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Notes

Territories represent the online message boards where your fanboys post. At the start of the game, Territory Cards are dealt out to players to determine where everyone will start the game. Each card has an image of the territory, its name, and the name of the world it comes from for easy identification. The cards are shuffled back into a new pile before the gameplay starts. Then, players can draw one Territory Card a turn if they capture an opponent’s territory. Each Territory Card features one of three Nintendo consoles on the bottom - the NES, SNES, or N64 - distributed evenly between the worlds. These consoles can be matched up to receive Territory Card reinforcements. For more information on this, see the rules section.

The sprite images of the consoles were created by and displayed with the permission of an artist who goes by Psychotic-Carp. His work can be seen here.

There is only one PSD file for the Territory Cards, which acted as a template for all PNG files. To view the images for all Territory Cards, please download the Cards Pack (PNG) from the Downloads section.

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Snow

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Posted: 2016-12-15 02:45:08
queuno (#13), no offense to your sister-in-law, but there’s a big difference between a degree program that aspires to give a broad intellectual foundation in liberal arts without remunerative opportunities tied to training (English, for example), and a degree in total bullshit (Travel & Tourism). If my kids want to study English, Philosophy, Art, French, fine, good for them. They’d just better not tell me that they want to study “family living” or &#m8m0;co22unications.”