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Subject: Livestock on houses and a misleading phrase in the rules rss

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Ido Abelman
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So to my understanding sheep and cattle can be used like normal red goods for everything - upgrading them, placing them on the feast table and placing them in houses. I have seen confirmation for the first 2 in the faq and the forums. I haven't seen anyone mention the option of placing them in houses. I guess it's a relatively inefficient option but I see no reason it wouldn't be possible.

Which leads to the question - are they still worth points while in the house? This is not mentioned in the sheep/cattle scoring while in the scoring for the English crown it is mentioned specifically you score for it no matter if it is in the supply or a board.

Also do sheep/cattle in a house count for breeding? Can they get pregnant?

Another thing - not exactly a rules question as I am pretty sure of they answer - the description of the "smithy" action on page 15 of the rulebook says:

Jewelry tiles show a forge tongs symbol...
...as well as all of the special tiles


Clearly not all of the special tiles have a forge tongs symbol, just the ones at the lower left + the crucifix so this sentence is misleading. My version is apparently one in which they fixed the errata that is downloadable here on BGG, unfortunately this apparently slipped. Another thing that should have been done IMO is something (even an extra slip of paper) to draw attention to the fact the crucifix has forge tongs - I didn't notice it today when I played for the first time and only noticed it later when I saw people mentioning it online.
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They don't fit.
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oh
well that's one way to solve it
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Best. Thread. Ever.
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boomtron wrote:
They don't fit.


Oink.
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Jeff Chunko wrote:
boomtron wrote:
They don't fit.


Oink.


Quiet, you.
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boomtron wrote:
Jeff Chunko wrote:
boomtron wrote:
They don't fit.


Oink.


Quiet, you.


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