jjh wrote:Problem Cards:
Too much Non-Aligned. Takes away from the affiliation-centric story premise.
I shared this sentiment initially, but they are there to fill up skill holes. Plus, it gives players a 'fourth affiliation' to play, one that has a built in immunity to The Affiliation-Stoppers. At our event, each player had a different affiliation by cheer chance.
How much is 'enough' Non-Aligned?
Keep getting your comments in. Matt's already made some pretty big changes based entirely on feedback!
jjh wrote:What if…
… the QTY limit of any card in Excelsior was two instead of three? I’d enjoy the greater diversity of Dilemma play and deck building (I don’t need to play/hit InDev x3 in each game). And draw decks couldn’t depend on a handful of Star Cards. Probably never happen (too drastic a change), but I’d enjoy the challenge for one of the Acts, if not the entire format.
Probably too big of a change, for year one at least. I'm really liking the cardlist for this act. It gives you an idea of what the others will have when they come in.
The defenders and those who threaten their peace.Heroes and Demons
The welcoming Dominion and the Cardassians who oppose them; Dogs of War