Reddit Reddit reviews Pandemic: Legacy Season 1 (Blue Edition)

We found 15 Reddit comments about Pandemic: Legacy Season 1 (Blue Edition). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Pandemic: Legacy Season 1 (Blue Edition)
For 2 to 4 Players60 minute playing timeShape the world, the characters, and even the diseasesEver changing elements means that every game will be unique to your groupAn epic twist on the now classic Pandemic mechanisms
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15 Reddit comments about Pandemic: Legacy Season 1 (Blue Edition):

u/jojomoose · 8 pointsr/AskMen

Pandemic: Legacy Season 1 (Blue Edition)

$46 on Amazon. Don’t spend $110!

u/tickthegreat · 6 pointsr/boardgames

Pandemic - Base game. You move around a map, remove cubes, and collect 5 of each color card to win. Co-op. 1-4 players.

On the Brink - An expansion for Pandemic. Adds some more roles and a few variants. 5 players max now.

In the Lab - Another expansion for Pandemic. This is the good one. Adds some roles and variants. Playable up to 6 players in a team variant. Adds an actual good win condition in the lab variant instead of the 5 card stuff.

State of Emergency - The newest expansion for Pandemic. Least liked. Adds a few variants and roles.

Pandemic: The Cure - A stand-alone game. This could be considered Pandemic the Dice Game. Much like Bang!, this dice game takes the long setup and play and puts it in a much more fun box. Playable for 1-5. Portable as well.

Pandemic: Contagion - The only game with the Pandemic brand not by the same designer, this is a stand-alone game where you control a disease with the aim of beating all other players. 2-5 players. This is the least liked of all the games and is really Pandemic in name only.

Pandemic: Legacy - The new hotness. The most expensive of them all. 2-4 players. 12-24 plays and then you throw a $60 game in the garbage.

u/cowsareverywhere · 5 pointsr/GameDeals

Its working on my end. It has to be the specified games,

u/macnbc · 5 pointsr/Boardgamedeals

Of course after you said that and I ordered from CoolStuff Amazon did indeed drop their price to match (after shipping costs are factored in.)

u/YaIe · 4 pointsr/pathofexile

I was thinking more about this whole thing in general, not just your hideout.

I mean look at this,
Thats 5$

Thats 25$. If i check Amazon for stuff below 25$ i can find some real nice and usefull stuff, so using that for a piece of my hideout that i can even interact with feels like.. idk. You could invest into Pandemic with its current discount. You are also half way into Pandemic Legacy which is super good. With its current discount its even 25% of a copy of Gloomhaven which has easily over 100 hours of content.

I get the expensive armor and semi-expensive skill effects, since you see them, in theory, all the time but a weird chair in your hideout that you cant sit in? I dont know how i could justify that when i compare it to some of the boardgames i have on my shelf (given, those games are on discount currently, but still.)

u/mckenny37 · 3 pointsr/boardgames

I guess it was $.50 cheaper pretty recently on amazon. Around the time I bought it for $50 :/

u/MartianForce · 3 pointsr/DMAcademy

You can talk to them. In person. Respectfully and clearly.
Maybe try to brainstorm with the group on how to make this work. Maybe no phones except at break times that are scheduled throughout. Or you find a way to play on another night somehow. But you need to talk to them.
Have that out of game meeting. Be polite but clear.

Frankly, I find it incredibly rude for them to always be on their phones but if they made it clear from the beginning that the Fantasy League is their priority then you actually kind of set yourself up for this issue. The two priorities are not compatible. If they are always on their phones they cannot pay attention to the game, which makes it much harder to get engaged in the game which means that all your hard work and their main purpose for being there (to play DnD) goes down the tubes. Maybe this just isn't going to work out. You need to really think about that. Are you willing to keep going as is? Kick players out? Do something else with this group on that night and find another group to DM for on a different night? Honestly, if they are really prioritizing Fantasy League over the game it seems kind of pointless to keep going unless you want to shift focus to a casual game that has little to no plot and they are just there to goof off.

If they don't want to prioritize the DnD game, be honest with your players that this is not fun for you anymore and you are tired of putting in all the prep behind the scenes for something you no longer enjoy. You think you would like to end the game if playing really isn't something they are truly interested in and willing to invest time into. Don't be angry or hurt. Just matter of fact. Share that you are putting a lot of time and effort into things behind the scenes but it won't ever matter if they really don't care.

Ask them honestly if they want to continue with DnD in particular or if they really don't care as long as they have something fun to do together. If they want to do something else instead that doesn't require so much effort from you, bring up other options. There are great board games out there that might work better, including a Pandemic game where consequences from the previous session carry over. It is sort of like an RPG in a way.

Then consider on a different night doing DnD with some other group that can prioritize the game.

u/quarry · 3 pointsr/Boardgamedeals

1st & 2nd Season are both 50% on Walmart/Amazon right now...

u/SalzoneSauce · 2 pointsr/Boardgamedeals

It’s back for 38. Just snagged it

Pandemic: Legacy Season 1 (Blue Edition)

u/solidus_315 · 2 pointsr/Boardgamedeals
u/woodswims · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Just to let you know Pandemic Legacy, Season 1 has been on sale on Amazon for a couple weeks now for a pretty good price

u/Void19 · 2 pointsr/geektogeekcast

Yeah, it looks like Pandemic legacy is ~$50 which is what I think I got it for too. I don't generally remember board game prices since they vary so much. But, I buy most of my games on Amazon since they're almost always cheaper there.

I would highly suggest checking out this Shut Up and Sit Down review of the game. It's one of the things that sold me on it.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/nfl

Board Game Sale List

Carcassonne | 2-5 Players | 30-45 Minutes | Medium luck, light to moderate rules overhead, light to medium strategic depth | 7.4 on BGG | $17

In Carcassonne you are building a shared map one tile at a time and using your meeples (player pieces) to claim castles, roads, churches, and farms, to score points. It's very simple and offers ways to directly affect your opponent. Great fun and considered a key entry-point into the hobby.

Pandemic Legacy Season 1 | 2-4 Players | 45-60 Minutes | Medium luck, moderate rules overhead, medium strategic depth | 8.6 on BGG | $30

Pandemic Legacy is a campaign based version of Pandemic that takes the course over a year. Each game will be consist of a month in this world being threatened of being wiped out by disease and virus. You assume the role of a person trying to help cure the virus and will see permanent changes to the game with each session played. You will play 1 round per month if you're successful that month, but if you fail the first time you will get a second try and thematically the month is split into two. It's a fantastic game and one of the hobby's top rated games.

Patchwork | 2 Players | 15 - 30 Minutes | Low luck, light rules overhead, medium strategic depth | 7.7 on BGG | $17

The goal of Patchwork is to take turns taking one of three available patchwork pieces and places them on their quilt. The goal is to fill up your quilt as full as possible while managing how quickly you race to the finish, and manage your buttons (money). At the end of the game you will be penalized for open spaces and rewarded for coins they have.

This is a fantastic 2 player game. My only complaint is that it takes up more room than you'd think. A standard table will fit this fine though.


Sushi Go Party! | 2-8 Players | 20-30 Minutes | Low-medium luck, light rules overhead, light strategic depth | 7.5 on BGG | $13

This is a simple card drafting game* with a cute theme slapped on top of it. It can be taught in minutes, and a full game played out in 10-20 minutes among experienced players. This is a great simple card game that's worth keeping around for non-gamers, larger groups, and younger kids.

  • Card drafting simply means that you will start with a hand of cards, choose one to play, play it face up at the same time as everyone else, and pass your cards to the person next to you. Repeat this process until the last card is played.
u/ArcaneTheWoof · 1 pointr/gaming

Or, alternately, up the ante with Pandemic Legacy, where every session leaves an impact that affects the game forever...