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Old 01-20-2013, 02:59 PM   #11
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Default Re: Adding Monsters to Combat Against Yourself

Originally Posted by MunchkinMan View Post
I need to make something extremely clear, since there seems to be some confusion: Clipper is not semi-official, so please recognize that being a frequent poster does not elevate one's status on these forums in some recognizable way. Clipper is an avid fan with a knack for searching the forums and finding official postings. If he's not citing a source, assume that he's posting his opinion, and that's nowhere near official.
No, no. I understand that. I simply meant "semi-official" as "someone who knows a lot more than I do."

Sorry for any confusion.
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:19 PM   #12
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Default Re: Adding Monsters to Combat Against Yourself

Originally Posted by Ghost_Nappa View Post
I feel pretty confident then. Any advice for playing against someone who cheated in a previous game?
To be fair, if he didn't know the rule, and the table agreed with his reasoning, he's not cheating. Yes, the game didn't end by an official method, but the winner shouldn't be punished unless he intentionally misled you.

In your situation, I'd just mention to everyone the mistake you made in the previous game so that you can play correctly from now on. That seems to be the most friendly approach.
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Rules Checklist for all Munchkin sets: A4 Letter.
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