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How many play throughs do people have?

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Everyone around here seems to rattle off card names and other details about the game like they know them all by heart.

 

Sound off : how many times have you played through the available material?

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Like zooeyglass, my play count is quite numerous, if I had to approximate...I would say I have done the core set maybe 70 times completely, and about 4 times that number just to scenario 2, and dunwich I have 4 complete playthus and about 450 incomplete ones, and now 5 incomplete plays of the first 2 scenarios in Path to Carcoas

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About 3 core, on my second Dunwich, and as much of Carcosa as exists so far. In other words, trust Zooeyglass and Starbreaker1. :P

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7 hours ago, Starbreaker1 said:

Like zooeyglass, my play count is quite numerous, if I had to approximate...I would say I have done the core set maybe 70 times completely, and about 4 times that number just to scenario 2, and dunwich I have 4 complete playthus and about 450 incomplete ones, and now 5 incomplete plays of the first 2 scenarios in Path to Carcoas

If we math this out... you've averaged about 7 scenarios a day since it released?  Huh.

My own:

Core: 8 playthroughs
Dunwich: 1 full, 3 others in progress, but we waited until the full cycle was out before starting

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6 hours ago, Buhallin said:

If we math this out... you've averaged about 7 scenarios a day since it released?  Huh.

My own:

Core: 8 playthroughs
Dunwich: 1 full, 3 others in progress, but we waited until the full cycle was out before starting

I'm getting 2 a day from that math, which is quite doable.

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7 hours ago, Network57 said:

I'm getting 2 a day from that math, which is quite doable.

 

21 hours ago, Starbreaker1 said:

Like zooeyglass, my play count is quite numerous, if I had to approximate...I would say I have done the core set maybe 70 times completely, and about 4 times that number just to scenario 2, and dunwich I have 4 complete playthus and about 450 incomplete ones, and now 5 incomplete plays of the first 2 scenarios in Path to Carcoas

70 Core * 3 = 210
70*4 = 280 to Scenario 2 * 2 = 560
4 Complete Dunwich = 4 * 8 = 32
450 Incomplete Dunwich, assuming 3 per = 1350

Total Games = 2152 / 11 months or so (335 days) = 6.4

Even if we take the craziest number in there (450 partial Dunwich) and call "partial" one scenario each, we still land at 1250 or so games, or just under 4 per day.

It's certainly possible, but it does seem...  extreme.

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wife and kids gone for one week, plus i get rewards for playing at my local store, that week alone I played 2 scenarios an hour, roughly, for about 5 days, and some of those went faster than others due to early death/defeat, and these are rough numbers it was an approximation, maybe I haven't done that many, I don't keep exact records but when you try to run through the museum as a standalone and wind up with the horror engaged with you first turn, you can get 3 or 4 scenarios in an hour cause early death sucks, and you want to change your deck and try again.  Maybe I could have phrased incomplete Dunwich better, most of those were only one scenario.

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6 hours ago, Starbreaker1 said:

when you try to run through the museum as a standalone and wind up with the horror engaged with you first turn, you can get 3 or 4 scenarios in an hour cause early death sucks, and you want to change your deck and try again.

I wouldn't necessarily call quitting after one bad draw a playthrough, personally, but thanks for explaining the numbers :)

 

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One playthrough of Dunwich Legacy (which got as far as Essex County Express) and another attempt which I've just kicked off, as well as a few failed attempts which didn't last long.

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