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#1 MattMcD31

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Posted 09 October 2011 - 02:39 PM

So at the end of the game week do you do the following? The rule book doesn't seem clear on any of these and it never mentions reshuffle your team deck

 

Reveal all gained Star Players and Upgrade cards that you are keeping

Leave the Upgrade cards face up?

Shuffle all your players back in the pile wiht team starplayers and freebooters (removing a team player for freebooters)



#2 MattMcD31

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Posted 09 October 2011 - 04:16 PM

MattMcD31 said:

So at the end of the game week do you do the following? The rule book doesn't seem clear on any of these and it never mentions reshuffle your team deck

 

Reveal all gained Star Players and Upgrade cards that you are keeping

Leave the Upgrade cards face up?

Shuffle all your players back in the pile wiht team starplayers and freebooters (removing a team player for freebooters)

 

Well I found most of the answers.

Yes

Yes

No put it/them down in any order face down on top of you team deck

Only shuffle your discard pile where there are no more cards in the team deck



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Posted 09 October 2011 - 05:04 PM

MattMcD31 said:

Shuffle all your players back in the pile wiht team starplayers and freebooters (removing a team player for freebooters)

 

You've got this one wrong.

 

A Freebooter ability lets you remove one player permanently from your deck and then shuffle it with that Freebooter player.

 

A Star player is simply placed on top of your deck and there is no removing or shuffling involved.

 

If you had both sorts claimed in the week, you would typically add in all of your Freebooters first (removing other players if you liked), shuffle that deck, and then put your new Star players on top.  You don't have to do it in that order though.  Maybe you got a new Star Player that you don't really care for but he was the best one you could get at the time.  You might place him on top of your deck first and then add all of the Freebooters to shuffle him in with everyone else.

 



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Posted 10 October 2011 - 04:17 AM

Thanks for the clarification.



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Posted 11 October 2011 - 10:19 AM

Trump said:

MattMcD31 said:

 

If you had both sorts claimed in the week, you would typically add in all of your Freebooters first (removing other players if you liked), shuffle that deck, and then put your new Star players on top.  You don't have to do it in that order though.  Maybe you got a new Star Player that you don't really care for but he was the best one you could get at the time.  You might place him on top of your deck first and then add all of the Freebooters to shuffle him in with everyone else.

Part of your answer is incorrect. When you have both Freebooters and non-Freebooter Star Players you must resolve the Freebooters first, adding them to the deck and shuffling the deck before adding the regular Star Players on top. See pg17, Freebooter definition, and pg15 under "Reveal Improvement Pile" It's quite clear.



#6 Trump

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 11:44 AM

 Interesting.  I've never seen anyone WANT to do the Star players first, but now I know they can't anyway.  :)






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