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donnbobhardy

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  • Birthday 10/18/1979

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  1. donnbobhardy

    Kickstarter Follow Frenzy

    Me, too! But who the hell wants to?
  2. donnbobhardy

    Kickstarter Follow Frenzy

    near Cleveland, Ohio
  3. donnbobhardy

    Kickstarter Follow Frenzy

    BGG is also donnbobhardy. It's like there's a theme.
  4. donnbobhardy

    Kickstarter Follow Frenzy

    Perhaps put painting discussions in another thread? What do you think this is? Kickstarter? :P
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  6. donnbobhardy

    Will there be real Riddles?

    I've been putting together some ideas for this. Here are my current thoughts. - Detective Campaign - Use thought actions at computers and/or command posts to access clues (one type is harder than the other?). Accessing a clue gives you one of a set of hints about the mastermind (or location of the final fight?). Maybe a longer campaign where the clues from one scenario bring you to the next villain until you finally find the mastermind after several mid-level boss fights. Successfully guessing the mastermind within the time limit grants a bonus in battle with the mastermind: - Equipment card - Extra starting energy - More turns to achieve objectives - More hero options Guessing wrong or taking too long to guess gives a penalty in the next fight: - Less starting energy - Fewer turns to achieve objectives - More villains I'm also picturing a bunch of clue cards. Each clue would say something about a villain and then list the villains that it pertains to. When starting the scenario/campaign, the villain player would go through the deck and pick out cards that apply to their chosen villain. When a hero gets a clue from a thought action, the villain would then read one of the cards. The idea being that no single clue can be used to determine who the mastermind is. Some (lame) examples: - Likes the color green (riddler, croc) - Was in the Hush storyline (I think there was a lot) - Has no super powers
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