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Part I: Gameplay Runthrough

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Part II: Extended Gameplay

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Part III: Variant Gameplay

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Part IV: Final Thoughts

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33:39 yes, after a tie, the active player must be displaced (to a different room than the one the turn started, if possible), but does not keep moving. Attack cards were shown. End of turn.

34:16 Tula entered the room through a door that activates the scanner, so Richard should have seen her items

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7 COMMENTS

  1. @rahdo 
    At the 30 minute mark were you decided to play the knife. Wow that was a risky move, since (statistically speaking) you had 66% chance of having a 0% chance of winning 50% tie and 50% losing. 
    That extra card she pulled could have easily been a second knife or knuckle. 
    Which means that you just bet on getting a 50% chance of tie or on the 33% chance that the extra card was a piano wire and you actually have a chance of winning (33%).
    That means that by playing the knife you actually had (approx.) only 11% chance of winning,
    Less than 50% chance for a tie (about 44%). 
    And also about 44% chance of defeat. 

    I guess playing statistically prevents you from becoming paranoid but it also has it's drawbacks since the human brain doesn't operate on random numbers.

  2. Wow I just really lucked out and grabbed a copy at the 50$ level on the Kickstarter. Only 1 space left – now most of the project is full!

  3. Under the Bulletproof Vest card I see Knife and Knuckles icons marked as ineffective. So I guess it is not effective against Garotte as you used it on 21st minute?

  4. The Intel corporation has actually registered the trademark for use of the word "intel" in a board game?  Why?  That's some top-grade corporate silliness right there.

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