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A Western tabletop adventure of legendary proportions for 2-6 players in 90 minutes or less.
A Western tabletop adventure of legendary proportions for 2-6 players in 90 minutes or less.
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      DSchwindt73
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      All right, cool! Thanks for addressing my comments and the explanation about the Legendary Tokens!

    2. Kolossal Games 10-time creator on

      @DSchwindt73 We have several component upgrades planned for the campaign. Stay tuned to our stretch goals as we unlock them.

      For the Legendary Tokens - these are drawn in secret because they are end-game scoring for you. You don't want your opponents to know how many points will be added to your total at the end. The Legendary Tokens can allow you to sneak into a win - even if someone else triggers the end of the game.

    3. Kolossal Games 10-time creator on

      We have component upgrades--like the dice we unlocked. Player mats are a thick cardstock material at present. Cattle tokens are on punchsheets. Many goals and upgrades ahead.

      MIB has been addressed before launch--Rahdo comments on it over on BGG: https://boardgamegeek.com/video/162592/western-legends/rahdo-runs-through-western-legends…

      Strongly disagree with goals suggestion made. Commented multiple times about this on comments, but will add to FAQ.

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      DSchwindt73
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      Cattle tokens made from real poker chips?

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      DSchwindt73
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      Player mats made from thicker cardboard/neoprene? Pre-Painted miniatures?

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      DSchwindt73
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      How about some material upgrades for strech goals? Like linen finish and premium cardboard for the cards? Dollars that look and feel more like money instead of cards? Cover the blank spots on the game board with additional artwork? Take Rado's thoughts on the Man in black and the Legends into account? I am afraid we overload the game with miniatures madness here.
      And why would you have to draw the tokens in secret?