Marking alternatively

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Marking alternatively

Post by Peter » Sat Mar 26, 2016 21:07

Here are some suggestion how Marking could be done alternatively (to the MtG way).

- Turning 45 degrees
- Turning 180 degrees
- Putting a marker on it
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Re: Marking alternatively

Post by snowdrop » Sun Mar 27, 2016 21:00

Yups, those are all good, and some also used in other games. The MTG patent on marking, interesting as it may be, is most likely expired now in any case unless they filed for a new one.
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