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Subject: Luther and the 1532 senario rss

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eryn roston
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Sorry if this is answered elsewhere. In my scenario book, for the 1532 set-up it says that Luther begins the game excommunicated -- but in the protestant set up if says he's in Wittenberg?

Also I assume that cards removed (ones marked with 1517) are understood as "played" (for example Barbary Pirates as it relates to "Pirates haven")?

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Philip Thomas
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Luther begins the 1532 scenario having been excommunicated in an earlier turn: he can't be excommunicated again therefore. Since he was excommunicated in an earlier turn he has returned to play in Witteberg.

Cards that were automatically played on previous turns (eg Barbary Pirates is automatically played at end of turn 3) have of course been played in this scenario.
 
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