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Krzysztof Miernik
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I need a clarification about reservation rule in a two-players game with neutral colour. Suppose that situation is as follows: red wall - blue tower - empty space. Is it possible for the blue player to put the neutral wall on the empty space (which is by the rules reserved for him)? Or the space is reserved only for the blue wall?
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Walter Obert
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Only blue walls can be played there. Neutral walls are considered as "third player" walls.
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Tomek G.
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I have another question regarding 2-players game and tower. Recently I played it with my friend. He put his tower on the board and one of the adjacent spaces was empty, so it was reserved for him. Next turn he put his last single wall (game was almost finished) on the other board. So this is the situation: there is only one empty space, but reserved for player, who has no walls left. What players should do? (we decided to score the province with empty space anyway and finish the game according to normal rules).
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Chris
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We had almost the same problem, but the other player had a single wall and a card left. We let them play the card, but not the single wall in space next to the tower. They only played 1 card, because they didn't have 2 cards.
 
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