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Jeebus

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Lose track rule in published rulebooks
« on: November 12, 2018, 07:44:48 pm »
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I've noticed that Dark Ages is still the only rulebook that mentions the lose track rule. The 2nd edition Dominion rulebook has no mention of it either. Despite this, several cards are being released that rely on the rule to function, for instance Cargo Ship and Innovation. It seems that players without Dark Ages will have no way of knowing how several of these interactions work without looking online. Any thought on this?

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Re: Lose track rule in published rulebooks
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2018, 08:46:26 pm »
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I've noticed that Dark Ages is still the only rulebook that mentions the lose track rule. The 2nd edition Dominion rulebook has no mention of it either. Despite this, several cards are being released that rely on the rule to function, for instance Cargo Ship and Innovation. It seems that players without Dark Ages will have no way of knowing how several of these interactions work without looking online. Any thought on this?
The main set doesn't need it and it would be super-confusing to have it there. That is the argument for not including it in that rulebook.

Yes it would be better if all the expansions that require it had it in their rulebooks.
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