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Ludovic GIMET
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Hi,

After bidding, it's written the player on the highest position begins to choose. But, what happens if more than one are on the same line ?

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zer0geee
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If several meeples are on the same line, the player with the meeple on the higher value choses first.
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Ludovic GIMET
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Thanks. But I think it's not written in the rules.
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fabrice vandenbogaerde
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Mr. Horseman is wright. If meeples are on the same row, the one on the highest value (fourth collumn) chooses first. We tried to draw the stairs in such a perspective that this would be visually clear. Obviously it isn't soblue

But if not on the same collumn, the meeple on the highest row (step of the stairs) wins, even if not on a higher value.

Thx for playing Papa Paolo

Fabrice
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Ludovic GIMET
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fabricefab wrote:
Mr. Horseman is wright. If meeples are on the same row, the one on the highest value (fourth collumn) chooses first. We tried to draw the stairs in such a perspective that this would be visually clear. Obviously it isn't soblue

But if not on the same collumn, the meeple on the highest row (step of the stairs) wins, even if not on a higher value.

Thx for playing Papa Paolo

Fabrice


Thanks for this answer. It's clear -now-.

Hope to play this game on saturday.
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Nikolas Co
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It's worth noting that these rules mean that someone who paid less money may get to pick an investment tile before someone who paid more. For example:
* Player A bid $4 on the first row (fourth column)
* Player B bid $3 on the second row (first column)
Player B gets to pick first.
 
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fabrice vandenbogaerde
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NikolasCo wrote:
It's worth noting that these rules mean that someone who paid less money may get to pick an investment tile before someone who paid more. For example:
* Player A bid $4 on the first row (fourth column)
* Player B bid $3 on the second row (first column)
Player B gets to pick first.


That is, Nicolas, because you invest in delivery also! So if you bid in the first collumn you pay less for delivery (because it is always the weakest deliverytile) and more for the investment tile. As a matter of speaking, players divide their bids between delivery and investment. The less you pay for delivery, the more there is left to invest. That is what we kept in mind when putting the numbers on the stairs. We did think this through, you know meeple
 
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Nikolas Co
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fabricefab wrote:
We did think this through, you know meeple
Yeah, it's just unusual. Of course, that's part of this game's charm
 
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fabrice vandenbogaerde
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NikolasCo wrote:
fabricefab wrote:
We did think this through, you know meeple
Yeah, it's just unusual. Of course, that's part of this game's charm

It is wat is unusual that catches the eye. At least that is what my wife told me just before she married me.
 
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