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Official Rules / Swedish rules are very poorly translated
« on: April 13, 2015, 02:31:46 PM »
I think that it's a petty that the swedish rules are very poor translated. Often we need to check the rules for norwegian and danish (that comes along with the nordic version of the boxes) and let 2 out of three win.

Simple tings that in one language it is stated that one thing gives 4 points, and in the other language it is stated 3 points. Where can I find the latest rules (English ok) in PDF for each of the boxes? To search this site every time is quite tricky, and it kind of ruins the game when you constantly needs to doubt the game. I post swedish and danish rules side by side for Abbey & Mayor, marking out the differences.

I cannot attach the files here because only very small attachments are allowed. Instead the rules are available here:


Official Rules / Adding the pig to a farm with a barn
« on: April 13, 2015, 02:20:16 PM »

When I add a tile to connect one field (with a farmer) to another field (with a barn), is it OK to place a pig on the connecting tile? I practice, this ended up with adding the pig every time when doing this maneuver, since the pig was directly returned.

Official Rules / Three questions with pictures - about the wagon
« on: April 13, 2015, 02:17:31 PM »
In the attached files, what movements of the wagon is allowed?

Official Rules / When can I move a ferry?
« on: February 05, 2015, 07:35:27 AM »
I have a ferry tile with 3 piers, and one white wooden piece that interconnect two them. If  I build a road that connects to the third pier, the unconnected one, can I then change the connection do my road gets connected with one of the other two piers?

In the rules for ferries it's stated that "Whenever a player extends a road that contains one or more ferries...". I'm not sure whether I should interpret this as "one or more ferry tiles" or "one or more white wooden pieces".

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