On 6/26/07, Timothy Hunt <games@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 6/26/07, Carol Townsend <carol.townsend@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> My question to the group is: since the con-book write-up
> says it will include "every version of Fluxx currently in
> print" should I include Fluxx 3.0 (as it IS available in Flowers & Fluxx)?
> It is out of print and replaced by 3.1, but it IS available. Thoughts?
"Out of print" is what the book says. I think it's fine without
after all, we've already got 3 of most cards, would putting 3.0 in
really add anything?
> Also, because of the way this is worded, Stoner Fluxx
> won't be in the mix. Thoughts?
I think that's fine - although I've not been to origins before, I get
the impression that it's intended to be pretty family friendly.
Notwithstanding the Looney's views on cannabis, I can imagine that
some parents would be... discomfited if they saw their kids playing
HHmmmm... checking The Book again, it does say that Stoner may be part of the mix - and I did set the age at 18+, so that's fine....
> And I thought about including promo cards - I am currently not including
> them because all the demo decks we play with at Origins are always "vanilla"
> decks. Thoughts on that?
Promo cards are special, and they aren't part of a "version of Fluxx
currently in print". Promo cards aren't available for sale either.
What about the Religious Fluxx expansions? They too aren't
technically part of a "version of Fluxx currently in print", but they
are in print and available for retail sale, unlike promo cards.
Ah... yes... I should put those in. Got it. :)
In that case, what about the 7 card pack that will be on sale at Origins? Should I add that in? They are technically "promo" cards....
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