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Subject: Brussels Action in 4 and 5 players game rss

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Andrea Panizza
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Hi,
The note says:

"In 4- and 5-player games, the
actions of the Brussels board are available
twice. This permits the second player who chooses an
action to use it with only one assistant. The third and
fourth players to use the action would need 2 assistants,
and so on."

This means that the second, the fourth, the sixth etc. player can perform the action in the space without placing their Assistant (that is they perform the action "using" the first, the third and the fifth player's Assistants)?
 
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Paulo Renato
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Vila Nova Gaia
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No... this means that the second player to use the same space in a 4 or 5 player game has to place 1 assistant instead of the normal 2 in a 2 or 3 player game...

The 4th player to use a space has to put 2 assistants (same as the third player) and the fifth has to put 3 assistants...
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Andrea Panizza
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Yes, of course...
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Sheldon Smith
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Yes, that's correct. At first I read the rules like it was just the first two placements, but in reality it's like each spot is cut in half (2 different boxes).

1st placement = 1 worker assistant
2nd placement = 1 worker assistant
3rd placement = 2 worker assistants
4th placement = 2 worker assistants
5th placement = 3 worker assistants
6th placement = 3 worker assistants
... etc.
 
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