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Jason Christie
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I am hoping someone can help.

When moving from one terrain profile type to another, does your dice roll + modification carry over? An example is moving from a downhill tile to a uphill tile. Does your dice roll +12 carry over to the uphill tile. If I start at the end of the downhill tile and roll a 6 and then add 12 for a total of 18, do I get to speed up the uphill/mountain? Doesn't seem right to me.

 
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René Christensen
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Yes, it does.
Always from where you start a movement.
That's why it's a good thing to slow down your rider, so he stops just before the uphill.
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Thanks for the reply. I see what you mean about slowing down at the end of the downhill but it doesn't sound very thematic.
 
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René Christensen
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You carry the speed from the flat or downhill roads over to the beginning of the uphill.
An uphill with only for ex. 10 spaces is a very small hill. You need 20 or more spaces on an uphill to call it a mountain.
If your rider has good legs, then a mountain won't be a problem.
It's a game, not a simulation.

How many riders do you play with in each team? We have four riders in a team.
Do you find the time limit is okay? We use the food area as our time limit and yet I lost two riders in just 4 stages of Giro d'Italia. My team is in trouble.

Have you found the official website? http://www.tonygames.mypage.cz/menu/novinky-news

 
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