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Re: [Fluxx] Flowers + Love = All you need is love?

  • FromJoseph Pate <jpate@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateTue, 19 Feb 2008 16:21:04 -0800 (PST)
I don't share the power concerns about the Love keeper -- but
I do think that AYNIL should be strictly a one-keeper goal.
In my opinion, either the original Love, or Flowers (with no
other keepers) + AYNIL = victory, but with both Love and Flowers,
you'd need to find a way to ditch one of them in order to win.

Seems strange to say there's such a thing as too much love,
but for game mechanics reasons, that's my assessment.


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> That would grossly overpower the card "Love" in my opinion (And make
> for some pretty short games, whenever someone finds that goal!)
> Though I might make an exception for Love and Flowers, certainly not
> Love and Death or anything else.
> Love already has Hippyism, as well as Hearts and Minds... Giving it a
> card that lets one player win devalues the other goals involving Love.
> I've always played "All you need" as "If you have more than just Love,
> nobody wins".
> -Steve
> On Feb 19, 2008 4:42 PM, Darren Maskowitz <squitz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > There is some dispute among my coworkers and i about the following 
> > A player has Love and Flowers (love or death) on the table and the
> > goal All You Need is Love is played. Half of us think that the game is
> > over because the player has love and keepers that are not love, but
> > the other half are rules lawyers and think that 2 love keepers are
> > technically not "love and no other keepers".
> >
> > I have always played that Love and Flowers are only love, but now i
> > appeal to a higher court for a definitive ruling.
> >
> > Blessings,
> > Darren
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