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===Paris Connection - Rules summary===
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=== Paris Connection - Rules summary ===
  
 
There are 6 colors of wooden locomotives, each color representing a company.  
 
There are 6 colors of wooden locomotives, each color representing a company.  
  
Players are dealt random hands of 5-10 locomotives depending on number of players:
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Each players is dealt a random hand of 5-10 locomotives depending on number of players:
 
* 3 players: 10 locs
 
* 3 players: 10 locs
 
* 4 players: 8 locs
 
* 4 players: 8 locs
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* 6 players: 5 locs
 
* 6 players: 5 locs
  
 
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This represents the player's stock portfolio and is hidden behind the player screen.
These are a stock portfolio, and it's hidden behind player screens.
 
  
 
The rest of the locomotives are placed in storing boards of respective colors.
 
The rest of the locomotives are placed in storing boards of respective colors.
  
===Player turn===
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=== Player turn ===
The active player conducts 1 of 2 possible actions:
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The active player conducts 1 of 2 possible actions (he may '''not''' pass):
* '''1. Build Track''' or  
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* either '''1. Build Track''' or  
*'''2. Trade''' (may '''not''' pass):
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* or '''2. Trade'''
  
  
====1. Build Track====
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==== Action #1: Build Track ====
 
Player places 1 to 5 locomotives from one locomotive storing, and places them on the map.
 
Player places 1 to 5 locomotives from one locomotive storing, and places them on the map.
  
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4: Blue city (Marseille)
 
4: Blue city (Marseille)
  
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The value of each company is immediately updated on the scoring tracks on the left of the board.
  
====2. Trade====
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==== Action #2: Trade ====
 
Return 1 locomotive of one company, '''then''' receive 1 or 2 locomotives of an another company.
 
Return 1 locomotive of one company, '''then''' receive 1 or 2 locomotives of an another company.
 
The returned locomotive(s) must be from '''one different''' storing board (company).
 
The returned locomotive(s) must be from '''one different''' storing board (company).
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===End of Game===
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=== End of Game ===
 
The game '''immediately''' ends when:
 
The game '''immediately''' ends when:
* There are locomotives on only '''one''' locomotive storing
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* There are locomotives on only '''one''' of the locomotive storings
 
OR
 
OR
 
* '''Marseille''' has been connected
 
* '''Marseille''' has been connected
  
  
===End Game Scoring===
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=== End Game Scoring ===
 
Player score Victory Points multiplying their shares by the value of each company(color).
 
Player score Victory Points multiplying their shares by the value of each company(color).
 
Any player with more than the maximum number of locomotives subtracts 20 VP for each extra locomotive.
 
Any player with more than the maximum number of locomotives subtracts 20 VP for each extra locomotive.

Revision as of 10:06, 23 January 2021

Paris Connection - Rules summary

There are 6 colors of wooden locomotives, each color representing a company.

Each players is dealt a random hand of 5-10 locomotives depending on number of players:

  • 3 players: 10 locs
  • 4 players: 8 locs
  • 5 players: 6 locs
  • 6 players: 5 locs

This represents the player's stock portfolio and is hidden behind the player screen.

The rest of the locomotives are placed in storing boards of respective colors.

Player turn

The active player conducts 1 of 2 possible actions (he may not pass):

  • either 1. Build Track or
  • or 2. Trade


Action #1: Build Track

Player places 1 to 5 locomotives from one locomotive storing, and places them on the map.

Rules for building track:

  • a new locomotive must be adjacent to other of same color
  • Red/White checkered lines cannot be crossed
  • Two locomotives of same color cannot share same hex
  • rural hex may contain 2 colors, city hexes may contain 1 color
  • Eiffel tower hex cannot be occupied
  • it is not allowed to completely cut way of other company

Scoring Each placed locomotive may be worth points: 0: Rural hex 1: Beige city 2: Purple city 3: Red city 4: Blue city (Marseille)

The value of each company is immediately updated on the scoring tracks on the left of the board.

Action #2: Trade

Return 1 locomotive of one company, then receive 1 or 2 locomotives of an another company. The returned locomotive(s) must be from one different storing board (company).

Maximum of locomotives:

  • 3 players: 20 locomotives
  • 4 players: 15 locomotives
  • 5 players: 12 locomotives
  • 6 players: 10 locomotives


End of Game

The game immediately ends when:

  • There are locomotives on only one of the locomotive storings

OR

  • Marseille has been connected


End Game Scoring

Player score Victory Points multiplying their shares by the value of each company(color). Any player with more than the maximum number of locomotives subtracts 20 VP for each extra locomotive.