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Subject: Settling several planets in one turn rss

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On page 15 of the rulebook, it says "The player may settle several planets already discovered and turned up in one turn"

How is it possible if settling a planet occurs on the sole space where your ship ends its space flight for the turn?

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You cannot. This sentence is not translated well. The meaning of this in the german rule book is, that already explored and not taken planets, which still are laying faceup in space, can be taken in later turns by any player.
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I think the muddle is due to the double use of "settle".

Marion "settles" a planet when she takes it from space rather than accepting the resources. She also "settles" it when she pays the cost to move it from the left side to the right side of her mat.

D.3 on P17 has nearly the same words as above.

Unfortunately, the revised comment on P15 led me to believe that I might be able to settle someone else's unsettled planet. Clearly, not!!

I'll amend my rule book. Thanks for the clarification.
 
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