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Subject: G2: Biosynthesis - what is an Organism's colour? rss

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Sam Sarjant
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As in the title. I'm reading through the rules, but have got hung up on one particular thing: in G2, when a Darwin roll is in your favour (either because of a 1 and at least 1 red chromosome, or triples), you receive a catalyst 'equal to the Organism's colour'. What is the Organism's colour?

In the case of a Bacterium, is this the colour on the back of the card? Seems quite annoying to have to remember/check it.
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Jorik
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with the placards (ex refugia) it's the top border

(I think, still not enterily clear on all the rules)
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marijn cromheecke
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If u look at the metabolism section on ur bacteria u can see the color u will receive
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Phil Eklund
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You do not have to remember. On your bacteria placard, under the heading "METABOLISM CHROMOSOMES" pointing to the red field, it shows you the color disk you will receive.
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Sam Sarjant
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Aha. Thank you for that. Hiding in plain sight!
 
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calvin chow
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I spent five minutes looking for that as well!
 
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