i was looking to build an Eevee deck for my niece, who is really into pokemon tcg at the moment- and i know you can only have 4 copies of any card, but saw somewhere that the exception is if it is a GX card. So in theory could i have 4 basic eevee, 4 […]
This was a card game where you had a list of what you had to do for each round. For instance, Round one – you were not able to speak. Round two – You could not look at your cards and just play the top card of your hand…
ENG: F Nor – Swe. A Den S F Nor – Swe. RUS: F Swe – Nor. F St. P (NC) S F Swe – Nor. What happens? Diplomacy.
Knowing what has been discarded already can be beneficial to both players. Is the rulebook maybe going with a standard definition of "discard pile" that I’m not aware of? This sponsored how-to video shows it as having the top card visible. But I’m thinking that might just be for the sake of the camera frame, […]
Morophon, the Boundless, his mana cost is 7 colorless mana, but he has an ability that includes all mana types. If he is my commander, what cards can be in my deck?
If a hero walks through a room that has a monster in it does the monster get to attack or is the only penalty the reduce speed? It seems so unlikely that a hero would be able to get in and out of the room without being swung at. Also, are steps considered "adjacent" rooms […]
This Q/A requires both Steam Park expansions: Play Dirty rulebook Robots rulebook First, we need to have a definition of "wrong", here. That will define if it’s even possible for a V.I.R. to be allowed on the Barker tile. When you draw Visitors of the wrong color, put them on the Barker tile instead of […]
This means that this is an extra guess, all previous clues are used up, and that the other team has 1 word remaining (so that they would win the next round). I’m thinking of techniques such as if "cat" and "dog" were words on the board, and then the team’s spymaster gave the clue "Feline […]
Suppose one of the taboo words is "Chinese"; could the player say something like "Someone from China…"? We had a disagreement because the word is clearly a very close mutation but there aren’t any subwords which match (like "baseball"<=>"ball"). We decided that it’s technically allowed by the rules but I’m wondering if that is correct.
I used to play a card game called "King Up" with my nana and siblings, but my nana has passed and my siblings and I have forgotten how it’s played. I’d be grateful if someone recognises it and can remind me of the rules! Things I remember: in the centre of the table there was […]