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Subject: warehouse card rss

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Mitchell Spivak
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I'm not sure if I missed something, but the warehouse card seemed to break the game tonight. As I understand it, the investment cards can be used every round throughout the game. If this is the case for the warehouse card, the person who owns it gets to sell goods from his warehouse every round, without needing to use wagons to move them. Granted he loses the potential bonuses, but the financial benefit seems disproportionate to the other investment cards. We wondered after the game if the card represented only five goods total to be sold throughout the game as opposed to every round (which is how we played it). Please let me know if I misunderstood something. Thanks.
 
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Nattakorn Vuttichaipornkul
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Well, I think warehouse card is useful but I don't think it break the game at all. I'm not sure if you use it correctly because the most money you can can get by selling your goods with the warehouse is 400 each. If you sell 5 of them then most profit you could gain is 1500 (provided you bought you goods at the lowest price 100 each)which is not nearly enough to keep up with the upkeep in the late game, let alone to raise your status.
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Mitchell Spivak
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Yup, we played it wrong. We were using the selling prices so the potential was there to sell for as much as 4500 profit each turn.
thanks for the help.
 
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