If a villager has production line text A at the top of the map, they must be part of a production line when placed. All villagers listed before the villager`s name should be placed below it in the order indicated. A Cartwright, for example, must be placed on a lumberjack and wheeler. The player then performs his 3 construction actions and places a blacksmith on the new miner, a grace on one of the hayers and finally a chandler. The Chandler is a lonely villager and therefore does not go to another villager. In the construction phase, you can also get basic villagers. They are loggers, wild cats and miners. All villagers made of hay, ore and wooden suits must be placed there. Simple villagers do not count towards your building limit if placed in your village, nor your maximum building limit of 5 villagers.

They have nothing to do with your construction limit! In this final score phase, the pieces placed on the villagers can be counted simply by moving them into each player`s supply. However, make sure to get the silver symbols before moving the coins as this can affect the score of cards like the agent. Some cards have A money symbols and a description of a conditional amount of gold to be won. The rules for each of these villagers are written on the cards. Only your own villagers will be included in the assessment. A grocer, for example, only evaluates food symbols in your own village. The number in the symbol of key ring A tells you how many villagers there are in the game who have to pay this villager gold to be unlocked. Some villagers with special and silver scores also state that they earn as much as the printed gold value to tell you not to include coins about the villagers in the calculation. If two or more players are tied for victory, the player with the fewest villagers in their village is the winner.

The blacksmith, for example, can potentially unlock 10 villagers and accumulate up to 20 gold coins in this way. If you have any further questions about UTEP Court Services, please do not hesitate to contact us at (915) 747-5648. All official rules, regulations, and guidelines are published in the rules and regulations of the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System, the Handbook of Operating Procedures, and the catalog of the University of Texas at El Paso. You can also play the special red villagers when it`s your turn in the construction phase. These give you powerful special actions. Their rules are printed on the cards. If you play a villager with an A padlock, you need to unlock it first. Check if you or another player has named the villager next to the unlock icon in their village. This is called Unlock Villager B.

Throw all villagers on the street with coins on it. At the beginning of your construction phase, tell other players how many villagers you can place. Put all the villagers you want to use on your village square map before placing them in your village. You have to move to 2 villagers, plus 1 for each meal in your village. This is called a drafting limit. For example, if you have 1 meal, you need to move to 3 villagers. You can never move to more than 5 villagers, even if you have 4 or more food. In this phase, players take the villagers off the streets (or “drawing”). You can remove any of the hidden villagers from the road or blindly pull the map from the top of one of the piles. 1 The monk in this game is a kind of “wild” villager, so the player uses it to take the place of a speleologist between the researcher and the jeweler. In the market phase, it is the player`s turn.

All they have to do is add the numbers on the gold symbols visible in their village, plus the coins on the villagers. In accordance with rules established by the Ministry of Environmental Health and Safety and designated fire marshals, students at any residential living facility must not have: If multiple copies of the Village Unlock are available, you can choose which one to pay. You cannot choose to pay the bank if the unlocked villager is present in another player`s village. Also note that you can use a villager you just placed in the current build phase to unlock another villager you`re playing. The game is played over several rounds until all piles of village cards on road A are emptied. Each tower is divided into 2 phases, which are carried out in order: only food, builders and gold symbols on the best villagers of each production line are included in the silver note. However, the color symbols and padlocks at the top of the cards are still included for evaluation purposes, even if they are not on the top cards of the production lines. You are allowed to have 2 or more of the same villager in your village if you wish. The player sends 3 villagers to the piles of their choice back into the street. Then they place 3 simple villagers of their choice in their village. To get a simple villager, first bring a villager back from your hand to one of the piles on the street, then take a simple villager of your choice and place him in your village. You can do this up to three times per build phase.

You don`t need to show other players the front of the flipped cards. Draw a villager, and then the next player designs a villager clockwise. The player with the first player card goes first. The villagers you design will be placed face up in your village`s Place D. Players can place 2 villagers by default, plus an extra for each builder in their village at the beginning of the construction phase. For example, if you have 2 builders in your village, you can place 4 villagers. This is called the build limit. You can never place more than 5 villagers, even if you have 4 or more builders. You can play fewer villagers than your building limit if you wish. The player has 2 grocers. Each of them earns 3 gold coins for each food symbol of the village. So you win 9 gold coins each.

In addition, there are 4 gold coins on the village maps in the village. Place 1 gold on each of the villagers infiltrated into the street. Note that the villagers` parts will not be removed, as they will be revalued in the second phase of the market. Cards with coins can contain multiple turns, and coins can accumulate on the same villager. The player plays a monk and a jeweler. This brings them to their building limit of 2 villagers. They also play a smuggler and a tinsmith. These two are discarded after use and therefore do not count towards the construction limit.