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Geert Vinaskov
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Hi guys.

I'm looking for examples of games where a slash / is used to convey "for each" or "per".

For instance:

When you choose this action, you receive two coins per worker.
/ meeple

or similarly,

At the end of the game, you get a victory point for every set of three coins you have.
/


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Bojan Prakljacic
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meeple / meeplemeeple = /

I always tough = is more explanatory...
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Russ Williams
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A few cards in Saint Petersburg use that notation.

E.g. the upgraded aristrocrat Steuereintreiber has " / ", i.e. earn 1 coin for each green card you have.

Edited to add: here's a picture of all the St P cards:
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Geert Vinaskov
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The City
The City by Thomas Lehmann uses "/" to mean "for each".

This game wasn't released in English. In Dutch it's called Metropolis.



Edit:

And Escape: The Curse of the Temple.

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Above and Below


The fourth card on the top gives the ability to reroll one die during each exploration, and one coin during the income phase for each amethyst or ore the person has.

The second card on the bottom gives one point at the end of the game for each cave which does not contain an outpost, and the ability to reroll one die during each exploration.


These cards give:

3 points, plus 1 per cider, mushroom, fruit, or fish
4 points, plus 2 per potion or ore
2 points, plus 2 per villager
7 points, plus 2 per outpost
12 points, plus 2 per paper or amethyst
3 points, plus 3 per building
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Brent Gerig
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Nefarious uses that representation.



In the third card from the top (Moon Base), the player gets 3 coins per card in hand, then discards one card per card in hand.

Edit: I've also played other games where the slash means "choose one of these." The Nefarious rules clarify well:
rulebook wrote:
Some effects have a "/" symbol. The slash means "per;" it means that the effect of the card depends on the number you have of what is specified after the slash.
...and goes on to give examples.
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Andreas Pettersson
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Terraforming Mars has it. Left card, lower right in image below. 1 VP per 2 animals on the card at game end.

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Isle of Skye?

https://boardgamegeek.com/image/2707085/isle-skye-chieftain-...
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