Gameday First Play – Pulsar 2849

Dice drafting, a circular board and a LOT of table space.

There is a lot to do, but is it worth doing?

It is the year 2849, one millennium after the Gold Rush, and the mining of raw materials has reached a whole new level.

Humankind has successfully tested the first Stellar Mirror and harnessed enough power from a Pulsar to open the first space gate.

A New Era has just begun…

This is an overview of the game along with my positives and negatives.

~ Jesta

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2 Responses to Gameday First Play – Pulsar 2849

  1. Paul Grogan says:

    If only a fellow UK person had done a rules video to help you learn it 😉

    I was surprised to hear you had as many issues with the rules as you did, CGE rulebook are normally the best there is out there, but I’m happy to go through any individual points you had issues with if they were not clear in places. Trust me, there are far worse rulebooks out there 🙂

  2. Jesta says:

    Hi Paul,

    I did watch your video but it’s so faithful to the rulebook that it didn’t answer my questions sadly. No one was asking them in the forums so I assume it was just me 🙂

    Also, as mentioned, I had difficult students to teach so that didn’t help 🙂

    I know there are worse rulebooks, I have Myth and First Martians 😀

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