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John Sheppard
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As I was punching and sorting bits last night, I found that the neutral (white) brick bits used for the temple looked the same as the player bricks, which is what I expected, but...

Three of the white brick bits have a small green icon of some sort in the center. Looks like the Splotter logo. Anyway, I looked at the parts list in the rules and didn't see anything where there were only 3 bits included in a group, so I assume they are white bricks, but I could be wrong. I didn't find a mention of these bits in the rules for the wonder either, but perhaps I missed something.

Can someone confirm they are neutral temple bricks or otherwise clue me in? Thanks!
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William Springer
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Yes, the icon is just decorative.
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Jeroen Doumen
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They're extra (spare) bits - use only the 33 white wonder bricks in the game.

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Tare Panda
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Hehe I was also wondering about these 'magic/otter' wonder bricks laugh
One more reason to get the 4th edition!
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Tyler McLaughlin
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Those have been in previous editions as well. In both printings of 3rd edition anyway.
 
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