Settlers Of Catan Cities And Knights Expansion And 5-6 Player Extension

June 24, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Requires Settlers of Catan and Settlers of Catan 5-6 Player Extension in order to use Adds depth and complexity to Settlers of Catan Tons of replay value Includes Cities and Knights of Catan and Cities and Knights of Catan 5-6 Player Extension Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging Famous Words of Inspiration… Powered By

Product Features

  • Requires Settlers of Catan and Settlers of Catan 5-6 Player Extension in order to use
  • Adds depth and complexity to Settlers of Catan
  • Tons of replay value
  • Includes Cities and Knights of Catan and Cities and Knights of Catan 5-6 Player Extension
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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T. Ralph says:

Get More Out of Settlers This is by far my favorite Settlers expansion. I also own Traders & Barbarians, which has a similar, but not quite so flushed out version of this expansion and I think they did a much better job with this one.This expansion: adds new resource cards, called commodities; replaces Development Cards with Progress Cards; introduces Barbarians, city walls, and a new die; and has a new way of dealing with Knights.The overall story of this expansion is that the island of Catan has become so prosperous that now local Barbarians raid the island. The new event die is rolled in addition to the resource dice that determines if the Barbarians move closer to the island on each turn. Three faces of the die move the Barbarians while the other three sides relate to the 3 different types of improvement tracks a player can explorer. Yellow for commercial development, green for technological advancements, and blue for political. Each improvement track also has a corresponding…

Mister MX says:

Great Expantion This is probably the best expansion for Settlers of Catan. A little more complex then the Seafarers, but it’s worth it. The 5-6 players expansion just adds more of the same stuff. The quality of tiles and card are good and they fit together tight. My only complain is – the colors on Development cards and especially on City Improvement flip-charts do not match well, and it gets kind of confusing and slows down the game a little.You can also play together Cities and Knights and Seafarers expansions at the same time, which makes the game quite complicated and long, but fun at the same time. Haven’t tried Barbarians and Traders yet…

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