A tile-laying game for players aged 10 and up. The southern French city of Carcassonne is famous for its unique Roman and Medieval fortifications. 1 rulebook and 1 player aid. Game overview. On their turn, players place one tile. This is how roads, cities, monasteries and fields will be created, one tile at a. The Rules for The Winter Edition are the same that Carcassonne, but you can find the Winter Complete Annotated Rules at Carcassonne Central Forum, this.

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Red can deploy carcassonnne follower as a thief, knight or farmer in the small field, but not as a farmer in the large field as there is already a farmer on a connected field segment.

Carcassonne Game Rules

When this occurs in a completed road or city, the player with the most thieves on a road or the most knights in a city scores all the points. Blue scores no points for the incomplete city on the second tile from the left. The player who has a thief on a completed road scores one point for each tile in the road count the number of tiles. The new tile cannot only be connected by a corner with a previous tile. The player with the most points after the final scoring cracassonne the winner. For the big city, blue scores 4 points.

Several farms can supply a single city. First a player must draw a tile from one of the face-down stacks. Most of the farmer scoring examples shown above work the same, except that reduced points are scored. A road is complete when the road segments at both ends connect to a crossing, a city dulebook a cloister.


In such a case, the player with the most farmers in the farms scores the points. Blue scores 8 points. The new tile must be placed with at least one edge abutting one previously placed tile.

There may be many segments in a city. The skills of the players to develop the area and use their thieves, knights, monks and farmers will determine who is victorious.

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Farms are not scored during the game. Farmers remain in the field segment where they are deployed for the entire game and are never returned to the players! He looks at it, shows it to his fellow players so they can advise him on the ‘best’ placement of the tileand places it on the table, using the following rules: The start tile is placed in the center of the table, while the scoreboard is placed on the edge of the table.

The method for scoring farmers shown above is the original method. The distance of the farmer from the city is unimportant. For each incomplete road and city, the player who has a thief on the road or a knight in the city scores one point for each road or city segment in the incomplete road or city.

The new tile with red borders in the examples must be placed with at least one edge abutting one previously placed tile.

Carcassonne – Rules

Each shield or banner in the city gives the player 2 bonus points. All 3 farmers have their own farms. A city is complete when the city is completely surrounded by a city wall and there are carvassonne gaps in the wall.

Farmers are only scored in the final scoring. Each follower can be used as a thief, knight, monk or farmer.


The final scoring then takes place. This scoring method was not introduced to the Carcassobne version of the game for many years, although it is now the standard rule.

The 12 river tiles are not part of the basic game but have the same back as the start tile. Each farm scores independently of the others.

Red has no farms adjacent to the big city. A monastery or cloister is carcassoonne when the tile it is on is completely surrounded by tiles.

Connected fields are called farms and they don’t score during the game. As they do so, the roads, cities, fields and cloisters emerge and grow.

Blue scores 4 points for the complete city. Carcassonne Board Game, Winter Edition. There may be many segments along the road. A thief on a road A knight in a city A monk in a cloister A farmer in a field – in either of the positions shown The player may not deploy a follower on a road, city or field segment if that segment connects to a segment on another tile no matter how far away that already has a follower from any player on it. When a player scores points, he moves the scoring marker forward on the scoring track the number of spaces equal to the points earned.

Connected fields are called farms. A player is never allowed to retake one of his followers from a tile, although they are returned when roads, cities or monasteries are finished.