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Subject: Quick 3 Player Question About Map Tiles rss

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Al Johnson
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In the 2 player game you flip over 2 map tiles (in other words they aren't used). Do you flip over 1 in a 3 player game? It would seem to make sense and I even saw it explained that way in one of the video reviews posted here. However, I don't see that in the rule anywhere.

Anybody here seen it in the rules? If not, does it make sense to you?

Thanks in advance for any responses.
 
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Al Johnson wrote:
In the 2 player game you flip over 2 map tiles (in other words they aren't used). Do you flip over 1 in a 3 player game? It would seem to make sense and I even saw it explained that way in one of the video reviews posted here. However, I don't see that in the rule anywhere.

Anybody here seen it in the rules? If not, does it make sense to you?

Thanks in advance for any responses.


The adjustments for player counts are to flip 2 tiles down for 2 players, and to play with fewer camps at 4 players. (3 players has the same number of camps as a 2 player game, and the same number of tiles as a 4 player game, so it's appropriately in the middle).

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No, you use all tiles in 3-4 player games.
Just in a 2p do you flip over tiles

edit: beaten to the punch yet again
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Thanks for the replies, makes sense.
 
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