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Subject: Finished rongo tablets. rss

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Ignatius MP
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Hi there!

What do you do when the rongo tablets are finished? In our game we do like to spend tribe markers in order to wait for the other players, then the rongo tablets are quickly gone.

We were between 3 possible solutions:

-Taking some paper as there were infinite.
-Be able to play a triber marker without getting anything
-If you cannot place a worker and have unspent tribe markers and there no more rongo tablets, you must pass.

We have been playing with the second option.
Have you ever been in the same situation? what do you do in such case? I couldn't find anything in the rulebook.

Thankssss!!!
 
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Carquinyoli

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Euuhmmm did you know that with the Official rules update Rongo tablets do NOT score at the end game?

We never run out of Rongo tablets playing this way. There's no use collecting them and not using them with the Chief.
 
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Ignatius MP
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Yes, we know, we know. In fact, if they had any puntuation at the end, they would be too powerful. And of course, we use them with the chief, however with 4 or 5 players, there are lot of tribe markers, people play them in order to see what the oders do, trying this way, to take advantage of their rutes. If you can wait, the performance of your workers can be higher, and as a tie breaker they are also quite useful. Normally, we do not care about the Chief because we do always have rongo tablets to spend, it is never an issue.
 
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