Cœur de Dragon

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Cœur de Dragon

2 Players
Nb of players

30 Min
Playing time

Age: 13+
Minimum age


(Good - usually willing to play.)

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Heart of Dragon is a card game in the vein of "Schotten Totten" or "Lost Cities", at least at the level of tension created. Where to put a map? Now or wait a little longer? The particularity and interest of "Heart of Dragon" are the effects triggered by the installation of a card. To recover Treasure Chest cards, a Fire Dragon must be set, but it is taken when three Dragon Hunters have been played, which are themselves recovered by the ships, at least when three have been played. You know what I mean ?

Each player has the same deck of 50 cards and still has five or even six cards in hand when he has the dragon miniature with him, a bonus that can be recovered by collecting Petrified Dragon cards. In turn, a player puts one or more identical cards on one of the slots on the game board and that's it. Depending on the card played, depending on whether there is a threshold to reach or not, the effect of the box will be triggered.

The goal of the game is to recover the maximum points of victory, the cards by offering one to three. In all, there are nine different cards each having a particular effect. In addition to those already mentioned, there is the Dwarf who recovers his own stack, the Troll who kidnaps the princesses while the latter uses, among other things, among the treasure or the petrified dragon. The troll is also competing on the princesses with the Hero who can also attack the troll itself. Finally, the boats serve both to recover Dragon Hunters and Heroes and to trigger the end of the game. When they raise the anchor for the third time, the game ends.

All these cross effects are likely to give rise to many knots in the head "because if he plays there, he plays here, he takes me that, then I do this other thing and then I necessarily put it shabby. he has this other card, he goes there and flute, it does not work anymore. " You know what I mean ! The only problem is that everyone has his own deck and that chance may play a role all the more important on the course of the game. Advantage, everyone has the same chances, inconvenience, impossible to predict what the other may have in hand.

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Primary titleCœur de Dragon
Year published2009
Release DateMarch 2009
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Product CodeCDD01
EAN Code0688623904822
Weight1.06 lbs
Size7.95 x 7.95 x 1.89 inches
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DesignersRüdiger Dorn
ArtistsMichael Menzel
Type of publicFamily