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Subject: Terrain types and Regions rss

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John Blackham
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When building my own map, if I place tiles in such a way that two of the same terrain types from two unique tiles are touching do they count as just 1 region or two regions which can be attacked individually?

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Lars Wagner Hansen
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2 regions. There is a clear border between them.
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Note that the original boards also have plenty of identical regions bordering one another.
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If you have white lines separating regions on different tiles, how would you keep track that they are in any way conjoined?
Yup, white lines = borders, and the placement you are describing is perfectly legal & acceptable. (Although it is a bit difficult to build a balanced map, I'll warrant you, without having a bunch of similar regions clumping together and giving a region-based power a massive advantage.)
Good luck to you!
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