335Re: Struggle of Empires - house rule.
- Sep 11, 2007It was a great game. I agree with Neil on the HouseRule of "NEW
units can arrive anywhere in Europe". Bringing armies BACK from the
colonies would need a fleet in the relevant adjacent sea area.
There's another House-rule, or House-interpretation-of-unclear-rule
that I'd suggest:
When there's combat, and one side has any army(ies) present and the
other has NO armies, then Army Training cards are completely ignored
for the side that has no army there to benefit from it. On Sunday,
Josep with an army and ONE Army Training attacked me with no armies
and 2 Army Training; the table decided that therefore neither got
the advan of Army training, which was in my favour; despite the fact
that I said Josep SHOULD get the Army Training bonus, and I
shouldn't, because I had no army to benefit from having been trained,
doubly-trained, or not! --- In lbgc@..., "Keith
Dowsett" <keithdowsett@...> wrote:
> Hi Neil,
> I think the disadvantage could also be ameliorated by allowing
> sea in much the same way as for the colonies. So a navy in themediteranean
> could deliver armies to any bordering region. I'd suggest this ismuch more
> in keeping with the design of the game than armies appearing fromnowhere...
> Just a thought,
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