There's a shape called "The Golden Rectangle". Have you heard of it?
It refers to a rectangle that's approximately contstructed in the ratio of 9 to 16. The golden rectangle has several characteristics. Let's say I create a square within this shape. Then, this smaller rectangle that I just created will also be a
golden rectangle. I make another square within that and the leftover is another golden rectangle. And I make a few more, and when I connect all the central points of these shapes it creates a spiral that continues forever. This is the "Golden Spin".
Colonization actions must be conducted for a region if:
- There are any policy cards in play in
- The region fails a limit check.
If it is an "and", if the region is not in conflict at the start of the colonization phase then card effects would not trigger, even if those cards would put the region into conflict. Presumably the cards would then stay in play until they actually do trigger.