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Kenneth Jones
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I have a quick question. Are players allowed to place meeples on adjacent tiles if those tiles connect to the previous tile with an opponents meeple? For example, if my wife plays a road or city tile and places a meeple on the road or city, can I play a connecting road or city tile and place a meeple to to counteract her claim of the road or city? Or do you have to use strategy and hope that a seperate road or city tile with your meeple will connect to her's?

Hope ya'll arent confused by what I'm trying to say.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Jim McMahon
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recon28501 wrote:
I have a quick question. Are players allowed to place meeples on adjacent tiles if those tiles connect to the previous tile with an opponents meeple? For example, if my wife plays a road or city tile and places a meeple on the road or city, can I play a connecting road or city tile and place a meeple to to counteract her claim of the road or city? Or do you have to use strategy and hope that a seperate road or city tile with your meeple will connect to her's?

Hope ya'll arent confused by what I'm trying to say.

Thanks in advance.
If the feature on a tile that you just placed already had one or more meeples connected to it from previous tiles, you may not add a meeple to it. You must place it on an unconnected feature and hope it connects later in the game.
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Kenneth Jones
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Thanks for the quick reply sir. I can't beleive I missed it in the rulebook. The reason I bring this up is because I was playing the PC version and my meeple options were limited so that sparked the question for the tabletop game.

Thanks Again!
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Craig Willis
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Stealing a large city or road by sneaking one of your Meeple onto it is either very satisfying or annoying depending on which side of the stealing you are on!

When playing against family it can be a risky move! ;-)
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Kenneth Jones
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Very true!

craiggiarc wrote:
Stealing a large city or road by sneaking one of your Meeple onto it is either very satisfying or annoying depending on which side of the stealing you are on!

When playing against family it can be a risky move! ;-)
 
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