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Subject: Heavy fur rss

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Pierre Beri
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Increase Population loss due to Heat by 1. Does this mean that when the climate is Temperate or Warm and the population loss due to Heat is 0, you lose 1 population? It could make sense thematically, especially in Warm.

Or is it only in Tropical, Hot, Scorching climates that you lose one more?
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Prufrock

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The full text of Heavy Fur is:

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Population loss due to Cold is reduced by 4 on this species. For example, in the Ice
Age Climate zone there are 4 Snowflake icons representing 4 Population lost due
to Cold. A species with Heavy Fur negates all 4 of those Snowflakes and loses no
Population instead.
Population loss due to Heat in the three hottest Climate zones is increased by
1 for this species.
For example, in the Scorching Climate zone there are 4 Sun icons
representing 4 Population lost due to Heat. A species with Heavy Fur loses
5 Population instead.


So it will affect Tropical-Scorching, but not Warm or Temperate.
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Matt Parker
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That's an interesting idea I had never considered. I kind of like the idea that Temperate is like neutral, but everything else is either a hot leaning or cold leaning zone. In that case, i can see why Heavy Fur would affect a species first before an other species are affected.

The game wasn't designed to work that way, but it could be an interesting house rule to play by.
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