I haven't had a chance to play yet, but I'm getting everything sleeved and organised for when my group is available, and I have a Q about the Reaper: Are the additional Influence cards that come with the Reaper (not the Reaper specific deck) just supposed to be added in to the regular 81 card Starting Influence Market deck, or should I keep them separate until something else reveals where to put them? They're not numbers/sequenced like most of the other cards that come into play at specific times.
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Perfectly clear, thank you for the explanation. Can't wait to delve in 🐠
> If you have Reaper expansion you should add these additional cards to the Item Market. The only reason you might consider "hiding" the entire Reaper expansion for a while later (along with these additional cards) is that (while shopping) you would like to have a better chance of hitting cards that were added to the Influence Market during Dreams. Because the fewer starting cards, the statistically greater chance of drawing a non-starting card.
But the starting cards in the Influence Market are just as valuable, and there are some very unique cards here as well, and in many cases it makes sense to have more copies of a given card in the deck, so you'd better add the Reaper expansion ones right away.
Sorry to be specific, but I want to be sure to play it right.
If I'm planning to play solo as the Specialist, and I have the Reaper expansion, can I add these Influence cards to the Influence market at the start of the campaign? Or should I add them only if the Reaper is one of the characters chosen for the campaign?
> These cards should be added to the Influence Market right away - it will make the Influence Market larger and therefore better suited to the game with 5 players.
If you're going to use Reaper, but not play in a five-player squad, it's worth adding them anyway.
Thanks for your question!