file Abolish Grouping Rule

27 Nov 2012 20:19 #41902 by atomweaver

I think mirddes was talking of odd/even groups only.


im in favour of ANY 2 groups and No crouping.


With only 1200 cards in your collection, I don't think you realize that you'd never win in the environment you propose. I doubt you'd even get more than the occasional VP/ Why hand such a supreme crypt-optimization advantage to opponents with larger collections than you..?

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27 Nov 2012 20:26 #41903 by johannes
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If you really want to debate this I suggest someone sits down and researches some "worst case" crypts that can be possible with a "any 2 groups" or "any combination of even and uneven" group.

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27 Nov 2012 22:02 #41912 by Boris The Blade
For weenie decks at least, the only deck that would significantly benefit from an odd/even grouping is the weenie :PRE: since its big groups are 1 and 4. For all other weenies, it's a wash (I left :chi::nec::qui::ser: aside because I think it is a separate problem).

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27 Nov 2012 22:51 - 27 Nov 2012 22:53 #41914 by mirddes
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are :chi::nec::qui::ser:////:CHI::NEC::QUI::SER: not helped by my suggestion?



is the grouping rule a deterrent to new players wishing to expand their options?
Last edit: 27 Nov 2012 22:53 by mirddes.

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27 Nov 2012 23:07 #41915 by Blooded Sand

are :chi::nec::qui::ser:////:CHI::NEC::QUI::SER: not helped by my suggestion?



is the grouping rule a deterrent to new players wishing to expand their options?


no, it is a deterrent to new players because players who have much more cards than you, have a massive advantage over you from day one. Grouping makes the possible set of available vampires smaller and as a result allows greater complexity through the depth of players who can play at all levels. Man up, go buy seom cards and stop giving us grief. Breaking Group, bad. m'kay?
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27 Nov 2012 23:58 #41916 by mirddes
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Breaking Group, bad. m'kay?


i suppose you're right, i have 1 and 4 so i can buy 1-5 and have little trouble using the cards.

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