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Ric Bernat
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Even excluding the Quined Games edition, there are seem to be four editions in English (or English as one of multiple languages):

- English edition 2013 with GAMES 100 "Game of the Year" 2013 (Ammonit Spiele, HUCH! & friends, Passport Game Studios)
- Multilingual edition 2012 (Ammonit Spiele, HUCH! & friends, Hutter Trade GmbH + Co KG)
- Multilingual second edition 2011 (Ammonit Spiele, HUCH! & friends)
- English/German first edition 2011 (Ammonit Spiele)

Are there any significant differences in rules or components between them?
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Chase Williams
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Not that I am aware of.
 
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The rules were revised after the first German/English edition. The gameplay wasn't changed, but several areas were clarified.
 
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Maarten D. de Jong
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One very minor rule was added: that every unused Trajan tile counts as 1 point at the end of the game. That is the only genuine addition between the first and subsequent editions. Not a game-breaker by any means.
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Ric Bernat
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cymric wrote:
One very minor rule was added: that every unused Trajan tile counts as 1 point at the end of the game. That is the only genuine addition between the first and subsequent editions. Not a game-breaker by any means.

Thanks. So to be clear: no change in board or components, just a change in the rules, right?
 
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