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Subject: Two player set up question. rss

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Terence Burnett
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In the base game 12 random goods are removed.

The Traders board requires goods to be added to it therefor is the amount of 12 amended to reflect this?

Thanks if anyone knows.
 
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Thomas Leitner
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That's an excellent question, and unfortunately the rulbook appears to be completely silent on the matter.

My best guess is that you first remove the 12 tiles randomly, then place the required goods on the BD board, then place tiles on the board, and the remainder becomes the supply.

It would be great if someone with actual knowledge would respond, however.
 
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I also have no official knowledge on the matter.

That said, I would do it as:
1. Fill Beneficial Deeds
2. Randomly remove 12 of the remaining tiles.
3. Place tiles on the Map.
4. Place remainder in stacks.

This is since I would expect that the tiles for BD should definitely be there, unlike the stacks of leftover tiles which can be empty. Otherwise you 'could' get empty spaces on there which seems wrong.
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Smoothsmith wrote:
I also have no official knowledge on the matter.

That said, I would do it as:
1. Fill Beneficial Deeds
2. Randomly remove 12 of the remaining tiles.
3. Place tiles on the Map.
4. Place remainder in stacks.

This is since I would expect that the tiles for BD should definitely be there, unlike the stacks of leftover tiles which can be empty. Otherwise you 'could' get empty spaces on there which seems wrong.


I would agree this makes more sense.
 
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