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69 out of 121 gamers thought this was helpful

Overview: So you and your opponent(s) start out with the same deck, one comprised of 3 victory cards (estates) and 7 treasure cards (copper). Also in play are 10 stacks of Supply cards, 3 victory stacks and 3 treasure stacks that everyone can purchase for their respective deck.

Shuffle your deck, draw 5 cards, and start purchasing these cards, discarding purchased cards with the leftovers in your hand, and draw 5 more. When your draw pile runs out, shuffle the discard pile and make a new draw pile out of it. This is how the cards you buy get back into your hand.

This game is, for the most part, not very interactive, you’ll take turns with your opponent(s) playing actions, drawing, and buying cards, while trying to get enough gold flowing to consistently purchase victory points. There are the odd attack cards, which affect opponents and usually benefit you in some way at the same time, but for the most part, you’re going to be concentrating on making your deck efficient.

Sounds boring? It’s not, There’s so much variety and replay value with this game. It’s very addicting and one of my all-time favorite games.

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Awesome game, however… My friend saw this game and decided she didn’t want to shell out the 30 bucks when she could go to the dollar store and get 8 dry-erase boards at a buck a pop and basically play the same game. Not to detract away from the game’s fun itself, I have a blast when playing, but I can’t see paying that much for it.

Now, granted you aren’t getting EVERYTHING getting only the dry erase boards as listed above, but you could easily substitute matching Cards Against Humanity to start instead of the “This Side/That Side” and the egg timer and dice are easily found in other games if you feel you REALLY need them, but you’ll have plenty of laughs with the whiteboards alone.

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