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You should play with the number of pieces (cities or mighty knights) specified by the game rules. You in your example, you should play with only two mighty knights because that's what the rules specify. Suppose you "lost" one of the two knight pieces and had only one. Then you could import an additional one from another set, or use a "token" for the ...


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You need to create a full shipping line. If you want to move a ship, you have to place it so that it is attached to another ship, or to a city or settlement. You can never reach another island with just one ship.


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Boats are like roads with a few exceptions: they must border at least on one side to water. they require wood and sheep to build. you can pivot the last ship in a row of ships (but it needs to stay connected). they are affected by pirates You can only change from road to ship (or ship to road) through a settlement (or city). In order to build a ...


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The manual doesn't clearly state if a shipping route needs to be connected to a city, so If your shipping route reaches a coastline, you can then build a new settlement on that coast, even if it's a new island. is everything i can find on that topic Source Catan: Seafarers Manual



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