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Tactically it recommends itself to occupy at the beginning of the game at most two of rivers. That the figures are and points „certain,“. One gets shows a part, that does not fit just for closing a forest, however a lake, one should hold end show after other lakes and sources in order to recover immediately points on stroke and the figure (en) equally again.

Moreover one should not set a hunter in an early stage of the game unconditionally on a meadow. For the figure can become possibly worthless if the opponent the Steinkreis-Bonuskarte gets and takes the meadow then into its possession.

It is therefore one „art“to occupy the river-systems (cottages) and meadows on time. One waits too long and the opponent has this already occupied, it becomes to come in heavily self there „“. And then it concerns usually only the reaching of a stalemate-situation, for around the exclusive on stroke of the points. It is therefore usually better to forgo once four to five points for a river and to secure for that a river-system - or to take quite for itself alone in claim. In river-systems, one should consider sometimes, meaningfully could be closed whether it it prematurely, cultivate can so that of the opponents no longer. This makes above all then sense if a rather valuably is) the river-system or b forgoes) one rather a couple of further possible points and can go for that the possible attacks of the opponent successfully out of the way.

One should connect hunter and cottages on meadows and/or river-systems in the erstbesten possibility. The opponent gets exclude can can be a card, with that he your figure - and this also does - the consequences for the further game progress aggravating.
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baba44713 wrote:
Translators automatic make not a post good.

It does sound a little like Babel Fish. Just in case you really can't make out what he's saying ...

He's talking about whether you should close off a river quickly, and place a fisherman on it, so you can score a few quick points and get your meeple back, or try to extend the river and put a fisherman's hut on it, so you might score big at the end of the game. He leans toward using fishermen instead of fisherman's huts until some of the rivers get larger.

He definitely thinks that committing a hunter to a meadow early in the game is foolish, because, in a two-person game, it's likely that the other player will also place a hunter in a nearby meadow and then link the fields up later, which would negate any points the hunter would have made. And, the same sort of thing is true of the fisherman's huts.

He recommends waiting until the right moment to play a hunter or a fisherman's hut.

--Walt
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