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Why isn't the Forest Folk color green instead of yellow? Green is more intuitive.
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Desferous wrote:
Why isn't the Forest Folk color green instead of yellow? Green is more intuitive.


Color blindness is something we always try and consider when making games.
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Ah I was wondering that after. Red & yellow is better than red & green?
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Desferous wrote:
Ah I was wondering that after. Red & yellow is better than red & green?


Yes, red-green is the most common combination of color blindness. In almost all cases, color blind people retain blue–yellow discrimination.
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Desferous wrote:
Why isn't the Forest Folk color green instead of yellow? Green is more intuitive.


You could always do what I did and inadvertently put the Forest Folk stickers on the BLACK tiles.
 
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Okay, I am not color blind in the least, but I have tremendous trouble telling the white dice from the purple on the stickers. Does anyone else have problems with that?
 
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Okay, I am not color blind in the least, but I have tremendous trouble telling the white dice from the purple on the stickers. Does anyone else have problems with that?

I didn’t have that problem but I’ve had other players express that issue. I do agree that the coloring of the stickers is subtle.
 
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