|Comment Page||Associated Page||Comment Title||Comment||Author||Last Editor||Created||Last Edited|
|CommentStreams:04b804b979871f4dc3e83a23e0cc5dba||Carcassonne Order of Play||MESSAGES (#1B) is associated to the round of scoring for the Wheel of Fortune actions in Step 1B
MESSAGES (#1C) is associated to the round of scoring for the Wind Roses tiles in Step 1C
|Meepledrone||Apr 9 at 2:47 am|
|CommentStreams:E833a49fea4ab8a45da65e2ec0505c0c||Carcassonne Order of Play||Messages||Where are "MESSAGES (#1B)" and "MESSAGES (#1C)"?||anonymous||Apr 8 at 8:41 pm|
|CommentStreams:F809059555927c7d89004296c50cdc83||Inns and Cathedrals||"Is that a village?"
||Sinscerly||Sinscerly||Apr 7 at 8:21 am||Apr 7 at 2:46 pm|
|CommentStreams:89c1e63145316858690e10d8c66148a5||Inns and Cathedrals||This village will allow you to place a tollhouse token or to connect a road to Leipzig and place a meeple in any quarter, if any of these interactions is interesting to you.||Meepledrone||Apr 7 at 10:51 am|
|CommentStreams:A3bf0a167b36bcc27cb180b8e7a779fe||Castles in Germany||This has been updated to match the new rules for Carcassonne II Halflings so no matter the tiles surrounding a completed monastery it always score 9 points.
This previous scoring rule was part of the clarifications from 10/2015, where each tile in the vicinity of a monastery was counted individually.
|Meepledrone||Apr 7 at 10:27 am|
|CommentStreams:519bfb9f494a8f2121c999abeefda205||Castles in Germany||"Example A: This completed monastery scores 8 points, with 3 German castles in its vicinity.
Example B: This completed monastery scores 7 points, with 2 German castles in its vicinity."
|anonymous||Apr 7 at 9:42 am|
|CommentStreams:5df637e7ddba50de2a74b326d09b5dec||Halflings||"Coat of Arm". no "Pennant"
Thank you, it's called a "Coat of Arms" indeed! Pennants were the old name for it in the first version. (C1) I've corrected it.
|Sinscerly||Apr 6 at 4:58 pm|
|CommentStreams:Aed21e91e17da1e9fe13ffb274a0748c||Inns and Cathedrals||Is that a village?||anonymous||Apr 6 at 12:19 pm|
|CommentStreams:D9090537325a52d2f768debf5023d7cb||Halflings||"Coat of Arm". no "Pennant"||anonymous||Apr 6 at 12:10 pm|
|CommentStreams:840244fc948d7c900e5ad2949a4e74f2||Halflings||Thanks!||anonymous||Apr 6 at 10:56 am|
|CommentStreams:4b0922ce67d0f80edcfa0ece784b8de2||Halflings||"What happens if you place the hill halfling adjacent with other halfling?"
There is not really any source of information about this, but the only logically thing is that you will put the tile (that goes under the hill halfling) under both halflings.
"Can you place a castle on this city?"
If you place it on a 2 tile castle (a city consisting of only 2 semi-circular segments) you may place the castle on it.
The segments are both circular.
|Sinscerly||Sinscerly||Apr 6 at 10:32 am||Apr 6 at 10:38 am|
|CommentStreams:E021b57911737a54e22fab6fbb34a820||Halflings||Can you place a castle on this city?||anonymous||Apr 6 at 9:45 am|
|CommentStreams:72b4e143753a6ced9190c4612387defb||Halflings||What happens if you place the hill halfling adjacent with other halfling?||anonymous||Apr 6 at 9:42 am|
|CommentStreams:5678c36efa33515f1212369805afda8b||Main Page||Ha ha ha... Thank you for your enthusiam.
The page for C2 Halflings is already in place.
|Meepledrone||Meepledrone||Mar 31 at 12:10 pm||Apr 5 at 1:46 pm|
|CommentStreams:42972833a88ebeac83069f59023c9eda||Halflings||Check the exiting clarifications and the community rules for those expansions here:||Meepledrone||Meepledrone||Apr 5 at 12:34 pm||Apr 5 at 12:35 pm|
|CommentStreams:37e08866e867bba26c7359f01bacc928||Halflings||"When a Halfling tile is beside a triangular gap, the Halfling tile counts as a single tile. When 2 Halfling tiles are side-by-side to create one square, they count as a single tile each." But that means that the flier, the pleague spreading, the dragon movement and the tower range are incorrect.||anonymous||Apr 5 at 11:25 am|
|CommentStreams:789fea33311b87757976dc1ddf906a24||Halflings||Yep... We are happy to have access to the digital rules in German and English.
For starters, I'm dealing with:
A) In German says "may" not the implicit "must" found in the English rules. :(
I'll keep you posted.
|Meepledrone||Meepledrone||Apr 1 at 9:01 pm||Apr 1 at 9:04 pm|
|CommentStreams:A058689dfb988bc5a8b6006800d70a95||Halflings||Source||https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XuO2Pcgpo4pz1veJleJtrq8CWpK373Bi/view||anonymous||Apr 1 at 7:14 pm|
|CommentStreams:346067664c8d93f659f484aed8f33ae2||The Phantom (1st edition)||This sentence means:
A) You placed a follower on a feature on a previous turn B) Now you [must] play the builder [or pig] on the same feature on your current turn So B) requires A) to happen. If A) did not happen, B) cannot be performed.
In order words, they are stressing you need a supporting follower on the feature in order to be able to deploy your builder [or pig]. Why?
Because the case the clarification is addressing is the following: You cannot place the phantom followed by the builder [or pig] on the same feature on the same turn. The correct figure placement order is the following: 1) You may place a wooden meeple or aspecial figure (additional options and actions are available - see above) 2) You may place your phantom So some desirable actions are not allowed such as:
So the bottomline is that the feature must be occupied by you on a previous turn if you want to the deploy your builder or pig. And you cannot use your phantom to bend the rules and get it all done in the same turn.
|Meepledrone||Mar 31 at 9:45 pm|
|CommentStreams:1127cda173147910b4dc044f874ea096||Order of Play||Are you asking for a step 1B for the river? Something like...
Step 1B: Draw a Tile (if placing the river)
You would also need a special Step 1C for the river:
Step 1C: Place the Tile
|Meepledrone||Meepledrone||Mar 31 at 9:09 pm||Mar 31 at 9:12 pm|