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Jan
22
comment Spreading religion with caravans
@DavidHarkness - Making some assumptions based on this answer, the in-game documentation, and and my own question from the game I'm currently in, it doesn't matter. Pressure seems to be based purely on the city exerting it, not distance. So a given city is either exerting pressure on another (through proximity, trade, or both) or not. There is no concept of one way being better than the other. That said, I have no idea how the pressure value itself is calculated. Relative size?
Jan
20
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
6
comment Which Legend of Zelda game does this Link with the white cap belong to?
@forgivenson - It is pretty awesome, but it's only actually usable during boss fights.
Dec
15
comment Are you healed if you play Reno Jackson in fatigue?
I always read it as referring to your full deck, for some reason. So if you had any duplicate cards at all, there was no point to having him. This makes much more sense.
Nov
18
awarded  Informed
Sep
18
awarded  Famous Question
Aug
17
comment How do I deliver a baby?
@EJA - That's probably more to do with maximum population. Pregnant women stay pregnant until there's room for their kids. You probably built a new residence and moved them in... thereby creating more room.
Aug
17
comment When should I recall explorers?
The blue bars represent stat boosts from their armor.
Jul
11
awarded  Yearling
Apr
22
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
19
comment Are there alternate methods to activate Steam CD Keys?
@schnaader - Great link. Very unfortunate, but good to know. I'd been wondering how that worked, and I'd have wondered even more when it stopped working...
Mar
18
comment Are there alternate methods to activate Steam CD Keys?
Can you actually redeem from their mobile app? I didn't see a place to do that the last time I looked, several months ago.
Feb
17
comment What is the period after a game's main story line ends called?
As one very specific example of the term, Kingdom of Loathing calls it "aftercore", as a play on the "hardcore" and "softcore" modes (which both end when aftercore starts).
Jan
21
comment Can you get any information from your own mulligan?
@ken.ganong - I'm not sure I agree. Shuffling once and storing an indexed list of cards seems way more efficient than trying to determine which cards have been drawn and which haven't every time you need to draw a new one.
Jan
21
comment Can you get any information from your own mulligan?
@ken.ganong - Per the link in the answer, the server does keep a shuffled version, it just shuffles it again post-mulligan.
Jan
21
comment Can you get any information from your own mulligan?
Perfect! A developer comment is, by far, the best source we can have. Thanks for finding that!
Jan
21
accepted Can you get any information from your own mulligan?
Jan
19
comment Can you get any information from your own mulligan?
@ken.ganong - I agree that it's unlikely and would be a strange choice, but neither of those are absolutes. I strongly expect the answer to this to be "No", though.
Jan
19
comment Can you get any information from your own mulligan?
@BlackVegetable - The similarity is deliberate. I'd been wondering for a while, but your question prompted me to actually ask mine. Thanks for the nudge!
Jan
17
awarded  Curious