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Subject: Mistakes in the Playbook''s Sample Game Turn ? rss

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Sergey Kosarev
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Hi, Geeks!)
I found 2 mistakes in the Sample!

1)
14. Interphase.
...........
Returning to the current situation, Bill looks at Britain’s
meager six CPs of reinforcements in disgust.

However earlier on
Round 2: Spain/Fran
Reserve {5}
{6} Ireland Revolts — PLAYED
Fran plays {6} Ireland Revolts as an event from the Spanish
hand and places a French flag and Unit in each of Cork,
Connaught and Ulster.
So Britain should have forteits one reinforcement CP for each French flag in Ireland during each Interphase while this event is in effect.

2)
14.1 CAMPS:
Since France and Britain may
never change Camps and Austria is obligated to one turn of
neutrality, only Russ has that option now. He offers to change
sides.....

However earlier on
Round 1: Denmark/Proxy
Reserve {4} plus one card — PLAYED
The Danes only card is another red event: {2} Duke d’Enghien
Affair.
So "No Power may join the Imperial Camp in the next Interphase."


Am I right?
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Chris Montgomery
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Certainly looks like you're correct.

But making a few mistakes is probably more along the correct lines of playing, even though I know it wasn't intentional in the example of play. I'm not sure I've ever played a CDG without making a rules error, or forgetting a card effect.

Cheers!
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