mjfilla

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  1. Whereas I personally am not willing to pay any additional money for pre-painted minis. If they want to throw them in at the same price, I'll take 'em. Otherwise, it's not worth it to me - I don't see the value.
  2. I hate the minis and don't like to paint figs, so I use the counters exclusively and am very happy doing so.
  3. Cards that are discarded when they run out of "charges" will say so on the card. https://arkhamdb.com/card/01071
  4. No problems - you can add expansions in any combination you want, large or small.
  5. Eh. My box was likely going into the recycling regardless, so if a better box would add anything to the price, I'm against it.
  6. Wait - what? Everyone gets three actions per round unless some other circumstance changes that. 2.2.1, page 24 of the rules: During his or her turn, an investigator is permitted to take three actions. An action can be used to do one of the following: <omit action list> The three actions an investigator performs during his or her turn may be any of the above, in any order, and may even be the same action three times in a row.
  7. I do just use the cardboard tokens. My minis haven't even made it on to the table.
  8. How is cheating even an issue? It's a cooperative game. Cheating is pretty much impossible (or at least irrelevant).
  9. Exactly. If you think it is too pricey, don't buy it.
  10. I would hate to see them spend time and energy on updates to existing scenarios - make new stuff, don't keep revisiting the old.
  11. I would not assign the heroes the three damage if the master is gone.
  12. How would that be different than simply reading it aloud as you play? Are you serious? Let's just say they put Patrick Stewart in a cage and forced him to narrate all our RTL campaigns.... Wouldn't that be better than reading it out on our own? In all seriousness, I don't mind reading it, but having a solid voiceover really helps set the mood. My comment wasn't about having Patrick Stewart do the narrating, but about recording your own voice, which to me seems no different than just reading it out loud in real time. Most people are not going to have a voice actor around to record the narration for them.
  13. Not every scenario has multiple maps.
  14. How would that be different than simply reading it aloud as you play?
  15. We had this very discussion yesterday. I strongly agree with Julia's interpretation. Why would "no investigators in range" even be a separate option if it didn't mean something different than the standard "no investigators in space"?