Good Help: Evil Doctors and the Angry Mob Expansion
Congratulations! you have just finished your evil doctorate. now it's time to build your first monster and unleash it on the town!
After bidding for two assistants, the doctors send them out into town to gather supplies and body parts. (the doctors must at least appear to be an upstanding member of society...). Once you have enough body parts, supplies and money to pay your help, you can assemble your monster and let it rampage! The player whose monster destroys the town is the winner - but if more than one monster gets into the action, It can be the last monster standing!
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