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We are: 

Medieval trust-fund babies.

Trying to: 

Invest in workers and buildings to accumulate wealth and honor.

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Kids Say:

“I love this one because it’s a different game every time. You use different cards that give you different powers and there are lots of ways to win.”

Adults Say:

“Dominion’s greatest strength is its replayability. We own several expansions  and they change the game enough to keep it interesting."

"One of the problems with deck-building games is that if there is no consistent mechanism for thinning your deck, cards become less useful as the game goes on. This takes the fun out of saving up for the powerful action cards."

"Another downside is that this game has very little interactivity. When it’s not your turn, there is no real incentive to pay attention to what your opponents are doing. You just wait until it is your turn again. Thus, it is probably best as a two-player game, because you’re not twiddling your thumbs as long.”

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