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Subject: Basic 2p map is 777/787/777 or 777/787/787? rss

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Thiago Aranha
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Oh, I'd say with a fair degree of certainty that the map in the rulebook is incorrect. Use the ones on the insert.
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Lucas Hedgren
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Agreed with Thiago. Never noticed that, good catch!
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Dennis de Vries
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Ah, doctor, that aneasthetic is perfect!
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I believe the 777/787/787 is correct, otherwise (with 5 cubes each in play), one player can block another player by placing all the cubes on the 7's.

On the other hand: you will win this map if you place your fifth, so I'm not sure...

I don't see a problem with the asymmetric aspect, other than that a player has to roll a different number to place a cube on a neighbouring planet.
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Thiago Aranha
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Nope, ther's no risk of a shut-out in the insert version of the map. Each player can place 4 cubes on the 7-planets and the last cube on the 8-planet.
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Eric Zimmerman
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Joe, great catch! Thiago is correct (as usual ) . The insert map is correct and there should be no risk of a shut-out there.

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