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boards:dnd-opoly:dnd-opoly [2019/12/03 03:01]
Thingol [How the Board Works]
boards:dnd-opoly:dnd-opoly [2020/01/17 19:20] (current)
Thingol [Strategies and Tips]
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   * Use units from your capital to keep your attack impetus going on the outer board, but be careful mid-game not to get too many units on the board as you will need these units to make an assault on the Tarrasque.   * Use units from your capital to keep your attack impetus going on the outer board, but be careful mid-game not to get too many units on the board as you will need these units to make an assault on the Tarrasque.
-  * Attempt to gain a '​set'​ of units of the same color territories. This increases their value. See the box in the lower left of the map's middle section for the worth of the color sets.+  * Attempt to gain a '​set'​ of territories ​of the same color as this increases their overall ​value. See the box in the lower left of the map's middle section for the worth of the color sets.
   * To keep an eye on how the game is progressing,​ consider using an attack order to take one of the status indicators (1 spot for viewing each of the board sides, 1 for viewing opposing capitals).   * To keep an eye on how the game is progressing,​ consider using an attack order to take one of the status indicators (1 spot for viewing each of the board sides, 1 for viewing opposing capitals).
   * Beware of the abandon rule when attacking and fortifying so as not to lose your source territory accidentally.   * Beware of the abandon rule when attacking and fortifying so as not to lose your source territory accidentally.
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