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Subject: follow the natural order and not clockwise order rss

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Mike Bazynski
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it feels the passing mechanism was designed for turn order to follow the placement of players' ships on the river tile.

my bet is the 'clockwise order' rule is either a typo or someone last second thought 'lets do a faidutti and add a randomness factor cause it's "more fun"'

can you guys see any problems with ditching the clockwise order? my thinking is when you go for last place to get a river tile you should be last next turn, and not think 'I was lucky to sit behind the guy who loves to be first at any cost, so I pay no turn order cost for that river thing. too bad all the other losers chose wrong chairs to sit on before the game'
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Mitch Harding
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In Keyflower, you go clockwise after the first player. Since this game is extremely similar to Keyflower, my guess is that the clockwise wording is intentional and not a mistake, That said, I would be interested to see how it plays to use the turn order established by passing rather than just going clockwise after the first player.
 
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Matt Simpson
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We played this the other night and used boat order as player turn order. It worked really really well. Definitely do that again.
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Janus Basnov
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Simpsqo wrote:
We played this the other night and used boat order as player turn order. It worked really really well. Definitely do that again.


This was how we played it as well, I think this works better
 
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