-Is it true that location cards (habitat) are placed in a grid arrangement, and not just a horizontal line?
-I notice that per a fixed #foodchain number, and even a fixed #diet colour (and identical habitat requirements,
there seems little difference between setting a lower point or a higher point animal into play. Are there
presently any two functionally identical species, or am I imagining things?
-How does eating between different species happen? A Level 3 will be placed in a common environment/weather
habitat, and will require a level 2 at the same to have food to eat. Do lower cards get discarded as they
would be eaten, or do they just remain on table, and food requirements are just a placement and habitat
option condition? Can cards attack, or just eat, other cards to make them get discarded?
-Does a creature need to have their lower level food species at a compatible weather and environment habitat,
or does compatible food only need to be somewhere on the table?
-Is the winning the game condition the player who has the largest total points? What happens if this is a tie at the end?
-What different Home cards (starting cards are there)? Are they even really needed, could you get away with
just ignoring home cards and use habitat cards on their own?
-Can duplicate cards of the same species get placed on table, or at the same habitat?
What is the rule about this, and how are repeat species cards limited to make sure they
don't overpopulate, from wolves, to bacteria and such? How many species cards,
even identical species cards, can be put into play per turn?
There is a phenomenon associated with the SPREAD keyword.
There is also a card called Overpopulation.
What can be played to stop this Overpopulation card, or "SPREADing"?
-Can you particularly play without event cards? With the standard rules, how big should the game deck be?
60 cards (the starting example mentions 25) ?
-In terms of printing one's own cards, the help for this mentions card stock. What type of card stock
should I be after, ie. card dimensions for the 6 per A4 sheet that will get printed off the site,
what should one ask for, and where can one look? Will printing from the site do card backs as well?
There should be a better image for card backs than the black and white one offered now. (?)
-Does the card "habitat loss" play on or effect water habitat?
-How does the first dot point on "protected area" work? Is it like an event and a habitat?
-On the card "bottom trawling", what is an "adjacent card"? Does it include habitat cards themselves?
Is adjacent the same habitat or one next habitat?
-Is there a file list of all the names of all internet available cards to date?
-What state is the game in? Is there development happening, what is the present plan?