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  1. Guys, With Talisman getting bigger with each expansion, and with each expansion the game can last a very long time, especially with over 4 players. I just thought of a way of determining the winner if no one has got to the Crown of Command and killed everyone. The winner is the player/character with the most gold when you determine to call an end to the game. That is not just the gold you have in front of you, but the most gold when you use the table below: Gold x 1 Gold Strength Tokens x 3 Gold Craft Tokens x 3 Gold Fate Tokens x 3 Gold Followers x (d6) Gold Normal Items x (d6) Gold Magic Items x 2 (d6) Gold Trophies x 1 Gold Spells x 1 Gold (Max. 3 Gold) Is there other things I could put on this list, and by how much should you multiply it by to get gold. Waiting for your response.
  2. Guys, With Talisman getting bigger with each expansion, and with each expansion the game can last a very long time, especially with over 4 players. I just thought of a way of determining the winner if no one has got to the Crown of Command and killed everyone. The winner is the player/character with the most gold when you determine to call an end to the game. That is not just the gold you have in front of you, but the most gold when you use the table below: Gold x 1 Gold Strength Tokens x 3 Gold Craft Tokens x 3 Gold Fate Tokens x 3 Gold Followers x (d6) Gold Normal Items x (d6) Gold Magic Items x 2 (d6) Gold Trophies x 1 Gold Spells x 1 Gold (Max. 3 Gold) Is there other things I could put on this list, and by how much should you multiply it by to get gold. Waiting for your response.
  3. Guys, With Talisman getting bigger with each expansion, and with each expansion the game can last a very long time, especially with over 4 players. I just thought of a way of determining the winner if no one has got to the Crown of Command and killed everyone. The winner is the player/character with the most gold when you determine to call an end to the game. That is not just the gold you have in front of you, but the most gold when you use the table below: Gold x 1 Gold Strength Tokens x 3 Gold Craft Tokens x 3 Gold Fate Tokens x 3 Gold Followers x (d6) Gold Normal Items x (d6) Gold Magic Items x 2 (d6) Gold Trophies x 1 Gold Spells x 1 Gold (Max. 3 Gold) Is there other things I could put on this list, and by how much should you multiply it by to get gold. Waiting for your response. WombatMan
  4. Uvatha, I am no good at making boards, but I would like to see what your expansion board looks like. Any chance of posting a picture up on these boards? Regards WombatMan
  5. Just an update on my previous post. My Alternative Ending: Name: Opposite Self * You can battle in either Strength / Craft * Always has Strength / Craft equal to what you have, including and bonus from Objects / Followers / Spells * You cannot use fate to reroll in either Battle / Combat * Opposite Self has 6 lives or as many as you have (whichever is higher) * The first person to take the last life from Opposite Self wins the game!! Regards WombatMan
  6. What I would like on some Alternate Endings is a Final Boss that is always equal with either or both your Strength and Craft including any bonuses for followers and items. This way it is always a battle to see if you can beat them. If you put a static number for either or both their Strength / Craft (ie 12 Strength / 12 Craft) you can keep playing until you get close to 18 Strength / Craft so you know you will win against the Final Boss. Just my 2 cents worth. Regards WombatMan
  7. Adjogi, Why would The Reaper get first preference over The Werewolf? Regards WombatMan
  8. Guys, I just have a question. You are playing with The Reaper expansion and The Blood Moon expansion. You roll a 1 for your movement. You move 1 space and resolve all encounters, then you roll for both the Grim Reaper and the Werewolf. What happens when the Grim Reaper and Werewolf both land on the same player. Which one gets the chance to effect the player first? Regards WombatMan
  9. I know that on Talisman Island (www.talismanisland.com) has under the Resources tab an area where you can view and print all of the rules from the base game up to The Woodland Expansion. As of today (18 February 2015) he as listed The Deep Realms but has not uploaded rules for that expansion yet.
  10. rakashan, The only way a low strength character with high craft can get past The Sentinel is if he has The Warhorse which allows you to use your Craft instead of Strength in battle. You can cross the Storm River by other means including either buying or building a raft, have the Water Walking spell, go to the Tavern and roll (I think a 6) to cross the Storm River to The Temple, and other ways I cannot think of right now. Regards WombatMan
  11. Damzow, I think it would be the second option, just one move backwards then on his next turn the player can again go deeper into the dungeon (or any other region including the inner region). This is because the player has not declared that they are fleeing, the player is going towards the entrance of the region because of a spell (or any other reason).
  12. I play Talisman Digital Edition (the computer game of Talisman). When you fight an enemy with both Strength and Craft and beat it, you can exchange it for either Strength or Craft. It does not matter if you beat him in battle (Strength) or combat (Craft).
  13. I just checked the Nomad Games website. It says The Frostmarch is the next expansion to be released. All it says is expansion pack COMING SOON. Last time I checked with them, sometime in March this year, they said The Frostmarch is scheduled for release in April / May this year. So it is expected to be released in the next month or so. They also said that each expansion should be released about 3 to 4 months after the last expansion.
  14. I have bought the Nether Realm expansion and have come across two cards that might cause you to be killed while also defeating the card. The two cards are the Nether Torment and Nether Blight. Firstly let me take the Nether Torment. The text on the Nether Torment reads: "Craft 5 If your attack roll is lower than the Torment's attack roll you are killed. It will remain here until it is killed." Take this scenario: You are Craft 9. Torment is Craft 5. You roll 3 for a total of 12. Torment rolls 6 for a total of 11. Am I right you kill the Torment and at the same time the Torment kills you because you rolled lower than the Torment? Now I will take the Nether Blight. The text on the Nether Blight reads: "Strength 6 If your attack roll is lower than the Blight's attack roll you are killed. It will remain here until it is killed." Take this scenario: You are Strength 10. Blight is Strength 6. You roll a 3 for a total of 13. Blight rolls a 6 for a total of 12. Am I also right that you kill the Blight and at the same time the Blight kills you because you rolled lower than the Blight? Regards WombatMan
  15. Marboso, All strength enemies fight together no matter if they are already on the board or if you just drawn them. If you land on a draw 2 cards space and there is already a strength enemy on that space and you draw another strength enemy to take to total to 2 cards they fight together. The same happens if there happens to be a craft enemy on a space that instructs you to draw more than 1 card. All craft enemies fight together as well. Regards WombatMan
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