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Dave Eisen
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Inns were similar for all four colors. Square cardboard chits that were a little thicker than those for the resources. Different color with the appropriate coat of arms for each color.
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Dave Eisen
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There were no wooden cylinders. The only wood included were cubes to mark workers for each color, 20 of each. And a single blond cube to mark the famine level on the famine track.
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Daniel Corban
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Did you also receive the cubes? Or just discs?
 
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Luke Morris
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Pollution?! Yes it is, trust me. If you don't have the "cleaning" buildings then each person could be laying down half a dozen or more pollution markers each turn.

The discs and cylinders aren't part of the game whatsoever.
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Nate S
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Yeah, sounds like they added some extra bits to the box to use as Inns. If they fit on the hexes it could well be an improvement... I find it's pretty easy to lose sight of an Inn chit when scanning the board late in the game.

Did you get the actual Inn chits, or just the wooden bits?
 
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