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  1. Just curious how they decide on silver line games. The Red October is new but on there. Arkham horror is a remake and a high money maker but not on there. Just trying to figure this out. Guess I am bored.
  2. If I wish, can I mid-play kill units (e.g. reduce 2 units to 1)? Or does discarding units HAVE to be forced into play by supply limits being exceeded by such events as retreating, adjusting supply, etc. Example: I'm at step 5 on the supply track (4|3|2|2). I have already filled up my max quota of 4 armies in total as follows: 4|2|2|2. Now I desperately want to split my army of 4 units into two smaller ones. Can I now, mid-play, reduce one of my 2-man-armies on the map to 1 unit, then proceed with my march order for the 4-man-army and do the split? (P.S. I would presume that discarding units - without being forced to do so - is not allowed. The only thing I found about it was in the case of retreating and getting in conflict with supply limits, you have to choose units from the retreating army to discard. If you can't randomly discard units from another area when retreating, I presume you can't randomly discard units at any time. Just want to double check with you experts to be sure.)
  3. I can't seem to quite figure out how cards like Amanda Sharpe's Pass/Fail work where it states, "...put a Clue token on this Card" http://www.arkhamhorrorwiki.com/File%3APsAmandaSharpeFront.png Do these clue tokens become usable as a bank of clue tokens, such as when sealing a gate? Do you get to use them once the condition has passed or failed, and they are put into your normal clue token pool? Or are these simply markers, unusable and lost when passed/failed?
  4. I don't know if anyone has already considered this on either site - but how good would a marriage of these two games be(that is, Battles of Westeros and A Game of Thrones)? You would use Game of Thrones as a campaign map, jockeying for position with your units, and then, dependent on the amount of forces fielded, play a Battles of Westeros set-up to resolve the outcome. I imagine you would need some means of working out the lay-out of the terrain thatwould be equitable, and a suitable set-up to enable the game to be played out as a straightforward skirmish battle, an ambush perhaps or some other situation that would suit with the location and predominant terrain. The Storm of Swords expansion for A Game of thrones would be even better suited because of its focus on the area around the Riverlands, and its specific focus (or at least closer focus) on Lannister and Stark. The significant problem is that BoW does not provide models for Baratheon, Greyjoy, Tyrell, Frey, Martell, Arryn etc... - and so this is not something that you could do immediately - but the use of these two systems together would seem like a grand project! What do aGoT players think?
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