Here’s The Deal with Concordia, a hand0building game of conquest set in Ancient Rome. If you’d like to know more about the rules of the game, watch my How to Play Concordia video.
HI! It’s Ryan from Nights Around a Table, and this is Concordia, a deck-building strategy game set in ancient Rome for for 2-5 players set in Ancient Rome. Here’s the deal. In Concordia, you play a Roman dynasty sending your colonists around the empire to build houses and trade goods, earning favour from the gods along the way. You’re trying to move your colonists around the Roman empire, building your houses in
various cities, and buying and selling goods in order to do that faster and better than
anyone else. Everyone has an identical hand of 7 Personality Cards, and each card does
something different. On your turn, you play one card from your hand, and perform its actions. Up here at the top of the board is a deck of additional Personality Cards that cycles through this row. You can buy these cards throughout the game. Some of them are identical to the ones you start with, and some are similar but slightly more powerful, and some can only be found in this row. The end of the game is triggered when someone’s built all 15 of their houses, or buys the last Personality Card from this row. That player gets the Concordia card, which is worth 7 points. Everyone else gets one more turn, and then you count up the victory points. Well, does it sound interesting? If you want to learn more about the rules of the game, click the link at the end of this video or in the description below to watch my complete How to Play video, which includes the overview segment you just watched. And if you like what i’m doing, click the badge to subscribe, and the bell to get notifications. And now, we dance!
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Concordia fills the void that was left when you threw your copy of Catan in the garbage. Why did you do that, by the way? i’m sure that any thrift store would… never mind. It’s fine. Use the Amazon link below to shop for your own copy of Concordia, and i’ll receive a small commission.
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