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Subject: End game scoring rss

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Thibaut Palfer-Sollier
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Hi,

Every part of the rulebook is full of examples that make everything very clear. Every part but the endgame scoring.
If I understand it correctly, this is how it works.

For each type of industry, each player counts how many cubes he has on this type of industry on the board :
- 4 cubes or less : 0$
- 5 to 9 cubes : 5$ per cube, that is 25$ to 45$
- 10 to 14 cubes : 10$ per cube, that is 100$ to 140$
- ...
Is that correct?

Thanks!
 
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Can Adatepe
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It works like this:

For each industry, you count the number of squares you got. You get $5x that amount.

If you are the leader (i.e. the one with most squares) you get an extra $10.

Example: You have 4 cubes in finance and you are the leader. You get $20+$10= $30. Blue player has 2 cubes, he gets $10. Red player has 3 squares, he gets $15.

Do this for all 5 industries.
Then lose $20 for each unpaid loan.
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Thibaut Palfer-Sollier
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Yes, it is obviously that.
The sentence could have been more explicit ("for each of the 5 types of industry" + an example) and my friend got me confused (I had the right interpretation when I first read it).

Thanks for the very quick answer.
 
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