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Core Set - Merging Scenarios

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#1 xbluejayx



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Posted 04 January 2013 - 08:26 AM



I've picked up a core set of Rune Age about a week ago.  Rune Age is an enjoyable game.  Since I've become fluent in Rune Age, I findng that the core-set scenarios are rather short .  I've been experiementing with merging Scenarios together.  Has Anyone else did this to give the game more depth?  I don't see myself shoving out another $30. bucks for the expansion and pricey sleeves.

I've been experimenting with merging The Monument and Resurgence of the Dragonlords.

Setup is the same.  Mix and group all 1, 2, 3, dot cards from both scenarios. Add all proper quanities (per number of players) Neutral cards, Gold Cards, & Neutral Cities.  By merging both scenarios, you have 2 objectives in order to win the game and  6 neutural cards to spend influence on. (instead of 3 from solo scenario play)


By merging the two Scenarios together, you get 2 ways to win: Defeat the Dragonlord or Build your Monument first.  The Scenario Deck doesn't depelete as quickly.  A more friendly player to player game attempt since you can't attack Home Relems.  Neutral City Sieges are legal. 


Someone try this out and give me their feedback on this.



#2 xbluejayx



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Posted 04 January 2013 - 08:32 AM

My apoligies for the duplicate posts.  FFG's site is laggy.  I hit the publish button 3 times and got posted 3 times.  

#3 Style75



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Posted 03 February 2013 - 10:39 PM

If you like the core set of Rune Age, then the "Oath and Anvil" expansion is worth every penny. It expands every aspect of the game and dramatically increases the fun. With so many new options, the game's replay value increases many times over.

With regards to merging scenarios, I've always thought that it would be fun to set up some custom scenarios by merging event decks. It would have to be done carefully to avoid wierd situations that don't fit with what you're trying to do, but it would certainly put a new twist on the game. Because the event deck cards have different backs, you'd have to use opaque/art sleeves so you wouldn't see what card is coming up next. You could use different colored sleeves to indicate phase 1, 2, or 3. If you come up with a deck list, please post.

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