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Tomas Vanagunas
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It says in the rule book that a pyramid can only be built in an empty city (i.e. a city with no fruit present). It goes on to say that no buildings may be constructed in that city after the pyramid is built. My question is if a city without any fruit, but has previous buildings in it, considered an empty city and therefore a pyramid may be built there?

I think that by empty, it shouldn't have any buildings, fruit, or pyramids in it, but some clarification would be most appreciated.
 
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YaVerOt YaVerOt
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You can build a pyramid in a city with a building, or the rules would be more simple and clear by not distinguishing between buildings an pyramids.

Pyramids act as a blocker for future actions.
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Steve Zamborsky
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Yaverot is correct. An empty city is one devoid of fruit.
 
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