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Risk: Legacy – Boardgame Review | Armchair General

Ribbons hold the box lid open on the table, and a seal of warning stops the buyer short the first time they open it. “What’s done can never be undone.” Thankfully, the stickers and other included components are hearty enough that they can be removed and reapplied if they are misaligned.

My first play session lasted nearly 8 hours, and spouses had to forcibly restrain us from starting a seventh consecutive game. It’s that good.

The first notable departure from vanilla Risk comes in the way the game is won. Instead of conquering the entire world players must capture four Red Star tokens. Each player starts with a headquarters (HQ) which is worth a token, so controlling your own HQ and another player’s counts as half the points required to win the game. Additionally you can buy tokens by trading in Resource Cards, earned through conquering a territory on your turn. Other ways to earn tokens are unlocked as the game progresses, and this process of discovery is at the heart of the second difference in this version.

When you first open the game box there are six sealed compartments and as you play, events will occur that require you to open the compartments. Inside each is an evolution in the game, and players will go so far as to change the game’s manual with alterations and additions to the core rules.

Hasbro Games Risk Game
Toy (Hasbro Games)
  • Earn troops and attack your opponents
  • Defend your territories when your opponents attack
  • 3 ways to play: Introductory, classic, and 2-player
  • For 2 to 5 players
  • Includes gameboard, 5 armies with 40 infantry, 12 cavalry and 8 artillery each, deck of 43 cards, two reference cards, 5 dice and instructions

We dont see the Chinese sponsoring suicide bombs

by wellll

we dont see the Chinese sponsoring suicide bombings against us
...mmmm depends on how you look at it.
stats (database hacks are green: 50% from china)show that China is a hotbed of Internet warfare ('DDOS storms rock Internet'.. where is this headline??).. the government of China (not the people, they are pretty xenophobic across the board) trades with and otherwise subsidizes a lot of the countries we consider 'enemies'.. every member on the Bush gang-of-3 list, for example.
smoking gun? no. evil conspiracy?.. y'know, i'm not into conspiracy theory myself, and some questions aren't worth asking because the answers are traps of fear and powerlessness. if we play it...

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