Rating: 8.4 Very Good
Popularity:3
Difficulty:Medium
Year:2019
Players: 2-4 players
Playing time: 120-43 minutes
Age:12+

Created by: Acchittocca, Flaminia Brasini, Virginio Gigli, Stefano Luperto, Antonio Tinto, Michael Menzel

Published by: Quined Games

Description:

Terramara is the name of the villages founded around 1500 B.C., mid- to late Bronze Age, in Northern Italy. People lived, travelled, and traded between the Alps mountain range and the river Po.

The main occupations of the Terramara people were hunting, farming and metallurgy, casting bronze tools like axe heads in stone molds. The houses in the villages were built on piles, meaning each house is built above the ground, supported by wooden stakes.

In Terramara, you play as the chief of a clan living in one of these villages. Your goal is to develop your clan, exploring lands farther away to trade with other villages, and reach sacred places.

You improve your battle strength and discover new technologies to create useful artefacts. The player who develops the best clan by gaining more development points becomes leader of all of Terramara and wins the game!

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Terramara is the name given to a number of palafitte villages founded in northern Italy around 1,500 BC. The people who lived in Terramara were traders, and were known to have traveled frequently between the Alps and the river Po.

In Terramara, you'll play as the chieftain of a clan living in one of these villages. Your goal is to develop your clan by exploring far-away lands, improving your military, and visiting Outposts.

Components

  • 16 Flags
  • 4 Military token
  • 4 Canoe
  • 8 Caravans
  • 4 Chieftains
  • 24 Explorers
  • 4 Hut cards
  • Game board
  • 4 Homeland tiles
  • 24 Territory tiles
  • 1 Round Marker
  • 4 Warriors
  • 1 Scorepad
  • 17 Worker tiles
  • 52 Artifact cards
  • 1 First Player card
  • 7 Character cards
  • 18 Bonus tiles
  • 12 Starting Resources cards
  • 6 Fire tiles
  • 4 Neutral Player cards

Object of the Game

To win, you'll have to expand your clan's reach and become skilled in battle. …



Example: The revealedcard shows a 2. Place theFire tile accordingly.

In a 2-player game, you add 2 neutral players. In a 3-player game, add 1 neutral player. These neutral players gain Military (as described down below) and their Explorers are present in certain action spaces, but they otherwise do not participate in the game.

After setting the game up as described on pages 2-3, follow these additional steps:

Place a Fire tile on a small action space in each of the 6 rows (adjacent to rounds 1 to 5) by shuffling the 4 Neutral Player cards and revealing them one at a time. Place one Fire tile per row, on the space matching the number on the revealed card (left-to-right, 1 - 4). …




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