Starling Games Everdell Complete Collection

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Starling Games Everdell Complete Collection

Starling Games Everdell Complete Collection

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Around this time last year, I wrote this about anniversary editions of games: “The biggest factor for me is respecting fans who have already invested in the original game (and expansions/accessories), especially if tens of thousands of copies of that game are in circulation. I have read most messages and no one, or very few are complaining about the deal for new comers, but addressing the lack of appreciation for old timers. None of the options feel really good because I don’t want to throw my nice boxes away and I don’t want to sell all the stuff later with needing to be extra careful with it now. A broadly simplified solution–one that I try to implement at Stonemaier Games–is to simply offer everything separately, all the time. They offered an upgrade pack for people that already owned the game allowing those people to end up with the same final product as people who are new to the game.

It’s a strange game, you need to pick and choose what expansions you play with so I’m really debating on backing this.I wanted to get in on Everdell about a year ago, but I saw somewhere that a big box option was coming on their next KS so I decided to wait. If you want Scythe and the metal coins but not the realistic resources, you can get exactly that right now. I can see how he might be frustrated, but again we already have the game and are already playing it, creating game nights and memories.

I haven’t even had my Everdell stuff from the past campaign for a whole year yet so the sting is greater. It’s heavy and takes a lot of space even if you only play part of the expansions and never play the others.So if the box would have been setup in a way that you would go from base game first and slowly dig through Expansions or have like a drawer system storage with each drawer being one expansion, that could make it all easier. I’m one of those who couldn’t fit it into the budget during previous campaigns, and had made other games a priority since.

But for real, no one should be complaining because a newer, more complete version is out there for cheaper. A lot of people seem to agree that there's at least 2 expansions not worth getting, and arguably only 2-3 expansions being worth it. Probably not, but it’s got to suck seeing someone sell stuff at what might be at or below their cost. Everdell should be a title a small publisher dreams of and allows them the flexibility to grow and take calculated risks with future projects; hopefully they didn’t mess that up. It does sting a bit to have paid so much beforehand…but I got a lot of good plays and memories out of it, so that extra cost is worth it to me.

My main issue with this campaign, as previously mentioned by many people, myself included here and in the Kickstarter comments section. If you gain value from the 100 articles Jamey publishes on this blog each year, please consider championing this content! If you ask a question about a specific card or ability, please type the exact text in your comment to help facilitate a speedy and precise answer. The theme is exactly up my alley, but I hated that the font on the cards was so tiny and you’re sort of supposed to read what your opponents are doing). Everdell Complete Collection contains 23 different types of Critter meeples, player powers for asymmetric play, Giant Critters with saddles to ride on, and an amazing array of pieces including wooden twigs, squishy berries, smooth pebbles, amber resin, glass pearls, and more.

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