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Cody Holden
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Well, a "full" game will pretty much never use all of the tiles. Also, there's at least one scenario in the book that uses tunnels to connect an SW and an SWU board with only one set of tiles.

So that's probably a no.
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Mik Svellov
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Pheznik2 wrote:
Do you need two sets to fully play SM and SMU correctly?
No. There are no official rules that uses more more than the tiles supplied.

However, you do need both basic sets in order to provide the tokens necessary for the dual scenarios.
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Angelus Seniores
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another tile question
there seems to be quite a lot of water tiles/regions, isnt it restricting movement across the board too much since there are only few powers that let you move through/fly over water regions?
 
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Daniel Halasz
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With underground rules, you can cross the river (with any race), spending one token for it.
 
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Angelsenior wrote:
another tile question
there seems to be quite a lot of water tiles/regions, isnt it restricting movement across the board too much since there are only few powers that let you move through/fly over water regions?
Quite often, river rules are implemented in scenarios.
Note, too, that water regions are separated, not by the tiles, but by the wooden white separators.
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