In Majesty, 2 to 4 players each manage their kingdom represented by a series of 8 cards, each with its symbol and color (and special power). During the game, players choose their subjects in a market of 6 cards, renewed each turn, in a specific order. The first one does not cost you anything but if you want to get back the third one in the queue, you have to pay 1 meeple per subject that you do not commit. Obviously, the subjects are not all tied. If the peasants are numerous, the princesses are much rarer.
The character you choose, whether Peasant, Brewer, Witch, Guard, Knight, Innkeeper or Princess, goes into "his" building, triggering his effect to gain victory points, meeples that will allow you later to get a map that interests you more particularly in the queue and possibly trigger some fighting between your knights and the opposing guards, just to send the world to the Dispensary ...
All of these buildings give you advantages, but some give them to other players as well. Calculate well!
At the end of the 12 turns of play, we end the game. Each choice is even more crucial in addition to the points scored during the game, the end of the game will be decisive on several points: Each category of building earns points at the end of the game to the one with the majority of subjects in each building. You score points for the number of buildings occupied ... squared! 49 points for a complete line, it hurts ... but at the same time, the buildings, you will not have optimized them either ... The characters still in the infirmary cost you, them valuable points!
Finally, the buildings are front / back - one side A and one side B - and if it is advisable to play with the cards A during the first games, we go to set B as soon as we have some experience in the game - see even at random then ...
The time has come to wear the crown!
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|Primary title||Majesty: Une Couronne pour un Royaume|
|Release Date||May 2017|
|Size||7.48 x 10.71 x 2.60 inches|
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|Type of public||Amateur|