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'Forfeiting' design decision for flexibility?

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Total aside, but Vampire/Jyhad plays best with around four players, as then the table mechanics come into play.  You can only intercept or attack the people to your left or right, and you only get rewarded for killing your opponent to your left (or was it right), basically, in one direction, you have your prey, and in another you have your predator.  And then you have to worry about the players you can't reach, calling votes and doing other shenanigans that can affect you indirectly.

 

And yeah, it's probably deader than a doornail, so good luck finding four players =)

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Total aside, but Vampire/Jyhad plays best with around four players, as then the table mechanics come into play.  You can only intercept or attack the people to your left or right, and you only get rewarded for killing your opponent to your left (or was it right), basically, in one direction, you have your prey, and in another you have your predator.  And then you have to worry about the players you can't reach, calling votes and doing other shenanigans that can affect you indirectly.

 

A short while before giving up on Magic, I actually inserted this house rule for 3 player games to avoid the constant 2v1 shifts that weren't so fun. It was fun too, it's one of the things I really liked about Jyhad.

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