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F C
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Please help me...I read all about wonders in rulebook and i dont understand what is the purpose of obsolete a wonder... What I earn? I may build another wonder in that city? Why would I obsolete a wondeer?

Thanks all for help. I perfectly understand now
 
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Carsten Jorgensen
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christian274343 wrote:
Hello!
Please help me...I read all about wonders in rulebook and i dont understand what is the purpose of obsolete a wonder... What I earn? I may build another wonder in that city? Why would I obsolete a wonder?


You can obsolete the wonder of ANOTHER player .
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Marcin Przybylski
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Obsolete wonders are discarded (removed from play).

You can do it because:
- you want to get wonders from next age (from market)
- you want to get rid of opponent's wonder

Edit: Andrew B is right.
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Andrew B
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christian274343 wrote:
Hello!
Please help me...I read all about wonders in rulebook and i dont understand what is the purpose of obsolete a wonder... What I earn? I may build another wonder in that city? Why would I obsolete a wonder?


You do not obsolete them. Other players do it to you. When a wonder becomes obsolete it no longer has any abilities, but it still provides the culture tokens.

You can build over an old wonder even if it is not obsolete.
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Still, you can obsolete your own wonder, even if it's quite useless.
 
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