For a brown region you either draw two tiles from the brown section of the tech

For a brown region you either draw two tiles from the

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For a brown region, you either draw two tiles from the brown section of the tech board or draw one tile from anywhere. The technology tiles must be acquired from low to high – so you can't acquire a 4 unless you have a 3 – but you can have multiple tech stacks . You must meet a certain technology threshold in order to play the orange cards and acquire their special power .
56 Origin In addition,you can score points during the game by occupying a grassland on a continentor the two regions on opposite sides of a waterway strait. Players take turns until either all of the pieces are on the game board or all the tiles have been acquired or all the cards of one color have been drawn. Once this happens, players tally their points for objectives, grasslands, straits, tech tiles, and cards still in hand to see who wins!
Debrief
58 Technology Assumption of expansion Leapfrog vs. Scaffolding Mobile Solar
59 Human timeline Human evolution 1 million years Homo sapiens 120,000 yearsago Paleolithic Old stone age Agricultural revolution 10,000 years ago Neolithic Newstone age Industrial revolution 1750 A.D.
60 After the Ice Age Human societies began to change 13,000 years ago when the last ice age melted
61 After the Ice Age Different societies resulted: Some literate industrial Some illiterate agricultural Some hunter gatherers retaining stone tools
62 Cro Magnons Cro-Magnons movedinto Europe 40,000 years ago. Technologies: Tools, needles, fishhooks, harpoons, bowsand arrows, sewn clothing, houses, carefully buried skeletons, art, hunting big prey. Displaced or killed off Neandertals - lm-s1k6g/s1600-h/Lascaux-salle-des-taureaux.jpg Cave Paintings, Lascaux France
63 Spreading Out 40,000-30,000 years ago Technology : water craft to cross from Asia to Indonesia to Australia and New Guinea. Time period correlates to massive extinction of large game in those places.
64 Large Game in Eurasia Diamond's theory: large game survived in Eurasia because humans took a million years to develop tools become lethal predators of large game Gave Eurasian game time to adapt.
65 Spreading to the Americas 20,000 years ago Technology clothing and shelter to survive Siberia led to migration to Americas by 12,000BC. It took 1,000yearsfor humans to get to S. America. Time period correlates to massive extinction of large game in Americas: Horses,lions,elephants, cheetahs, camels, andgiant groundsloths.
66 Conquest of the New World "The biggest population shift of modern times has been the colonization of the new World by Europeans, and the resulting conquest, numerical reduction, or complete disappearance of most groups of Native Americans".
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