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Subject: 2+2 Trains rss

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Andrew Denison
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Ames
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I am considering putting a copy of this together but the rules aren't super clear to me. Like do you count towns as stops or just cities. My main thing though is how does a 2+2 Train work. I am familiar with 18OE and it means two cities plus two towns. Is that what it means here or does it means two routes of length two?
 
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Alex P
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If they don't explain it in the rules then I would imagine they work just like they do in every 18xx game I've ever played - four stops with a maximum of two cities or off-board locations.
 
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Jim Knight
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Or as per 1825; make a run between two cities and then double it. No intervening towns (dits/dots)or cities allowed.
 
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Bruce Murphy
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jimnite wrote:
Or as per 1825; make a run between two cities and then double it. No intervening towns (dits/dots)or cities allowed.


It seems extremely unlikely that it would be that, given the train roster (2,2+2,3,3+3,4,5,6,D).

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