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Jason Stanhope
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Hi, we had a question regarding evidence tokens in Haunt 21 - Her Beating Heart. We saw the note about the double sided evidence tokens and used tunes as proxies (we just assigned a rune to each player)

The 2 questions we had regards the evidence tokens stack on tile #10.

Does the stack of evidence tokens on the tile prevent the fabrication of evidence on that tile? (Because there are evidence tiles on the tile)

Can a player smash the top facedown evidence token (moving it to the bottom of the stack). The players wanted to do this in order to move the constables so evidence could be fabricated on the other numbered tiles.
 
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Torzan wrote:
Hi, we had a question regarding evidence tokens in Haunt 21 - Her Beating Heart. We saw the note about the double sided evidence tokens and used tunes as proxies (we just assigned a rune to each player)

The 2 questions we had regards the evidence tokens stack on tile #10.

Does the stack of evidence tokens on the tile prevent the fabrication of evidence on that tile? (Because there are evidence tiles on the tile)

Can a player smash the top facedown evidence token (moving it to the bottom of the stack). The players wanted to do this in order to move the constables so evidence could be fabricated on the other numbered tiles.


Yes to both of your questions. The stack of evidence both counts as evidence and can be smashed.

Also, for your tokens, they are supposed to be one sided. So if you want to take a sharpie and blacken one side, it works pretty well.
 
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I wish we’d thought of that!
We ended up drawing them from a mug, but that meant that moving them to the bottom of the stack was impossible. It was a random draw every time which messed up the probabilities for the final confrontation.

Oh welllllll
 
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