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Krasorias

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  1. Alright. You helped very much with choosing what I would buy. I finally chose Star Wars because it seems very easy to jump in, and all of my friends know this franchise so it would be even easier to explain stuff like committing to the force, etc. You were extremely helpful with the information you provided me! Thank you very much!
  2. Thank you very much for the reply Devon. The thing I don't know how to feel about is the fact that both Netrunner and Star Wars have been around for a while and a lot of force/data packs have been released, whereas Conquest is relatively new and the first cycle is yet to be fully released. Would this prove a big of an impact on casual play? Which would be better to get according to this criteria? Otherwise I chose exactly these 3 because they are Sci-Fi. I already own the board game Descent: Journeys in the Dark, which is a fantasy board game and now I wanted something on the opposite end of the genre spectrum. As far as what I like about each goes: Star Wars looks simple in terms of objective cards that define your deck and gameplay and this appeals to me. It also uses iconic characters from this franchise and I like that as well. The whole concept of Netrunner is very intriguing and the general 'techy' feel of everything is just amazing(from the card names to the overall look) What I like about Conquest is the WH40K universe but other than that I consider buying it solely because the game is new and looks easy to play and understand. I guess I am looking for something a bit easier to get into. And I'm guessing Netrunner is not the perfect choice for a newbie in card games. If I am correct, let me know.
  3. I have never played an LCG before and I am scarcely familiar with card games. I need an LCG that I can play with my friends. After a long time of browsing the web in order to figure out which I would like to play and which appeals to me the most I ended up with these options, I just cannot decide which I like more. Which of these would you recommend to a total newbie that wants to play non-competitively, just for fun with friends?
  4. On rewards only specific rumor quests to the extent the cards say that you do. On some quest setups it will say to do X if the overlord won the quest. If that quest was unplayed, you assume the overlord won the quest for setup purposes. Correct. However, just to be clear- say that neither "The Dawnlade" or "The Desecrated Tomb" is played, the OL would not just receive the Duskblade to equip to any lieutenant he chooses. Thank you, exactly what I needed. Unfortunately I haven't played a campaign yet with my friends and I still don't know what scenario can occur so I'm guessing the Duskblade is the only obtainable item that you can go without(?)
  5. On rewards only specific rumor quests to the extent the cards say that you do. On some quest setups it will say to do X if the overlord won the quest. If that quest was unplayed, you assume the overlord won the quest for setup purposes. what is a rumour quest?
  6. I have a question. Forgive me for bumping such an old thread but I was wondering the same thing just like the OP and now that I found this thread and the thorough answers of Steve-O I can't help myself but ask here. As the OL, do I receive the rewards of the quests the players did not attempt?
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