Post by fireturtle on Dec 28, 2009 14:37:04 GMT -5
Hello quick question (and by all means no offense is meant) but I am not sure I understand what the purpose of starter bunnies would be. I thought the spirit of the game is what happens happens and if you start with no bunnies then you have to figure out some other strategy or barter for a bunny.
So the question is: Why would one make it so that everyone starts out the same?
Post by mandrilltiger on Dec 28, 2009 19:00:54 GMT -5
If you've played the J2J game there is a rule so that you can start with bunnies to make the game go quicker so instead of searching through the deck to find bunnies, I thought you should start with them. There are no bunny blanks for J2J so I made for Quest.
So in short they are to make the game start up quicker.
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I was going to make this card for the J2J game (Along with the "Quickie Rules") but there isn't any blank cards for J2J so I made them for Quest.
The art is stolen from Google but if I made it myself it look terrible but they're still functional cards so I don't think it matters.
If you are good at making art then I more than welcome you to make your own.
This was a good idea. I've made 15 Starter Bunnies for Conquest, but I think mandrilltiger's idea for J2J starter bunnies is a good one.
However, as we've previously established, all of the J2J colored bunnies are themed by TV series. What genre TV series has not been done and won't be done for the next mega-expansion (Violet Orange, Green) nor Babylon 5 (which I'm working on for Black J2J bunnies).
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