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We found the game to be very enjoyable but not sure if we played 3 aspects correctly.

If you use the ability of a ruin card during the game, you flip it over. Do you also score the victory points for flipped over ruin cards?

Additionally, which private boats are available for purchase in 2,3, and 4 player game respectively?

Each set of red/blue/yellow cards is worth 5 points at the end of the game. Are monsters and dragr scored together or separately?

Thanks in advance for clarifications.
 
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edparkmike1 wrote:
We found the game to be very enjoyable but not sure if we played 3 aspects correctly.

If you use the ability of a ruin card during the game, you flip it over. Do you also score the victory points for flipped over ruin cards?

Additionally, which private boats are available for purchase in 2,3, and 4 player game respectively?

Each set of red/blue/yellow cards is worth 5 points at the end of the game. Are monsters and dragr scored together or separately?

Thanks in advance for clarifications.
1 : You still get the points but turning it over remembers you that you used it.

2 : There should be a player count noted on the boats. Like for 3 players you remove all the boats that have 4+ on them. Or for 2 players remove all +3 and +4 boats

3 : Yes it's the set that counts not what monster it is.
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My boats don't say 3+, 4. I looked for markings but don't see any

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edparkmike1 wrote:
We found the game to be very enjoyable but not sure if we played 3 aspects correctly.

If you use the ability of a ruin card during the game, you flip it over. Do you also score the victory points for flipped over ruin cards?

Additionally, which private boats are available for purchase in 2,3, and 4 player game respectively?

Each set of red/blue/yellow cards is worth 5 points at the end of the game. Are monsters and dragr scored together or separately?

Thanks in advance for clarifications.
1 : You still get the points but turning it over remembers you that you used it.

2 : There should be a player count noted on the boats. Like for 3 players you remove all the boats that have 4+ on them. Or for 2 players remove all +3 and +4 boats

3 : Yes it's the set that counts not what monster it is.
 
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That's weird. Mine do....

In any case, if you don't have them marked for whatever reason you can easily determine by the influence value: private longboats give you influence at the end of the game. It's indicated on the card. Public longships don't have any influence value.

Hope that helps,
da_miche

Edit: disregard what I said above... This will still not tell you which boats are avaiable for which player count.

You should see some stylised meeples beside the name of the boat.

I had a look at the images (of course I don't have my game at hand right now):
* the Skeide (cost 1 wood, 2 gold - value 6 influence) is marked for four players
* another Skeide (cost 1 wood, 2 gold - value 6 influence) is marked for three players
* the other two boats (Drekars, 1 wood, 1 gold - 4 influence and 2 wood, 2 gold - 8 influence) are for two players

Hope this helps.
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Thanks. This is exactly what we need to know.

da_miche wrote:
That's weird. Mine do....

In any case, if you don't have them marked for whatever reason you can easily determine by the influence value: private longboats give you influence at the end of the game. It's indicated on the card. Public longships don't have any influence value.

Hope that helps,
da_miche

Edit: disregard what I said above... This will still not tell you which boats are avaiable for which player count.

You should see some stylised meeples beside the name of the boat.

I had a look at the images (of course I don't have my game at hand right now):
* the Skeide (cost 1 wood, 2 gold - value 6 influence) is marked for four players
* another Skeide (cost 1 wood, 2 gold - value 6 influence) is marked for three players
* the other two boats (Drekars, 1 wood, 1 gold - 4 influence and 2 wood, 2 gold - 8 influence) are for two players

Hope this helps.
 
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I checked my boats and next to the title of the boat there are some silhouetts of persons that's where you have to look.
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Thanks Steven - I missed it
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