Board Game Rules and Review “Say Bye to the Villains” by Kanai Seiji(Designer of “Love letter” )

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Board Game Rules and Review

It’s a cooperative game. you become one of hitmen of justice.

And when you defeat the villains , everyone wins.

It says 3 people ~ (4 ~ 6 people recommended).

but even two people can enjoy playing.

I sometimes play with Thai Taro.

Overview

Villians line up for the number of players.

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Status cards are lined up next to the villain.
The number of cards depends on the villain.

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Many status cards are positive to the enemy.

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Some cards weaken the enemy

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Cards that change victory conditions

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and some cards are trap cards.

The player is in charge of one of the hitmen of justice.

Special abilities and parameters are different depending on the character.

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8 heroes in the old version I have

Players play cards in order
to increase the character’s parameters,

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to check enemy status cards,

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and to give the cards to those who need them.

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If you have what you need, give each other cards and cooperate.

The upper left of the card is the time cost.


It takes one hour to check the status card and hand over the card.


After spending 10 hours, it’s time to go.

Each player is responsible for one villain.

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Add all the numbers on the status card to the villain and compare it to the player’s parameters.

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In this case, speed9, power11, life6

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In this case, speed4, power10, life16

The character with higher speed acts first,


If the number of powers is higher than the value of the opponent’s life, he wins.


If life is bigger than power,


The endured character attacks the opponent’s life with power.


If the power is greater, the second player wins.


If the first character can endure, it is a draw.


In the above situation, Hitman Tatsu wins.

Basically, the goal is to win, but if a card like below is hidden in the status card

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You must draw with the villain.

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You can use this card to reduce your strength.

When play this game with two people, the number of cards that raise the parameters isn’t sometimes enough, and it is often the case that both of us are defeated by the villain.


Originally, the hand is severe, so luck is even more important for two players.


The success rate is about 50%.

Still, the combination of villains and situation cards creates various stories, which is interesting.

There is a rule that you should not directly say the number of how many villain’s parameters will increase even if you look into the card. This kind of limited communication is also fun.

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Depending on the combination, a tremendous villain may be created.

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He is a dark doctor who doubles the card effect of adding parameters

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The worst enemy, Nogami Tenzen.

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I hide his special ability so as not to take away the enjoyment of you. Seriously evil!

Even in the manual, it is written not to be used by beginners.

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We’re random picking, so we are excited when he comes out.

We rarely win.

The target is from 3 people, but I actually recommend it for 2players.

 

 

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