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Daniel Blumentritt
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Only if there are pirates there, but drawing a max of 2 cards. Doesn't seem legal but I could have sworn reading that it was legal.
 
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I don't think so. I've never read that. If it's in the rules, I missed it.

I prefer Cartagena II, because to get more cards you have to move OTHER players' pawns FORWARD. That and the boat in the middle is kinda cool too. Always moving forward keeps the game chugging along nicely. I highly recommend it.
 
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No, it's not legal.

But you can move back off the boat.
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Statalyzer wrote:
Only if there are pirates there, but drawing a max of 2 cards. Doesn't seem legal but I could have sworn reading that it was legal.
You can do it, but you gain nothing.
If you check the game rules at YouPlay.It you will see that they says that you can pick up cards from where there are one or two pirates.
 
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Daniel Blumentritt
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YouPlay it never lets you move back into the jail, even if there are only 1 or 2 pirates there.
 
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