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Are either of these maps good for two players?
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LunarSoundDesign wrote:
Are either of these maps good for two players?


One of the two maps has only 23 areas, so it's the tightest map for a 2 player game.
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thegrinder wrote:
LunarSoundDesign wrote:
Are either of these maps good for two players?


One of the two maps has only 23 areas, so it's the tightest map for a 2 player game.


Britannia also has exactly 23 cities.

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Concordia: Britannia Expansion features a double-sided map for Concordia.

The Britannia map offers tight play with only 23 cities in ten provinces. Players start in London and Boulogne, expanding Britannia from the south.

The Germania map features 30 cities in twelve provinces again. The additional castles, different starting positions, and sea colonists moving along rivers bring new options into play.


Hispania does have one fewer province though. (9 vs 10 in Britannia)
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Wich one would you get for a 2p beginner?
 
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Laner wrote:
Wich one would you get for a 2p beginner?


Salsa is great, we love all the maps from concordia with two though.
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LunarSoundDesign wrote:
Laner wrote:
Wich one would you get for a 2p beginner?


Salsa is great, we love all the maps from concordia with two though.


Thanks for the reply. I was thinking that the Britania seems to be exciting since it creates a race in the start with a more narrow selection of places to go. But the salsa maps looks small enough as well.
 
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Laner wrote:
LunarSoundDesign wrote:
Laner wrote:
Wich one would you get for a 2p beginner?


Salsa is great, we love all the maps from concordia with two though.


Thanks for the reply. I was thinking that the Britania seems to be exciting since it creates a race in the start with a more narrow selection of places to go. But the salsa maps looks small enough as well.


Yes salsa has same number of regions as Britannia (23 I think). If I had known about salsa before I bought Britannia I definitely would have gone with salsa.
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Laner wrote:
Wich one would you get for a 2p beginner?

I'd go with Salsa too, the 2/3p maps from both expansions are excellent and I wouldn't consider any of the maps advanced. If you get Salsa though you have a few modules you can add as you gain more experience with the game. I'd introduce salt after a few plays and then add the Forum tiles after that.
 
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I agree with will except i would use salt and the forum cards right away
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Thanks you!

Can't get a straighter answer than this. Concordia and salsa it is!
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