History YMMV / Munchkin

29th Nov '15 4:43:37 AM Mozgwsloiku
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** the "generic" monster modifier causes it to attack the next player on his turn if not defeated - if played on something the players can't beat, it may make the game unwinnable for anyone.
21st Nov '15 9:03:46 PM Thepenguinking2
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*** And yet, every single item can technically become a GameBreaker, solely depending on the number of modifiers you throw on top of it! Star Munchkin only takes this to the illogical extremes with its "-aser" cards..
* ItsPopularNowItSucks: The online games site BoardGameGeek.com collectively dislikes Munchkin, in part because of some justified rules concerns, but also ''because'' of its success.

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*** And yet, every single item can technically become a GameBreaker, game breaker, solely depending on the number of modifiers you throw on top of it! Star Munchkin only takes this to the illogical extremes with its "-aser" cards..
* ItsPopularNowItSucks: The online games site BoardGameGeek.[=BoardGameGeek=].com collectively dislikes Munchkin, in part because of some justified rules concerns, but also ''because'' of its success.
13th Sep '14 12:04:27 PM Austin
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* HilariousInHindsight: The guy on the [[http://cdn02.dayviews.com/66/_u1/_u3/_u7/_u4/_u1/u137419/47509_1251067396.jpg Fez of Fazooli card]] (in the lower left corner) in ''Munchkin Cthulhu'' looks ''exactly'' like [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang The Big Bang]], [[BowTiesAreCool bow tie]], fez, tweed jacket and all, with the game being ''years'' older than the episode. Stupid TimeyWimeyBall.
* ManipulativeBastard: The best players are always these. Examples of Munchkin bastardry include: "protection rackets" in which a player prevents another player from being able to fight a monster, then offers to sell them defensive cards for a high price; lying to newbies about what their cards do/are worth; and asking a player to help you gang up on another, only to backstab them later.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The guy on the [[http://cdn02.dayviews.com/66/_u1/_u3/_u7/_u4/_u1/u137419/47509_1251067396.jpg Fez of Fazooli card]] (in the lower left corner) in ''Munchkin Cthulhu'' looks ''exactly'' like [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]] in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang The Big Bang]], [[BowTiesAreCool bow tie]], fez, tweed jacket and all, with the game being ''years'' older than the episode. Stupid TimeyWimeyBall.
* ManipulativeBastard: The best players are always these. Examples of Munchkin bastardry include: "protection rackets" in which a player prevents another player from being able to fight a monster, then offers to sell them defensive cards for a high price; lying to newbies about what their cards do/are worth; and asking a player to help you gang up on another, only to backstab them later.
TimeyWimeyBall.
24th Apr '14 3:21:17 PM kasperow
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*** And yet, every single item can technically become a GameBreaker, solely depending on the number of modifiers you throw on top of it! Star Munchkin only takes this to the illogical extremes with its "-aser" cards..
11th Jul '13 7:26:08 AM woodwardiocom
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* GameBreaker: In the original ''Munchkin'', a thief with some good luck (or some Loaded Die cards) could quickly become the most powerful player in the game. The Kneepads of Allure -- which the thief can steal for their own use -- allow you to force somebody to help you with no actual reward, making you as powerful as yourself and the next most powerful player in the game. Both of these are countered by the rest of the players pretty much joining forces to rob you of your powers.

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* GameBreaker: In the original ''Munchkin'', a thief with some good luck (or some Loaded Die cards) could quickly become the most powerful player in the game. The Kneepads of Allure -- which the thief can steal for their own use -- allow you to force somebody to help you with no actual reward, making you as powerful as yourself and the next most powerful player in the game. (The Kneepads have since been {{Nerf}}ed.) Both of these are countered by the rest of the players pretty much joining forces to rob you of your powers.
25th Mar '13 7:48:31 AM QuarterDollar
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** The "Staff of Napalm" and "Chainsaw of Bloody Dismemberment" cards.
11th Jan '13 8:55:59 AM TheMike
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* Winning the game via Divine Intervention. You're entitled to mock the other players.

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* ** Winning the game via Divine Intervention. You're entitled to mock the other players.
11th Jan '13 8:55:43 AM TheMike
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* Winning the game via Divine Intervention. You're entitled to mock the other players.
10th Dec '12 5:18:48 PM Anomaly
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* * DemonicSpiders: Anything that prevents you from using your hard-[[strike:looted]]earned equipment against it. This becomes really bad when someone notes that you're ''just'' winning and sends over Squidzilla to say hello.

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* * DemonicSpiders: Anything that prevents you from using your hard-[[strike:looted]]earned equipment against it. This becomes really bad when someone notes that you're ''just'' winning and sends over Squidzilla to say hello.
19th Apr '12 10:02:18 AM animeg3282
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* ItsPopularNowItSucks: The online games site BoardGameGeek.com collectively dislikes Munchkin, in part because of some justified rules concerns, but also ''because'' of its success.
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