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I've enjoyed the writing (and little else) of Lovecraft since I was a kid, so anything that leans into that genre will get my attention. The game shares many similarities mechanically with others in Fantasy Flight's catalog, and it's that mechanic of hand management that I think I enjoy the most. If you're interested, maybe take a look at a spoiler-free review like this one by Shut Up & Sit Down. The writing and art of the game are also quite good. The biggest negative I might mention is the frustratingly random-seeming rotation of scenario packs going in and out of print, but I've found they're worth the wait. They have loads of replay value as well.

I can't really think of a specific tip to make it more enjoyable, as I guess I think the game does all of that by itself. I play this game entirely solo, but I think it would be a fun one to play in a group. I hope you enjoy it!

Hello all!

1) I found the site via mention by one of Alex of BoardGameCo.com's recent videos. I'm kind of surprised, given the quality and purpose of the site, that I hadn't discovered it before. Glad to have found it though.

2) I've been in the hobby in one way or the other for close to forty years or so? I've been a fan of games of all kinds for as long as I can remember. I'm happy to see the emergence of niche games coming to the fore during the last ten years or so.

3) Three games? #Too Many Bones, #Star Wars Imperial Assault, and #Arkham Horror: The Card Game have secured top spots, but I also am looking forward to checking out #The 7th Continent, #Aeon's End, and #Gloom of Kilforth: A Fantasy Quest Game.

Thanks for the opportunity to introduce myself to the community, and I look forward to participating more here in the future.