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민수 이
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Hello.
I've read only the player's books.
I have a few questions.

I think this is the question that arose because my English is not very good.

First question.

The word " May not " is frequently used in this player's book.
The word " may not " can be interpreted in two ways.
(Difference in availability)


In other words, Must or matter of choice.
(so, Can I translate "may not" into "must not" ?)

Second Question.



The picture above describes "Foreman".
Watch what you drag here.
It is a little harder to interpret the meaning of " PASS ".
Can I understand one of the action scenes in a regular game, "Pass"?
Or
Can I interpret it as " After the action is over "?

Third Question.
How do you think I should understand one of the development tiles, the "Patron" tile?

In the spirit of sacrifice A "volunteer" or
A frequent shopper



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uitro5 wrote:
Second Question.



The picture above describes "Foreman".
Watch what you drag here.
It is a little harder to interpret the meaning of " PASS ".
Can I understand one of the action scenes in a regular game, "Pass"?
Or
Can I interpret it as " After the action is over "?

You can move the marker, if and only if your current action marker allows you to take an additional action (e.g. take a tile) and you do not use that additional action.
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uitro5 wrote:

First question.

The word " May not " is frequently used in this player's book.
The word " may not " can be interpreted in two ways.
(Difference in availability)


In other words, Must or matter of choice.
(so, Can I translate "may not" into "must not" ?)


Translating into "must not" is correct. It's strange but that's the typical meaning in English.

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Second Question.


The picture above describes "Foreman".
Watch what you drag here.
It is a little harder to interpret the meaning of " PASS ".
Can I understand one of the action scenes in a regular game, "Pass"?
Or
Can I interpret it as " After the action is over "?


Interpret it as "has an opportunity to take the additional action but does not do so". You move the Foreman instead of taking the special marker additional action.

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Third Question.
How do you think I should understand one of the development tiles, the "Patron" tile?

In the spirit of sacrifice A "volunteer" or
A frequent shopper


More like a frequent shopper.
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민수 이
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This is the answer you wanted.
Thank you very much!
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Thank you very much!
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