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Joel Wolf
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The tech card reads, "Gain 1 rep for each new batch of beer you brew." Does this mean every time you brew a batch of beer you gain a rep (technically, it's a new batch) or every time you brew a batch of beer you have not previously brewed you gain a rep?
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The way i have been playing it, is that each time you brew a new unique batch (not another batch) then you gain rep.
 
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I'm pretty sure that it's the former. You gain 1 rep for each batch you brew, but it's not retroactive.
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madlibyan wrote:
I'm pretty sure that it's the former. You gain 1 rep for each batch you brew, but it's not retroactive.


This is correct. If you look at the Game End research for Basic Ingredients and Advanced Ingredients, you will see that each of those use the word "different" to enforce a uniqueness requirement. The Brewing Breakthrough uses the word "new", just implying that there is no retroactivity.

Edit: Moreover, the Growth & Management (advanced research) Breakthrough is the same type of bonus and specifically says "new recipe you brew that you haven't brewed before" and give 2 Rep instead of 1.
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paedia wrote:
madlibyan wrote:
I'm pretty sure that it's the former. You gain 1 rep for each batch you brew, but it's not retroactive.


This is correct. If you look at the Game End research for Basic Ingredients and Advanced Ingredients, you will see that each of those use the word "different" to enforce a uniqueness requirement. The Brewing Breakthrough uses the word "new", just implying that there is no retroactivity.

Edit: Moreover, the Growth & Management (advanced research) Breakthrough is the same type of bonus and specifically says "new recipe you brew that you haven't brewed before" and give 2 Rep instead of 1.


This is exactly correct. 1 Rep for each batch you brew from that point forward.
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Looks like i have been playing it wrong all this time
 
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rosset37 wrote:
paedia wrote:
madlibyan wrote:
I'm pretty sure that it's the former. You gain 1 rep for each batch you brew, but it's not retroactive.


This is correct. If you look at the Game End research for Basic Ingredients and Advanced Ingredients, you will see that each of those use the word "different" to enforce a uniqueness requirement. The Brewing Breakthrough uses the word "new", just implying that there is no retroactivity.

Edit: Moreover, the Growth & Management (advanced research) Breakthrough is the same type of bonus and specifically says "new recipe you brew that you haven't brewed before" and give 2 Rep instead of 1.


This is exactly correct. 1 Rep for each batch you brew from that point forward.


Thanks everyone. That's how I played it. This just solidifies my victory yesterday.
 
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