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Feb
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comment Who won this game of Settlers of Catan?
@the - see my answer below for the evidence of my wrongness :) Not the answer I would have liked to find, but there ya go!
Feb
9
answered Who won this game of Settlers of Catan?
Feb
9
comment Who won this game of Settlers of Catan?
@the - I respect you but I remain baffled by the number of folks trying to find a way out of, "You can only declare victory on your turn". This doesn't appear to be a point of contention on BGG, btw.
Feb
9
comment Who won this game of Settlers of Catan?
By the by, you don't need the bus in your example. The current longest road can be broken at any time which gives the longest road to someone else, conceivably putting them at 10+ points.
Feb
9
comment Who won this game of Settlers of Catan?
Can you post the full text of the question you posed to them? It seems that they did not at all answer the central question here.
Feb
9
answered Missions in Risk — is Australia really an island?
Feb
8
asked Starting on a tile edge
Feb
8
comment Who won this game of Settlers of Catan?
@Little - I think it is more plausible that the phrase you use means that if it isn't your turn and you find yourself with 10 points then you need to wait until your next turn to claim victory.
Feb
7
comment Who won this game of Settlers of Catan?
It is funny how different well meaning people can interpret the same two sentences in a completely opposite manner. For me, the first sentence is critical, "You can only declare a victory on your turn". That means you need to take an affirmative action, to declare that you have won. If you do not, the game continues. On your next turn, you will have another chance to declare victory...if noone beats you to it.
Feb
6
comment What's the difference between the different Bohnanza expansions? How do they change the game?
What an odd sounding expansion! Unfortunately, that last sentence does register with me. They may not be my two favorite things, but they're on the list!
Feb
6
revised How long does one get to keep the third bean field in bohnanza?
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Feb
6
revised How long does one get to keep the third bean field in bohnanza?
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Feb
6
answered How long does one get to keep the third bean field in bohnanza?
Feb
6
answered What are the blue-backed cards in Dominion for?
Feb
6
comment Coloretto vs. Aquaretto and Zooloretoo, what are the differences and how can I tell which to buy?
Could you explain why you are grouping the three games together? I'm not familiar with any of them and could use a little background.
Feb
6
revised Scrabble computer version that uses the new dictionary? (OSPD4/OTCWL2)
link the link
Feb
5
revised How does Le Havre compare with Agricola?
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5
revised How does Le Havre compare with Agricola?
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Feb
5
comment Citadels: Wishing Well card 'every other purple district' clarfication
Earliest Luding cite is the French version (1999)
Feb
4
revised What are some good 8 player games?
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