the choice of placing a meeple or scoring an existing meeple (but not both!) Features thus can be scored when completed for the most points, or when still incomplete for fewer points, but you get your meeple back. There's some nice tension to the decision-making.
Added to Library: The Incomplete Death's Head # 6 - Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling! by Simon Furman
by Salt-Man ZI think our hypothetical reneger has made a devious strategic move, and I applaud his moxie. It's a shrewd play, perfectly legal, and one that I would consider pulling myself. Having said all that, dude fully deserves what's coming to him.