Alubari Events

By: Dennis B. B. Taylor

Alubari Events

Alubari Events

Hey there! My name is Alubari, and I’m here to make your event planning experience a breeze.

Organizing events can be quite overwhelming, don’t you agree? So many details to consider, decisions to make,

and countless hours spent trying to bring it all together. But fear not! I’m here to lend a helping hand and

make this process smooth and enjoyable for you. Let’s dive in, shall we?

First things first, we’ll start by understanding your unique vision and requirements for the event.

What’s the occasion? Is it a birthday party, a corporate conference, or perhaps a wedding celebration?

Whatever it is, I’m here to listen and ensure that your event reflects your personality and goals.

Now, let’s talk about choosing the right venue. Location is key, my friend. Whether you prefer an intimate

space or a grand hall, we’ll find the perfect setting that suits your needs. From there, we’ll move on to

selecting the decor, entertainment, and catering options that will leave your guests in awe.

Ah, the guest list! Who to invite and how many? Don’t worry, I’ll help you navigate this tricky terrain.

We’ll create a tailored guest list that ensures your event is filled with the right people, creating an

atmosphere that matches your vision.

As we move closer to the big day, I’ll oversee the logistics and coordination, ensuring that everything runs

smoothly. From managing vendors to creating a detailed timeline, I’ve got it covered. You just sit back and

enjoy your event!

Remember, planning an event should be fun and stress-free. With Alubari Events, you can relax knowing that every

detail is being taken care of. So, let’s get started on creating an unforgettable experience together. I can’t wait

to bring your vision to life!

When you draw one or more Event cubes from the Supply bag, you should place them on the Event track. Start with space 1 for the first cube in the game. Take care to put only one cube per space and resolve each one in order.

The Event track forms a loop, so it’s possible for Events to be triggered multiple times during a game!

Event No. 1: Excavate

For 2-5 players: Take away all the Rubble cubes from the first two Tea Estate spaces in the line of cards that have Rubble cubes on them.

If you’re playing alone: Remove all Rubble cubes from a certain number of Tea Estate spaces on the left side that have Rubble cubes on them. The number of spaces you remove Rubble cubes from should be the same as the current Excavation Work rate, which can be between 2 and 5.

When I clear a Tea Estate space, I need to place a game Ownership marker on it. This means that now the game owns that space. If I have Contract cards 28 and 29, I can make use of these spaces later on.

Now, let’s talk about Event cubes. If there are cubes on Event spaces 4, 5, and 6, I have to return those cubes to the Supply bag. In addition, I also need to reduce the resources in the Stockyard. Specifically, I need to reduce the resources in excess of 7 Iron Ore, 4 Stone, and 1 Chai. These excess resources go back into the Supply bag.

It’s important to note that this reduction in resources only happens if the Event cubes are returned. If this is the first ever Event in the game, then there is no reduction in resources.

No.2 Crops Grow

I bet you’re wondering what happens when the Crop Harvest marker reaches the end of the track. Well, let me break it down for you.

First, let’s talk about the Crop Harvest marker. It’s this little guy that moves along the track. You might be thinking, “Why does it matter where this marker is?” Well, I’ll tell you why.

When the Crop Harvest marker reaches the end of the track, something big happens – a Harvest. And trust me, you don’t want to miss out on a Harvest.

Track Is Laid

When I’m laying tracks in the game, I need to complete a certain number of spaces. I start by looking at the mountain and choosing the lowest incomplete Track space. Then, I begin at that space and complete as many Track spaces as my Lay Track Work rate allows. For each space I complete, I place one of my Ownership markers on it.

Station Building Step

Hey there! Let’s talk about what happens when a town closest to Siliguri Town is incomplete. When I say incomplete, I mean that there’s at least one empty Station space. In this case, we consider that town to be complete. To signify this, we place ownership markers on all the remaining Station spaces of that town. This means that no more spaces in that particular town can be built by any of us.

Now, onto the next step. We need to deal with the Event cubes. You’ll find them on spaces 1, 2, and 3. We’re going to put those cubes back into the Supply bag. Once that’s done, those spaces will be free for future use.

Rule No.5: Equipment Maintenance

When you have Equipment in the game, you have to make a choice: either pay to maintain it or send it back to the Engine Shed. Maintenance for Equipment can be done by either paying 1 Steel bar to the general supply or using 2 Chai, which you need to record on the Chai track. However, if you decide to return Equipment to the Engine Shed that originally came with a Chai, you don’t get a Chai cube back.

It’s Time to Lay Track Number 6 for Tea Harvest

Right away, I need to do a Harvest. After that, I should lay down the track according to Event No.3.

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