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Sold & shipped by Walmart. Should be free shipping, but you could also do in store pickup.

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If you've been keeping a watch on stuff over the last few years, it IS on everything. The majority of the time just so a company can cover their ass. There are multiple lawyers in California making their living off suing everyone who doesn't have that warning on ANYTHING. My company got sued for passing out free keychains at a trade show without that warning. I'm not kidding. We settled out of court for a hefty amount.

It's based around the ridiculously tight allowable level of lead California has set, which is 0.5mcg/day. This is an exceedingly low level that is, by law, 1000 times lower than the highest level of lead known by California NOT to cause reproductive harm. In other words, the Prop 65 warning threshold for lead incorporates a 1000-fold safety factor below the level found to have no observable effect on humans or animals, by California itself. It's just all-out stupid. Like the left hand isn't talking to the right hand.

For comparison, where Prop 65 allows for 0.5 mcg/day of lead the following limits are:
250 mcg / day European Union / FAO / WHO
75 mcg / day US FDA
20 mcg / day AHPA – Canada's Natural Health Directorate
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Also price matched at Amazon now
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There's a prop 65 warning on the game.
In Cali, it's probably on everything.
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My CCC price watch for the Amazon listing says this is the cheapest it's been.
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Such a great game! If you like strategy, complexity, replayability, and just great feel and design, grab this. Just grab it and run, you will be glad you did.
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Also price matched at Amazon now
hmm, not seeing on Amazon for that price. Wonder if they sold all copies?
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LMFAO exactly! When you see it on a board game, you know it has gotten ridiculous. What a joke California is!
Maybe it's not California, maybe it's the industry.
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Already bought exploding kittens, what is more enjoyable scythe or ticket to Ride?
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There's a prop 65 warning on the game.
In Cali, it's probably on everything.
If you've been keeping a watch on stuff over the last few years, it IS on everything. The majority of the time just so a company can cover their ass. There are multiple lawyers in California making their living off suing everyone who doesn't have that warning on ANYTHING. My company got sued for passing out free keychains at a trade show without that warning. I'm not kidding. We settled out of court for a hefty amount.

It's based around the ridiculously tight allowable level of lead California has set, which is 0.5mcg/day. This is an exceedingly low level that is, by law, 1000 times lower than the highest level of lead known by California NOT to cause reproductive harm. In other words, the Prop 65 warning threshold for lead incorporates a 1000-fold safety factor below the level found to have no observable effect on humans or animals, by California itself. It's just all-out stupid. Like the left hand isn't talking to the right hand.

For comparison, where Prop 65 allows for 0.5 mcg/day of lead the following limits are:
250 mcg / day European Union / FAO / WHO
75 mcg / day US FDA
20 mcg / day AHPA – Canada's Natural Health Directorate
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hmm, not seeing on Amazon for that price. Wonder if they sold all copies?
Amazon is dead again.Still available from Walmart though.
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Already bought exploding kittens, what is more enjoyable scythe or ticket to Ride?
Depends on what you're in the mood for. My wife isn't big into strategy type board games, but loves Ticket to Ride. It's easier to understand but has some more strategy elements to it if you want to play that way. She won't play Scythe. Too complex for her to take the time to learn.

Also, thanks OP. Finally bought the game for myself.
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Already bought exploding kittens, what is more enjoyable scythe or ticket to Ride?
Depends..for beginners or for all - TTR
if into deep strategy gaming then Scythe
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This game is good for board game dabblers. I don't love long complicated board games but I enjoy playing this one. You can take your own path and play the parts of the game that you like (like collecting resources and building vs attacking opponents) and still have a chance to win. It's fairly easy to understand.
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