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Subject: Pawn card type: statue and museum cards rss

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Robert Taylor
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What card type does the pawn symbol represent? It's found on the Statue and Museum cards. For the life of me I can't find an explanation in the rule book or in the rules forum.
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Georgios P.
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I think it's just there for the VP-generating trait of similar cards, and to keep such cards from being used as easy fodder for a rebuild action.

I don't think it represents anything other than.... "museum-type" cards.
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John Earles
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It's just a 'card type' icon to allow Redevelopment, see bottom of Page 10.
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Allan
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I spose you could say it represents a "relic" type. We had trouble figuring this one out the first time we played too, it would help if it was mentioned in the rule book somewhere.
 
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Robert Taylor
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Thanks everyone. It makes sense now.
 
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Levi Greenfield
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I spose you could say it represents a "relic" type. We had trouble figuring this one out the first time we played too, it would help if it was mentioned in the rule book somewhere.


I'd call it 'monuments', although I suppose you could call it relics since it is decorations from a fallen empire
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Paweł Dembowski
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I call it "landmark".
 
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