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Subject: Removing Neutral Liverymen on Tied Tiles rss

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Aaron Cinzori
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On page 9 of the rules, in the Stage 2: Voting section, we have the following two statements:
2nd paragraph (emphasis added) wrote:
If there is a tie for first place, each tied player adds 1 to their total for each orthogonally adjacent tile with their
master pawn on it. The totals are then checked again and the winner determined. If there is still a tie, then the tile
does not resolve this round, and all pieces remain on the tile.

4th paragraph wrote:
Return all the neutral liveryman pawns on the tile to general supply.


So, in the case of a tie, do the neutral liverymen stay or go?

Thanks.
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All,

When a neutral liveryman is used during a resolution, he will go away at the end - regardless of whether the tile ended up being resolved or not! They're one-shots!

This could lead to a tile being ENTIRELY reset if ALL player liverymen are bounced out!
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