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 Posted: 15 Mar 2014, 05:10 am

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Note: For the purpose of this post, I am going to refer to "wild" cards in the Risk board game as "black" cards since that is what we call them on D12.
In the original board game of Risk, there are 2 black cards and 40 "nonblack" cards. That is a black card percentage of 4.8%. My question is, what is the black card percentage used in the programming on D12?
I know that since maps have different number of territories, the number will fluctuate a little, but approximately what percentage does D12 just to follow?
(Note: Just counted the cards in Classic Map, and found it is 7.1%)
To all who are wondering why I ask, this is an important thing to know when trying to evaluate odds of your opponent having a set or a black card.
THANKS!!!
In the original board game of Risk, there are 2 black cards and 40 "nonblack" cards. That is a black card percentage of 4.8%. My question is, what is the black card percentage used in the programming on D12?
I know that since maps have different number of territories, the number will fluctuate a little, but approximately what percentage does D12 just to follow?
(Note: Just counted the cards in Classic Map, and found it is 7.1%)
To all who are wondering why I ask, this is an important thing to know when trying to evaluate odds of your opponent having a set or a black card.
THANKS!!!