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Carcassonne: New Edition Board Game
  • Carcassonne: New Edition Board Game
  • Carcassonne: New Edition Board Game

Carcassonne: New Edition Board Game


In Carcassonne, players build the area surrounding this impressive city, one tile at a time. They then place a follower on fields, cities, roads or monasteries in order to score as many points as possible.

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A Tile-laying Challenge

Carcassonne is a clever tile-laying game based on the southern French city of Carcassonne, famous for its unique Roman and Medieval fortifications. The players develop the area around Carcassonne and deploy their followers on the roads, in the cities, in the cloisters, and in the fields while creating a perfect city landscape. With each tile placed, strategies will be tested and the skill of the players will determine who stands victorious.

Send your Followers into the City

Players deploy their limited followers to best control the landscape and, as the area expands with roads, fields, cities and cloisters, score as many points as possible. Using followers as thieves, farmers, knights and monks, the wise player will plan his moves carefully and deploy followers when and where he can earn the most points.

Simple yet Strategic

A simple, clever tile laying game that brings new challenges with every turn, Carcassonne can be played and enjoyed by the whole family, as well as within a gaming group or with new players. Carcassonne is easy to learn and creates enough tension to keep all players involved and waiting for the next tile to appear


Box Contains

72 x Land tiles
12 x River tiles
1 x scoreboard
40 x followers in 5 colors
5 x abbots in 5 colors
1 x rulebook
1 x supplementary sheet


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