Except that, since you're each pulling out of a shared stash, it's not exactly secret which pyramids you're using.
On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 1:36 PM, Don Sheldon <don.sheldon@xxxxxxxxx>
That would certainly be unpredictable... And as long as no one wants
On 3/31/09, Christopher Hickman <tophu@xxxxxxx
> > So, I think second-builder-plays-first is more balanced, and a good
> > answer for tournaments, blood feuds, etc. But I'm not sure I'd want
> > to play that way every time because it makes things more predictable.
> If you want to reduce predictability, why not have each player build their
> homeworld behind a screen with simultaneous reveal, so no player has the
> benefit of reaction? (Caveat: I haven't figured out how to play yet, so take
> my suggestion with a block of salt.)
to do anything bizarre like build an all large blue or yellow
homeworld and fleet, it should work too.
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bizarre, but still playable, unlike any other color