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Re: [settlers-43] Rules clarification regarding trading

From: Zev S.
Sent on: Tuesday, May 29, 2007 2:10 PM
Adam Meisel wrote:

> I said otherwise, stating a) convention, and b) my understanding was 
> that Trading was a phase of a turn, and therefore whether in negotiation 
> or actually handing resources to one another, all is considered Trading; 
> and if one is Trading, it has to involve whomever's turn it is.

> For clarification though, to most people generally frown on this practice?

No, until an actual trade happens it's all just table chat.  You can
say whatever you like, during anyone's turn, but you can't do anything
about it until it's the turn of one of the people involved.

Zev Sero               Something has gone seriously awry with this Court's
[address removed]          interpretation of the Constitution.
                       	                          - Clarence Thomas

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