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Raging Bulls / Game modification
« on: 24/06/20, 12:17am »
Game modification

In Raging Bulls, we roll 3 dice.
Then we draw a line on the table between two selected values ​​and the third value is placed on the recycled table.

When drawing a line between a value that has already been used and another value, two identical + the other values ​​are required. One of the two identical values ​​is then uploaded to the recycled board.

Both recycling are legitimate and logical.

But what happens if we throw three values ​​that we prefer to throw away? Why these dropped values ​​are not recycled?

Sometimes, up to three times in a row, we roll dice with unusable values ​​on a perfectly good board. Sometimes two rolls give the same three values.

These cases are too random and risky.
I don’t know how much the change would affect the course of the game. But maybe it would be worth a try.

Anyway it can easily be that the game in its existing form is the most exciting.

Permanent meeples or badges

I think the existing meeple signs are hilarious and great.
But what if we added permanent meeples to the existing meeple list?
These would not follow the player’s current score, but it would be enough to get them once and from then the player would own them.

In order, I would suggest the following:
- in the top 100
- in the top 20
- top 10, top 9, top 8, ...., top 3, top 2
- No. 1 = the king of that game.  :)

These permanent badges can be meeples or tokens attached to the player's display name.

What would all this be good for?
What would it improves on the system?

The feature of the ELO score system is that the higher the score, the harder it is to keep it.
(The ELO score system is the invention of Árpád Élő, an USA professor who has a real Hungarian mind, name and ancestors)

With this little invention, the saying would be true: "once a king, always a king".

So it would be much more worthwhile to fight for more upscale rankings.

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