News for January 2012
Your Empire Awaits 1
The rules for Kingdoms, a board game of realms and riches, are online
Kingdoms | Published 16 January 2012

The realm is full of fantastic creatures, noble knights, and unimaginable wealth, each waiting to help or hinder your fledgling kingdom. To lay claim to the richest regions, you’ll need all your strength and wits. Can you cleverly position your castles to take control of the realm’s resources, all while edging out rival lords?

Your rise to power is at hand! The rules for Reiner Knizia’s Kingdoms, a board game in which two to four players struggle for control of a vast medieval empire, are now available on our support page. First published by Fantasy Flight Games in 2002, Kingdoms has been updated in this comprehensive new version to feature detailed plastic castles and other welcome game enhancements.

Kingdoms rules (pdf, 2.7 MB)

Claim the land’s wealth

In Kingdoms, players assume the roles of rival kings trying to increase their wealth by establishing castles across the land. By building castles in the richest regions, you stand to reap the most rewards. But build carefully! The most sought after regions may be infested with dragons, trolls, or other hazards that seek to rob your kingdom of its riches. This engaging board game of wealth and expansion offers a rapid and strategic contest of wits in which players attempt to outthink and outmaneuver each other, all while ensuring the best positions for themselves.

Will you rise above your rivals to earn dominance over the realm? Download the rules today, and visit your local game store to place your pre-order!

Designed by Reiner Knizia, Kingdoms is a fast-paced, strategic board game in which two to four players assume the roles of rival kings trying to increase their wealth by establishing castles across the land. By building castles in the richest regions, you stand to reap the most rewards. But build carefully! The most sought after regions may be infested with dragons, trolls, or other hazards that seek to rob your kingdom of its riches.

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Ignatz_Von_Zwakh
Published: 1/16/2012 3:52:04 PM
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Looks fairly fun. Maybe a good way to pass time waiting for other people to arrive for more epic games. Or maybe as an in-betweener for more laborious activities.

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