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Official Rules / Christmas score card
« on: December 21, 2017, 02:53:00 PM »
Hi
Can anyone remember what the rules were for the Christmas scoreboard were that Cundco sold previously. I think you got some bonus points for landing on the presents

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Official Rules / Flier, Halflings and German Castles interactions
« on: April 16, 2016, 07:20:54 PM »
If a flyer moves diagonally down the diagonal split of two adjoining halfling tiles does it count it as two tiles (if so where would it land if it only moved one space) one tile or no tiles (it sneaks down the split!)

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Official Rules / The growing list of holy places and holy people
« on: November 02, 2014, 08:22:25 AM »
Hi,

There seems to be a steadily growing list of holy men and holy places.  So far we have

1. Cloisters - occupied by Monks or the 2nd edition Abbot Meeple
2. Cathedrals - just for show, nobody lives in them
3. The Abbey - occupied by Monks.
4. Shrines - occupied by Heretics
5. German/Dutch/Belgian Monasteries in several different states:
a) occupied by a Monk
b) occupied by an Abbot
c) occupied by a Monk and an Abbot due to the use a Flier tile.
d) unoccupied
6. Darmstadt Church & Chapel - occupied by some sort of follower
7. A Garden - occupied by the 2nd edition Abbot Meeple

My questions are which of the above can be used in the following situations

A - to provide sanctuary to a Knight from a City with a Siege tile
B - give points on an Inquisition result on the Wheel of Fortune
C - be a feature on which you can place the 2nd edition Abbot Meeple
D - be a target feature for a meeple in the City of Carcassonne

E - Also, can the Abbot Meeple use the Flier or a Magic Portal to move to a feature on which he can be placed?

Some of these are obvious and in the rules but others seem to be a bit a grey area. It would be cool if the next version of the rules included a chart showing this information.

Cheers

Geoff

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