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Subject: Neutral worker considered as a color? rss

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Geir Wahlquist
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Is the neutral worker considered as a color. If there already is a worker with neutral color in a tower, is it possible for another player to place neutral worker in same tower.
 
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Cole Munro-Chitty
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No, the neutral worker is considered a non-color. That is why it is possible to place both a colored worker and a neutral worker in the same tower. And yes, two neutral workers could occupy the same tower/space. Think of it like the black dice in Marco Polo, if you've played that.
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Geir Wahlquist
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Thank you. Then we played it correct
 
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Kamil Łukasik
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colemunrochitty wrote:
No, the neutral worker is considered a non-color. That is why it is possible to place both a colored worker and a neutral worker in the same tower. And yes, two neutral workers could occupy the same tower/space. Think of it like the black dice in Marco Polo, if you've played that.

Really? Both "beige" neutral pawns can be placed in the same tower? I thought they are considered as "same colour".

Is it official rulling?
 
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