Presumably it's useful for scenario-card-layers-out to know what the community values in layouts, no? Is there a better way to collect that information that this sort of "complaining"?Really?
In some ways we are lucky that this trend is one of a few things we have to complain about in ASL.
That is how I would like it, so you can open your scenario notebook and read both pages. An occasional two page scenario isn’t bad, but when I start to see these types of pages I get concerned:What would be better for most would be to have the first side on the reverse of another then the second part on the front of the next page to be honest. So 1st card has ASL 1 on the front and ASL 2a on reverse then 2nd card ASL2b on the front and ASL3 on the reverse. A simple thing to do in the planing stages really, far better than the second part further on on another card and it keeps it numerically better for those that like order kept . Simple!!!!! ?????
Ach, that ain't half as bad. Have a look at dice (precision dice are not exempt from the problem):I have always resented the fact that counters are printed on both sides.
It portends...Ach, that ain't half as bad. Have a look at dice (precision dice are not exempt from the problem):
These are not only printed on both sides but on all sides...
The world's going down the drain, I am telling ya!