Regarding the idea of "it's hard to rationalize getting a new set":|
Of course it isn't!
- I'm ordering a new set for myself, meaning I get all the cool new stuff.
- The old set is a gift to a friend, who gets a copy of the game of their own (slight wear, eh...).
- And Looney Labs gets a cash reward for putting out new Chrononauts stuff - filling the double duty of rewarding a company I like, and sending a message to focus on Chrononauts more. We have enough Fluxx varieties already!
- Rev. Andrew Holt
> > We are now taking preorders at our website for the new edition of Chrononauts, as well as
> > the brand new expansion, The Gore Years.
> > The Gore Years adds five new cards onto the end of the timeline to bring it up to 2008. It
> > also includes three Identities that use the new events.
> I'll be getting the Gore years, of course - I've already got every
> /other/ Chrononauts card. I can probably live without another dinosaur
> if I have to... but does anyone know if there's some way I can get
> 1945-D without having to buy a whole new Chrononauts deck?
> I'm psyched to hear about The Gore Years, but I'm in a similar boat as
> you: it's hard to rationalize buying a whole new set, even with a
> sturdier box, for two extra cards. Getting one some other way would
> probably require Looney Labs to release it as a promo, I guess.
> Tyler Dion