Each clue shows the landmark the clue refers to:



Sometimes the clue refers to the largest area. This is shown by the following symbol:



For example:



The hexagons show where the location of the treasure is in relation to the landmark. There are six different types of clue cards:

Card Type 1: Within the landmark

(Picture on the card: Landmark within the hexagon) Some examples:



Card Type 2: Next tothe landmark

(Picture on the card: Landmark beside the hexagon) Some examples:



Card Type 3: "In Sight of the landmark": Exactly 1 or 2 spaces from the landmark

(Picture on the card: Landmark beside two hexagons) Some examples:



Card Type 4: Not within the landmark

(Picture on the card: Landmark within the crossed out hexagon) Some examples:



Card Type 5: Not Next To The Landmark

(Picture on the card: Landmark beside the crossed out hexagon) Some examples:



Card Type 6: "Not in Sight of the landmark": Not within 1 or 2 spaces of the landmark, i.e. Farther than 2 spaces away from the landmark or directly on it

(Picture on the card: Landmark beside two crossed out hexagons) Some examples:



Important: With Card Types 2 and 3, the treasure cannot be located within the landmark, e.g. the card "Next to the jungle" eliminates all jungle spaces as possible treasure locations.

With Card Types 5 and 6, the treasure can be located within the landmark, e.g. the card "Not next to a statue" still allows the treasure to be located in the spaces where a statue stands. (Exception: Treasure cannot be located in the ocean as the ocean is not part of the island).


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