Rokapoke continues to shamefully stall my inevitable triumph in Archenemy, but now there's a new product out that I was wondering if anyone wanted to try. It looks like Explorers is able to work with 2 to 4 players. Basically, there are four precons, one for each of the factions in Ixalan... The Legion of Dusk (B/W vampires) The Brazen Coalition (R/B/U pirates) The River Heralds (U/G merfolk) The Sun Empire (G/R/W dinosaurs) ...and everyone plays a normal multiplayer game, except there's also a "board game" portion. It's a map of hexagonal tiles that can be flipped face-up when they are "discovered" and affect the gameplay. I actually have no idea how to handle the board portion of this, as everyone has to be using the same board. Only way I can think of to make it work would be set up the board myself and "run" that part of the game while other people pilot the decks against each other (if I were not playing in the game but merely proctoring the tile portion, I would take a picture with my phone of the entire map flipped face-up so that I could reveal tiles when players discovered them even at times when I wasn't sitting at my computer at home, so I would not have any excuses—unlike Warhammer Quest). But I'm up for that. I just want to see how this thing plays. Or if anyone has a better idea for how to run it, let me know.