In Lackey play, this is impractical, so we do the opposite.
But the idea of seeding only really made sense (to me) in Premiere, when the rules instructed players to flip over the entire pile when attempting the mission. This soon proved too cheat-prone, so the rule changed from "flip over the mission and all cards beneath it" to "slide out the bottom seed card and flip it." But wouldn't it be easier if we pulled out the top seed card instead of the bottom? You'd only have to lift up the mission to get to your next dilemma, not the mission plus all other seed cards. It certainly is easier in Lackey.
Is there a reason we kept the "seed order is bottom to top" convention after Decipher got rid of the "flip the whole mission over" rule?
Just afternoon ruminations. Several cards rely on the notion of a "bottom seed card" being the next one encountered, so this couldn't easily change even if I were inclined to change it (and I'm not. But I am quite curious).
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