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Here Comes the Flood - Won, but can't proceed


eskravitz

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I have an iPad 2, 32 GB, using iOS 9.3.1.

 

I won and received the victory screen and animations and was able to keep all the rescued ally cards. However, I can't proceed on to the next scenario. I've tried (and won) a few more times and still can't move on.

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Thanks. I'll try what you suggest. But I still hope they fix it.

 

There's a thread around this.  The current fairly widespread theory is that if Magga eats a card to finish the scenario, then you will not get credit.  Try to have the scenario end because one of your characters collects the last card.

There's a thread around this.  The current fairly widespread theory is that if Magga eats a card to finish the scenario, then you will not get credit.  Try to have the scenario end because one of your characters collects the last card.

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Going through on Heroic...  Three characters, five locations, last card left in the game...  Odds are 4 to 1 against Magga going to that one location and eating the last card.

 

...dangit Magga!

"I need a lie-down" is the new "I'll be in my bunk..."

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Going through on Heroic...  Three characters, five locations, last card left in the game...  Odds are 4 to 1 against Magga going to that one location and eating the last card.

 

...dangit Magga!

Always remember your Pratchett Axiom: "1 in a million happens 9 out of 10 times"

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You can use the 'Mark Solved' button beneath a post that answers your topic or confirms it's not a bug.

The time that devs don't have to spend on the forum is a time they can spend on fixing the game.

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You want to talk about bad luck ? In 3 full games in heroic difficulty, where he is supposed to eat 1d6 cards per turn instead of 1d4, the only time that he ate less than 3 cards was once in the 3rd game, all other times he ate 3-6, making me believe for a while that it was eating 1d4+2 and not 1d6.

 

When by turn 5 he has already eaten 26 (game #2) or 27 (game #3) card, you know that it will be hard. I managed to win the thrid time simply because  focused on a few locations and got lucky that he did often try to eat an empty location, but even there I only won by a thread.

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