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Conquest of the Empire – Classic Rules

IMG_0515And this is a picture of the Conquest of the Empire board:

Now, there are two sets of rules to this game, as I explain in the History and Interesting Facts part of the post but this post is only covering the Classic rules, as we haven’t had the time to play the other rules. Hopefully there will be another post covering the other set of rules before the month is over, so keep an eye out for that.

What’s In The Box:

1 Game board (see picture in introduction of it laid out) Province tokens Some of the Chaos tokens (the ‘X’s at the bottom of the other sheet are also Chaos tokens) Influence/control tokens for each colour (except the bottom row) 2 Instructions Booklets: 1 for the Classic rules 1 for the new Conquest of the Empire 2 rules Black game pieces consisting of: 1 Caesar 4 Generals 20 Infantry 10 Cavalry 6 Catapults 8 Galleys Yellow game pieces, the same as black Blue game pieces, the same as black Purple game pieces, the same as black 25 five-talent coins (Silver) 50 ten-talent coins (Gold) Red game pieces, the same as black Green game pieces, the same as black 8 Dice (for some reason ours has 12 but it did come from a charity shop) 16 Fortifications 16 Cities 1 deck of cards Cards
Objective: To capture the other player(s) Caesar

The aim of the game is ultimately just to capture the other player(s) Caesar, which can lead to a fairly short game if you get lucky and the other person is careless; or if the other person is careful it can be a long complex game of strategy and well thought-out battling.

You start in one of the six starting provinces, these are shown on the board and the instruction book denotes which are available relative to how many players there are. The tribute scale at the bottom of the board is used to mark your income per-turn and increases if you capture provinces and decreases if you lose them depending on the worth of the province (marked on the board). you start on 15, as you home province is worth 10 but it also has a city in it which adds an additional 5.

Each turn is broken up into 6 sections:

Movement Combat Collect Tribute Destroy Cities Purchase New Pieces Place New Pieces
IMG_0505 IMG_0509 The board right at the beginning. The tokens for each player show the amount of money they get each turn.

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FAQ

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What are the rules for Sequence board game?

The rules are: Sequence can be played by 2 or 3 individuals or with teams consisting of multiple players up to 12. If 2 players are in the game, deal 7 cards face down to each. If 12 are playing, then deal 3 cards face down. Playing a two-eyed Jack allows the player to place a chip on any space on the playing board that does not already have a chip on it. A one-eyed Jack allows the player to remove any chip of any of his opponents' from the game board. First player to get 2 rows of chips win.

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