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Randall Barnes
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I may have missed this part of the rulebook, but how do I tell the difference between the high and low elevations? Are the high elevation regions just the beige ones without spots for dikes on their borders?
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swingjunkie wrote:
I may have missed this part of the rulebook, but how do I tell the difference between the high and low elevations? Are the high elevation regions just the beige ones without spots for dikes on their borders?

Yes, the high elevation regions are beige with stripes and have no places for dikes. They are 'buffers', the water doesn't go there. You can walk through them like through any region though (we forgot this in our first game sessions). 'Oost-Brabant' (high elevation region) is very handy to go from 'West-Brabant' to 'Roer en Overmaas' for example.
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George Zee
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Yes, based on the reading that I got and also the way the words "low elevations" was used, I am certain that everything on the board is considered "low elevation" unless it's the beige spaces with the lines through it.
 
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Terence Aries
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It is in a tiny box in the rules, at the top of a left page (I'm away from the rules at the moment)
 
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