Not gonna lie... playing Murder at the Excelsior Hotel, MATEH for short, for the first time gave me Stanley's Kubrick's 'The Shining' vibes. We know it's not just an ordinary murder case. The supernatural and psychological elements are present in this scenario as well, very much like 'The Shining.'
Now that we’ve gotten the guardian and the seeker out of the way, it’s time to delve into our flex characters from the Investigator Starter Decks. And where better to start than the rogue class, known for being able to do a bit of everything while still dealing with or avoiding enemies? Introducing, Winifred Habbamock, the Aviatrix.
In my previous post, I wrote about the pro's and con's of playing the Arkham Horror LCG true solo. Although I have a high preference leaning towards playing true solo, I cannot deny that playing dual handed solo has its perks as well, and as mentioned before, I played most of my Arkham Horror LCG games dual-handed solo, before eventually going into true solo.
I Rebel recently completed a survey to gather data from Arkham Horror LCG players. 149 people responded to the survey overall, which was a great response.
As the fan base for this game expands, the Investigator Starter Decks become more and more important. In the last few weeks, I have successfully convinced a friend to try the game, but without access to the starter decks, it has been hard to build decks without just suggesting he buy everything. But everything is a lot to sift through, so once again, I am going to evaluate the starter decks with respect to the core set. This time, Harvey Walters.