I "production actions" it is stated that they can in other parts of the rules it is explicitly repeated (ex. founding cities) and in other parts it is not repeated (ex. all three utilisation actions). This is confusing and I would like to get confirmation that they can substitute at all times.
Whilst reading the rules, I kept getting coins and gold mixed up. (My excuse is that in other games coins and gold are often the same thing).
I believe that the following is true about coins:
a) Player 2 starts the game with one coin, Player 1 has none. b) You earn one coin whenever you select a production action. c) If there is no coin in the supply, take any one resource instead. d) A coin can be used at any time as a 'wild' resource. e) Coins are the only way of paying the penalties for building adjacency (temples or cities of similar resource type).
Hi, everyone. We use coins as a wild only when founding a city. In order to build a temple or fortifications, we use only marble. In order to deploy units we use only iron. In order to put units in our stock we use only gold.
Do we play it the right way, using coin as a wild only for cities foundation or using coins to pay the penalty for same resources adjacency?