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Subject: Mykerinos: Scoring # 2 Rooms in final Exhibition rss

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John Reiners
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I'm a little unclear about how you score the #2 rooms as per the rules and the example given.
The #2 rooms are between wings of the various patrons and according to the rules belong to both wings that connect them.
In the example the blue player has a cube in the 5 room of Mr Brown's wing and has 3 Mr. Brown cards. He therefore gets 15 pt (5X3). He also has a cube on the number 2 room in between Mr. Brown's wing and Col. Tangerine's Wing. In the example the player has 2 col. Tangerine cards and gets 4 points for that (2X2).

I'm a little unclear though as to how the room is scored. Should the blue player also get 6 pts for the 3 Mr. Brown cards or do you only score for one wing that is connected to the 2 room and if so, which one? The example only shows scoring for Col. Tangerine cards and not for Mr. Brown cards.
 
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you only score each wing once for each player, using the highest room they have a cube in. so in the example the blue players scored Mr. Brown w/ his 5 room only (not the 5 and the 2).
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The number 2 room scores for both wings ... BUT you only score the best points you can for each wing.

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In the example the blue player has a cube in the 5 room of Mr Brown's wing and has 3 Mr. Brown cards. He therefore gets 15 pt (5X3). He also has a cube on the number 2 room in between Mr. Brown's wing and Col. Tangerine's Wing. In the example the player has 2 col. Tangerine cards and gets 4 points for that (2X2).


If the blue player didn;t have a cube in Mr Brown's 5 room, he would score 3 x 2 for Mr Brown and 2 x 2 for Col. Tangerine.

But since he does, he gets the better points for Mr Brown, but still gets the 2 pts for Col Tangerine.


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Now it makes sense. In rereading the rules I now see that, though must have glossed over it the first read through.

Thanks again.

 
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