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Save Doctor Lucky Board Game

1.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Deluxe edition
  • Age range: 10 and up
  • Number of players: 3 to 7
  • Play time: 60
  • A deck of 90 card
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Technical Details
Item Weight975 g
Product Dimensions29.2 x 22.9 x 7.5 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:13 years and up
Item model numberPZO 5502
Main Language(s)English published, English original, English
Number of Game Players2 or more
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 160,976 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight980 g
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Date First Available27 Oct. 2010

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  • Warning: Only for domestic use

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Product Description

April 14, 1912.A cold night in the Atlantic.An errant iceberg, a titanic cruise ship, and one very lucky old man.Doctor Lucky is a charismatic and well-respected philanthropist with a heart of gold. Of course, you secretly hate the old bastard, and youre probably going to try to kill him someday. But killing him aboard a sinking ship would be pointless. So youve decided to save his life instead, and do it while someone else is looking. That way, even if you go down with the ship, youll at least go down in history.And isnt that what life is all about?In Save Doctor Lucky, players are passengers on a sinking ship. You have one goal: to save Doctor Luckys life while someone else is watching. Players rush from deck to deck trying to find items that will aid them, and trying not to see anyone else who might play the hero. But as the ship sinks, the board grows smaller, bringing Doctor Lucky and the passengers together into the few remaining decks.Save Doctor Lucky is the standalone prequel to Kill Doctor Lucky, also available from Paizo Publishing.

Box Contains

1 x Game board
1 x Card deck
1 x Rulebook
1 x Pawns

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My brother bought me this for Christmas because we had all really enjoyed playing Kill Doctor Lucky. He thought it was an expansion, but this is an entirely separate game, just along the same lines. This game basically turns the original game on its head, and you have to save Doctor Lucky from going down on the Titanic. The idea is that you hate Doctor Lucky and will probably kill him some day, but it would apparently be pointless to kill him on a sinking ship, and therefore your time would be better invested in trying to save him while being seen by one of the other players, thus going down in history as his saviour, even if you end up going down with the ship. Confused? Get used to it, if you have Kill Doctor Lucky and are planning on buying this game.

Ultimately, the premise of the game doesn't make a lot of sense, so even experienced players of the original game are constantly asking to be reminded of what they are trying to do! It also doesn't feature the same cast of characters who are trying to kill Doctor Lucky in the original game, so this makes even less sense. The other problem is that there are no spite tokens in this version. In the original game, these make it easier to kill Doctor Lucky as time goes on, because your murder value increases with each murder attempt, making it more likely that you will succeed in killing him next time. In Save Doctor Lucky, the only help you get is that the ship is sinking. The board is split into four quarters, and as the ship sinks, pieces of the board are gradually removed, meaning the players are in a smaller playing area and it is easier to be seen.
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