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Carcassonne - Ext. 1 Auberges et Cahtédrales - ZMA-70270 - Z-Man - Board Games - Le Nuage de Charlotte
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Carcassonne - Ext. 1 Auberges et Cahtédrales

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The city of Carcassonne is well known for its pointed roof fortifications (pure invention of restaurateurs who took their pulpboard castle from their childhood as a model) and its tourists.


Game in frenchfrom 7 years old

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The city of Carcassonne is well known for its pointed roof fortifications (pure invention of restaurateurs who took their pulpboard castle from their childhood as a model) and its tourists.

But this game will allow you to review the land register in a very special way. Sweet France ...

Each player, in turn, will place a card that represents a piece of landscape. The game board is built up little by little.

The landscape is composed of various elements, pieces of cities, meadows, roads, and abbeys.

In addition to placing a new element on the card like on the dominoes, the player can, if he wishes, place a pawn of his color there by choosing on which part he places it. In a city, the pawns become knights, bandits on the roads, peasants on the meadows and of course monks on the abbeys.

When the game on which a pawn stands is complete (complete city, completed road, surrounded abbey), the player owning the pawn scores points according to the area and recovers the pawn which he can use again during next round.

Peasants, kid, it's not like zotes!

The meadows are a little different, they only score points at the end of the game. A peasant will score points according to the number of cities which adjoin his meadow. As the points are only marked at the end of the game, the peasant pawns can never be recovered and must be used judiciously because the number of pawns per player is quite limited. Be aware, however, that the points awarded by the peasants often decide the outcome of the game.

Property is theft.

It is forbidden to place pawns on an area where other pawns are already present, but this situation can arise when zones are connected when they were not previously. Only the majority player wins the points in this case. The location where the land plates are placed therefore becomes just as strategic as the installation of the pawns themselves.

The game ends when the last zone is placed.

The winner is the most advanced player on the scoreboard.

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After the delivery of the Spiel des Jahres 2001, the German edition was reprinted and the peasants' point rule changed. These only earn 3 points per city instead of the previous 4. In addition, you cannot accumulate points from the same city more than once to the same player.

ZMA-70270
2020-05-14

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Age
from 7 years old
Numbers of players
2 - 6
Average playtime
40 minutes
Language
French
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  • Emmanuel B.
    Published 31/12/2020 à 08:57 (Order date: 25/11/2020)
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    Dans la lignée du jeu de base. Permet d'apporter un niveau de stratégie supplémentaire