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kiwipaul

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Has Organised Play died?
« on: April 08, 2015, 08:04:14 AM »
Was wondering if the kits have stopped. They were fun but seem to have ceased.

There was a problem that any prizes from them, the promo cards could not be used in official competitions but that only applies to the USA so the rest of the world did not care.

Also it was Always a shame that we would vote at the end and Never ever hear any result of them or see that it had any influence on the game or story.  A shame, that would have been a great feature as in helping decide which expansion came out next or writing the story for the future.

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Re: Has Organised Play died?
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2015, 08:13:09 AM »
Yes the OP kits are continuing. We've had several delays in the current kit, but it is our intention to continue Organized play.

Also, the results of previous OP kits were always included in the story for a future OP kit. Several story decisions were made in the already printed kits based on that information.

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Re: Has Organised Play died?
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2015, 08:23:22 AM »
OK, nice, seems I missed the links somehow.  It would be great to have it alter the history and story of the continent and perhaps decide what promo cards or issues will come out.   Without revealing too much, the last kit could have helped decide when or if dragons were coming out, but they were included in FIF. 

How about summarising the votes and telling us the results then.  Not sure if it was a european problem but in the printed material the closing dates for submitting results was Always before we even got it in Europe. 

we enjoyed completing the kits now we hope to see the results of our votes and the story.