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Subject: Milking cattle, and pregnant cattle rss

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Mike White
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Can you milk a pregnant cattle? Rules refer to cattle. Strictly cattle are either pregnant cattle or just cattle. Iconography on the board shows only cattle. The sheep shearer card specifically mentions inclusion of pregnant sheep. And this clarification isn't similarly written anywhere for milking cattle.

Thoughts?

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I say yes. The iconography is exactly the same as sheering sheep. If there was a rule that a pregnant cow can't be milked, it should have an inset picture with a red X over a pregnant cow, like other unique restrictions on the board.
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Frank Heeren
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Yes, you can.
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I realise it'd generally be a terrible idea to do this, but theoretically can one eat sheep and cows (pregnant or otherwise?) at the feast? I assume so because they're red.

(I wonder if one should put them on there as meat? That may be too fiddly though).
 
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You can eat cattle and sheep. Frank confirmed in another thread but I'm on mobile and don't have the link.
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Jon Pessano
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GAFBlizzard wrote:
You can eat cattle and sheep. Frank confirmed in another thread but I'm on mobile and don't have the link.


Wow, I was thinking you could not eat cow or sheep at the feast.

I guess anything red can be eaten.

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jonpfl wrote:
GAFBlizzard wrote:
You can eat cattle and sheep. Frank confirmed in another thread but I'm on mobile and don't have the link.


Wow, I was thinking you could not eat cow or sheep at the feast.

I guess anything red can be eaten.

Thx
jonpfl

I searched up the link.

https://boardgamegeek.com/article/23981036#23981036
 
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jonpfl wrote:
GAFBlizzard wrote:
You can eat cattle and sheep. Frank confirmed in another thread but I'm on mobile and don't have the link.


Wow, I was thinking you could not eat cow or sheep at the feast.

I guess anything red can be eaten.

Thx
jonpfl

I thought the same thing the first time I played (and taught). I think I was convinced of that because you need to process animals to eat them in EVERY SINGLE OTHER Rosenberg game.

Apparently vikings are a little less..... particular on the degree of preparation their meat has undergone.

"I hate getting the first bite of sheep! It's all wool!!"

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grant5 wrote:
I thought the same thing the first time I played (and taught). I think I was convinced of that because you need to process animals to eat them in EVERY SINGLE OTHER Rosenberg game.


Pretty sure that Dwarves in Caverna are quite happy to chew on raw meat too.

Probably worth avoiding it in Feast for Odin though, as unless you're super desperate you're eating points
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