|Liz Spain Lone Shark Games|
Trove of Tef-Naju works particularly well for large groups. Only one character need choose it to see all its "wares" and a large group has a much easier time of pooling extra boons to turn in. Like Keith said, you can mix-and-match boons of different types as much as you like to meet the Traders' prices.
Is it me or Trove of Tef-Naju is worthless?In our 5 players group, in AD 5, we only rarely have 2 AD3 cards of the same type that we can spare to buy an AD4 one we want.
We very very rarely have have 2 AD4 cards of the same type that we can spare to buy an AD5 one we want.
Having 3 of those never happened.
So 4 of those? Actually it's already rare to have 4 cards on the same type in your deck (not everybody is called Mavaro), but we never manage to have 4 AD4 cards on a single type (there may not even be enough in the game for 4 people).
And someone had 4 AD cards, he wouldn't destroy that game for a single AD5 card.
So I must be missing something. Or are traders only for solo play or OP? If that is the case, I find it disappointing.
Or should the traders work differently for large groups?