Big Head Zach
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After my first play last night (which was very well received by the way, especially by our cat who kept the box lid secured), it dawned on me how volatile the Advancement deck is, considering how many different subtypes of cards make up the Advancement type in the first game alone:

* Assistants
* Constructed building cards (includes your starting building card!)
* Unconstructed building cards

Any of these are eligible to be delivered for quotas, which would send them to the Advancement Discard Pile (and if you have open slots on the mat, these cards would then become available for purchase in the Market). So it is very possible that other charters can build your buildings, open your crates, and acquire distinct personas (as the rules state, personas do not necessarily need to resemble your base character).

Related to question to this thought: what does the line of icons/text directly beneath the crate in the upper right of building cards signify? Is it simply a reminder of what building the card originally held or does it carry some additional significance we shouldn't ignore?
 
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Jamey Stegmaier
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The line of icons/text directly beneath the crate icon show that it's an advancement card (subtype: building) and the name of the building (which is also on the building sticker itself, but once the sticker is removed, so is the name).
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