I'll pipe up here for a moment with a "here's how we played it at Wunderland" thought until Andy gets a chance to answer this as well.
All coasters must be fully lined up along the edge - no offsetting at all. You can have the coasters in any configuration that 4 squares allows for ( 2x2, a long line of 4, a line of 3 with the 4th next to any of the 3 in the line, an L-shape, a Z-shape, a T-shape....) but the edges of the coasters are always squared up fully.
On 12/1/06, Kimberly Terrill <kiter5@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Why? even if they coasters are set up in a square and all you have left to move is the queen, and you need to move 3 spaces to cross to the next coaster-- you can not move from coaster to coaster on your next turn. (you can't roll a 9) even if you just need to roll a 6, you still maynot be able to move from coaster to coaster, unless you roll the specific dice result.
So if it is offset with no arrow, the same would hold true, you would need to roll a hop or aim to be able to move. you could only move if you rolled the exact requires results.
no matter how it is set up there is not always a possibility to move from one coaster to another on your turn.
On 12/1/06, Steven R. Black II <
I agree with Evan? The arrows must point both ways. You must be able
to get to and from any and all cards.
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