Firstly I don't know what AGL stands for so sorry if I am posting in the wrong area. I currently play Warhammer Underworlds which I think is a brilliant game with plenty of depth and tactics for my liking. My only gripe is the amount of time I have to spend planning and building a deck before each game. I also buy things I don't really want just to keep up to speed with the deck building. This has lead me to considering Arristeia as an alternative, but looking at the scenarios they appear to have very little variation in objectives and tactics. So, my question is this, is this a game you could play weekly and not get bored? Is there enough depth to the tactics? As far as I can see so far it is all about controlling zones and little else in way of scoring objectives unlike underworlds which has hundreds of ways to score glory (victory points) So is this more of a family night board game or is it a table top war game with more similarities to Warhammer underworlds? Note that I also own crystal hall so any comparison to crystal hall (more of a family game but probably my favourite one); or Warhammer underworlds would be appreciated. Thank you.