Root Review - with Tom Vasel

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Root - Riverfolk Expansion How to Play

How to play and strategy guide for the Root Riverfolk expansion. Follow on http://instagram.com/letthemeatcardboard http://twitter.com/letthemeatgames 0:30 Vagabond 16:12 Lizard Cult - Note they craft with gardens placed in matching clearings (somehow skipped right over this). Cards used for scoring are SPENT and discarded from hand when revealed. 25:35 Riverfolk Company - Note their trading posts are removed from the game if destroyed. When the Vagabond pays for services with exhausted items the Riverfolk put their own warriors into payments.

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Tom Vasel takes a look at Root, an asymmetrical strategy game from Leder Games!

BGG Link: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/237182/root

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