On Tuesday, March 11, 2008, at 01:39PM, "Andy Looney" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >Yes, as Doug pointed out, I've decided on a couple of tweaks. I came up >with a better solution to the all-face cards to start problem, and I was >compelled by this argument from Topher: > >> Those discard three, draw three turns aren't very exciting. Being able to >> draw three, discard three gets you to the hand you want faster, so you >> can get on to the more fun parts of the game faster. I'm glad I could help. >I agree. I was still clinging to the Zarcana method a bit before, but I've >decided this way is best. I like to think of it as being Draw 3, Hand Limit >6. Oh boy, that just gave me an idea to combine Fluxx and Zark City. (Where you'd have to control a goal and the keepers that satisfy that goal, and New Rule cards are "in play" as long as a player controls them.) I'm going to have to think about this... >Also, to finally answer Carl's question, I've never intended it to be legal >to attack your own piece. However, I suppose if you ever found yourself >wanting to, you could. One of those rare things that can help sometimes, I guess. >Thanks for all the feedback folks! I played Zark City 4 times last night >and I'm getting more and more into playing this game! It really plays >well... if you haven't tried it yet, you should! I played several games on the weekend. I like it!