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nolemonplease12 karma

You might should talk to him or the publishers privately?

nolemonplease4 karma

Thanks! It's been great fun working on. It still gets played at least three or four times a day.

nolemonplease2 karma

It's a similar absolute. Never is "I always don't do this".

Someone I know says "I never fail Mission 1 as a spy". So. I tend to take him on Mission 1 if I'm a rebel. If he's good, he'll pass it. If he's a spy, he'll pass it, and we get a point anyway.

nolemonplease2 karma

Avalon is the same basic game as Resistance, but it adds more roles, that give certain players more information. Add a whole lot more intrigue.

See: http://www.reddit.com/r/boardgames/comments/19v662/game_of_the_week_the_resistance/c8rkol5

nolemonplease2 karma

A question from a friend who doesn't want to sign up for reddit:

You're from Oklahoma. So are several of my favorite Resistance players [some from your hometown even]. What is it about the state of Oklahoma that makes people so drawn to games of lies and deception?