CATAN® connoisseurs rejoice! A digital fan-favorite for many years, CATAN® – Treasures, Dragons & Adventurers adds depth and variety to CATAN®, Seafarers, and Cities & Knights. It’s a set of scenarios for the truest CATAN® fans.
You and your opponents will defeat dragons, dig canals, and discover islands off the Catanian coast—along with all the treasures they conceal.
With a plethora of new game components, this game is a must-have for dedicated players who love to modify existing scenarios or get creative to invent their own maps and scenarios. Let your imagination run wild!
This set of six scenarios requires CATAN®, and the Seafarers and Cities & Knights expansions.
The scenario pack contains 1 rule book, 12 land fields, 6 sea fields (back side desert), 2 frame parts, 16 city (in 4 colors), 20 treasure tokens, 9 canal tokens, 12 number tokens and 19 wooden dragon pieces.
|Catan Expansion Seafarers
Catan 5th Edition Board Game: Seafarers Expansion
Catan: Seafarers is a 3-4 player expansion for the best-selling Catan board game. Share some fun at sea!
60 Wooden Ships
|Catan Expansion Cities and Knights
Catan 5th Edition Board Game: Cities And Knights Expansion
Use the hexes of the Catan base game to assemble Catan within the provided frame. Each player has just built a settlement and a city, when dark clouds gather over the peaceful island of Catan. Wild barbarians, attracted by the wealth of Catan, sail toward the island's shores. There is still enough time to prepare for confronting the intruders, though. The strength of the hostile barbarian army always corresponds to the number of cities on Catan. In order to successfully defend Catan, the knights of all players combined must be at least as strong as the barbarian army.
Cities & Knights – Regular and Strong Knights
Knights are not being used in the form of cards; instead, they are represented by wooden tokens that are placed on free intersections. Each token has an “active” side depicting a black-and-white knight helmet and an “inactive” side depicting a knight helmet in color. A knight can only fight after he is activated; activation costs one grain. After paying said grain, the player turns the knight token over to its active side. Each ring on the token counts as one strength point.
Cities & Knights – Metropolis with a City Wall
When the players are not busy defending Catan, they are competing for the metropolises, which represent two additional victory points. In order to establish a metropolis (which is placed on top of a city), the players first need to improve their cities.
The construction of city buildings, such as the Library, Market, Abbey, or Town Hall, is indicated on development flip-charts.
Cities & Knights – Commodities
The players pay for city improvements with commodities such as coins, cloth, or books. How do you get commodities? Instead of two resources, cities adjacent to mountains, pasture, and forest hexes produce only one resource but also one commodity derived from the respective type of resource.
Get used to a tougher life on Catan – and a longer but also more exciting game. The first player to reach 13 victory points is the winner.
|Catan Legend of the Conquerors
After CATAN® – Legend of the Sea Robbers Klaus and Benjamin Teuber designed another legend for the popular CATAN® - Cities & KnightsExpansion. Three exciting chapters tell about the impending downfall of Catan by foreign conquerors and offer the most advanced CATAN connoisseurs many new and challenging game elements.
The additional game elements require deep strategic thinking and provide the most intense challenge designed to date.
Contents: 24 landscape fields, 9 frame parts, 2 chapter boards, 8 building boards, 16 building markers, 5 trading tiles, 15 number chips, 32 wine chips, 32 amber chips, 52 game pieces, 1 directional die, 38 progress cards, 24 overview cards, 10 zip bags, 1 label sheet, 1 set of instructions
The CATAN base game and the extension CATAN - Cities & Knights are required for this expansion.
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