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bruce
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In two-player play, when I used an island card, I brought an island tile,
I placed the Island Card and the Estate card on one of the island tiles, and one of the five cards from the clean-up came out again
If I use island cards again, will I bring a new island tile and have two island tiles?
So, in a two-player game, the island tile is only used for eight,
What if there are no more island tiles available?
 
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Jim Bolland
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Each player has 1 island tile.

Each time you play an island card, you may place 1 card from your hand with that island card on your island tile. The island cards and the other cards placed on the island tile never return to your deck. They are scored at the end as if they are in your deck.
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thank you very much!
 
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Chris Schumann
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A tiny point: The cards on the Island DO return to your deck at the end of the game. It just makes scoring consistent. Here's the rule from the latest printing.

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Island: When you set aside your first Island, take an Island player mat to put it
on. Island and the set aside card are face up on the mat; anyone can look at them.
They stay there until the end of the game, when you return them to your deck
and count your score. When playing Island, you have to set aside a card if you
can. If you Throne Room an Island, you set aside two cards with it. Use 8 copies of
Island for games with 2 players, 12 for games with 3 or more players.
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