12 November 2012 | No Comments
On the Landscaper card below, you can get a glimpse of the updated iconography for drawing a card versus playing a card. We’ve included the word “draw” or “play/plant/uproot” (action words) and the number of cards to draw wherever there is room so that we can avoid any confusion.
For the most part, I anticipate that players will choose the “draw 1 vine card” and “plant 1 vine” options, but the ability to uproot may play an integral part later in the game. Players can only plant a vine worth up to 6 value on each field, so having the ability to uproot a vine you planted early in the game and replacing it with a more useful vine for the wine orders you have in hand late in game can be quite helpful.