Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Proposal: Victory condition: Fate Decider

unpopular 1 to 7. Failed by Derrick.

Adminned at 28 Jun 2018 14:52:28 UTC

It might be a little bit early, but we’ll see. Add the following rule named “Fate Decider” as a victory condition:

There are two ways to win the game. Firstly, become the first wizard to be friendly to every community and have each community have at least one score in each category of Economy, Culture, and War. Secondly, become the first wizard to be suspicious to every community and have each community have exactly zero score in each category of Economy, Culture, and War. If two or more wizards achieve victory by either way at the same time, then victory is decided by which wizard has the greatest score. If once more this is a tie, the wizard with the most cards in hand win. If this is still a tie, then the winner is randomly decided among the tied wizards.


derrick: he/him

27-06-2018 04:12:13 UTC

Wizards don’t have scores.

Please note I hinted I’d veto things that include Thaums as part of the victory condition, if that is what you were referencing.

I think the win condition is a little trivial in terms of only requiring positive ratings.

Kevan: City he/him

27-06-2018 07:50:41 UTC

[derrick] Vetoing something with Thaums as a tiebreaker seems a bit much. You’ve expressed concern about it becoming a “grind”, but nobody is going to be rapidly burning all of their cards (and wasting the chance to play them to affect the main victory condition) just so they can break a tie.

against Both of the primary conditions seem a bit too epic for a single player to achieve through regular gameplay.


27-06-2018 12:48:34 UTC


derrick: he/him

27-06-2018 14:14:48 UTC

Ok, its a bit of an over reaction. And on second thought, the limited availability of cards limits the grinding there as well.


But its moot because the word “Score” remains, which is dangerous because score is a keyword in the dynasty but doesn’t belong to wizards or communities.

I think the “Reduce all towns to ruins” clause is a creative addtion to the original.

Brendan: he/him

27-06-2018 15:14:44 UTC



27-06-2018 19:13:47 UTC


Lulu: she/her

28-06-2018 03:19:48 UTC



28-06-2018 11:50:02 UTC