Bernie Roessler
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Why were we not in the movie?
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You probably could play it either way I suppose without that much difference in gameplay.

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Phil Eklund
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Re: Should domesticated animals lost in a blizzaed be shuffled back into the appropriate draw deck?
They should go into the appropriate draw deck. This simulates that they are not extinct. Edit: Kyrill points out that it is already in the rules that such creatures are discarded, not kept in the draw deck. My bad.

In general an animal is less likely to go extinct once domesticated. Mankind has saved many a creature from extinction through domestication, such as cattle, hamsters, gingkoes, horses, camels, and possibly cheetahs and Indian elephants.
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Kyrill Melai
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Well, the rules clearly say they are discarded out if the game.

While a domesticated animal is in your hand or tableau, it cannot be hunted. This suggest not enough quantities remain in the wild, i.e. it has suffered the equivalent of going extinct.

So in what quantities would early humans have domesticated species while possible driving them extinct in the wild?

How many generation would it take for a domesticated animl to no longer be able to sustain itself once freed from domestication?
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Yeah I overlooked it too. I like shuffling them back in better. Though it takes up more time it doesn't happen often. Living Rules, Living Rules!
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