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durrati

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  1. If playing as Lucius I stone for extra cards at the beginning of a turn - can I devils deal that to get the stone back? Is the the master that is considered to spend the stone or the player? TIA
  2. Ticket pad for your lovely event, name of Adam Worsdale. Cheers
  3. To the right of the picture in his coat - is that an actual cake slice?
  4. I am usually happy to use Wyrd models, even ones that I think are not so good.The Francisco model though I find so bad that it is not going to grace my table - however signed of that design needs to give themselves a good talking to. So, I am faced with trying to find a second hand metal one, or a proxy. Any recommendations for proxy figures? If they are sold by a company that is going to Salute, so much the better. Cheers
  5. For the people that are saying giving the starts and scemes at the start of the day is not so good for experienced players - would have to disagree, I think this sits in a space to give maximum advantage to more experienced players. Broadly players can find out strats and schemes at one of three points. 1. In advance. 2. Start of the day. 3. Right before the start of the game. With the first option, yes experienced players get loads of time to plan and improve their lists as well newer players. But the outcome is far better for the newer player. The jump from 'I really am not sure what I am doing and will therefore probably play like a clueless muppet' to 'I at least have a coherent plan and an idea of how to implement it' is huge. For experienced players, there list might get better, but going from good to better is far more incremental. With the second option, where you get a short amount of time to check and figure out - the less experienced player is far less able to develop a coherent plan so falls back on I know what these models do so will take them. The expereinced player, with far better knoweldge, can go through the 'breakthrough therefore a silurid, insidious madness and a hoodrider should work, hang on a minute want to think through the best model to puts wings of darkness on'. So the less experienced players list / plan does not get a chance to develop due to lack of time but the expereinced player gets enough time to make sure they go from good to better. WIth the last option, - this is basically the same as giving starts and schemes at the start of the day for Mr Bunny, as he will still go with 'I have an idea what these models may do so I will go with them'. Whereas the experienced player gets less time to improve their list. The giving strats and schemes at the start of the day seems to give maximum advantage to the expereinced player to the disadvantage of their less practised opponent. Which seems a bit unfair and I am fairly sure not what a tournament organiser would acttually want to do.
  6. Have also not said that Tim Porter and I (Adam Worsdale) count as coming from the same club so please try to not much us in the draw.In fact, we have never played anyone else at Mofaux so avoiding each other would be appreciated.....
  7. Ah yes, makes sense. I thank you.
  8. Soon going to my first Mfaux tournament and it is using the Headhunter Strategy. Would the head markers count as scheme markers? So therefore count say guild guard 'investigate' - move to contact an enemy scheme marker, or the peacekeepers 'get rid of all scheme markers' ability? Cheers
  9. Well that's annoying.... Mind you, if someone killed me I would probably consider them an enemy........
  10. Can I kill my own models and then pick up the scalp?
  11. Arcanist Thanks for the link. Just to check with headhunter - I kill someone and then place a head marker. This can then be picked up by the enemy for a VP?
  12. Noob Alert Apart from being the biggest track to come out of the Belgian New Beat Scene (gotta love the 242) what the farg is 'Headhunter' as I don't see it mentioned in the rulebook anywhere. What am I missing?
  13. Adam Worsdale - Sonnia Tim Porter - Mei
  14. Mr Axeman That was exactly what happened, so we (I) did it right apart from the 'only a minion' thing, which admittedly is a rather big thing. Think that they got reactive every turn was in your head. Mind you I think I gave it to the lawyer 2 turns in a row so he dud reactivated for two turns. McCabe has a thing that lets him take back any upgrades he has handed out at the begging of his activation. So for the second turn, he took the badge back, cast reactive again and then passed the badge back to the lawyer again. This is perfectly legal (I believe, although I am half expecting someone to tell me something I missed), apart from the minion thing of course.
  15. They were getting reactivate and nimble for one of two possible reasons. 1. I was cheating. 2. I am as incompetent at this game as you are and I missed the 'only a minion bit'. Was probably to busy trying to figure out how to build a milk bar for my droogs.This news is a real shame, as Edward and Snodgrass were both really very funny reactivating. Now they will be demoted to medium arsed funny. On the plus side for you I also managed to miss a reasonably funny 0 action on the lawyer - wont tell you what it is as I wouldn't want to spoil the surprise. I suppose it is good that we are finding these mistakes out now rather than in the company of some semi competent gentlemen in the competition in Bristol. But by then we should have 4 games under our belt and be ready to kick arse (our own....)