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General / Re: When is a city considered "complete"
« on: December 30, 2013, 11:12:28 AM »
Thank you very much for this clarification.  I would like to say a this juncture that I was right and my missus was wrong.  This proves that men aren't always wrong.

General / When is a city considered "complete"
« on: December 29, 2013, 03:08:56 AM »
Good day to you all!

Over Christmas my family and I got into a little discussion (as I believe is customary while playing games over the festive period) over the complete / in-complete status of a city.  Although I have seen on other websites it states "a city is complete if the wall around it is complete."  My argueme, however, is this.  How can you have a complete city if there is a square missing in the middle of it?  It is possible to have a situation where you could have 4 single city edged squares around an empty space.  In this scenario the wall is complete but the city is lacking.

So, is anyone able to enlighten me?  Preferably Klaus-J

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