Sheriff of Nottingham (2nd Edition) (engl.) das Spiel günstig bestellen. Zuletzt aktualisiert am In Sheriff of Nottingham, players take turns playing the. Wenn jeder zweimal der Sheriff war, endet das Spiel und gewonnen hat der Spieler, der am meisten Gold und Waren angesammelt hat. Im Spiel Sheriff of Nottingham, ist man nicht nur Händler und versucht Waren zu verkaufen, Runde um Runde steckt Ihr in der Haut des Sheriffs und eure.
Komplettliste aller vorgestellten Spiele nach Alphabet:Im Spiel Sheriff of Nottingham, ist man nicht nur Händler und versucht Waren zu verkaufen, Runde um Runde steckt Ihr in der Haut des Sheriffs und eure. Wenn jeder zweimal der Sheriff war, endet das Spiel und gewonnen hat der Spieler, der am meisten Gold und Waren angesammelt hat. Sheriff of Nottingham (2nd Edition) (engl.) das Spiel günstig bestellen. Zuletzt aktualisiert am In Sheriff of Nottingham, players take turns playing the.
Sheriff Of Nottingham Spiel Game Components VideoSheriff of Nottingham - Brettspiel Review, Neuheit Nürnberg 2015
Der Spieler mit den meisten Punkt, gewinnt. Die Optik macht ebenfalls einiges her und die Materialqualität ist passend wertig.
Die Spielmechanik ist simpel und schnell erklärt, die Rundenabläufe rasch erledigt und so lebt das Spiel in erster Linie von den "Verhandlungen" zwischen den Spielern Händler - Sheriff.
Ausgeglichen ist das Spiel durch die wechselnden Rollen und die Möglichkeit immer einen Reibach zu machen, egal welchen Charakter man gerade spielt.
Ein Spiel dauert je nach Besetzung maximal 60min. Insgesamt schöne leichte Kost für die eher heiteren Spielerunden, empfiehlt sich das Spiel als angenehme Abwechslung am Spieleabend bzw.
Maximale Spieldauer: 60 Min. Die Spielidee ist ganz nett, aber es ist definitiv nicht mein Spiel. Ob der Sheriff Schmuggelware erwischt oder nicht, ist eigentlich reine Glückssache.
Oder werdet Ihr den Sheriff überreden, einen anderen Spieler zu wählen, während Ihr leise am Tor vorbei schlüpft? Zurück zur Startseite Sheriff of Nottingham.
Try to move goods across the land while each of you takes a turn being the Sheriff. Do you tell the truth that you are moving 3 wheels of Cheese or do you smuggle a Crossbow in with them and try to earn a few bonus points???
Make that decision and they either hone your lying skills or play it honest and don't bother with the contraband items.
Either way this is a fun game to play. Tired of the guy next to you smuggling stuff and never getting caught, offer the current Sheriff a BRIBE to allow your goods thru and to inspect your neighbors - pretty much anything goes!
Love this game and it is a hoot to play with the family. Sometimes I wonder though It is all in good fun. It is easy to understand and quick to play.
It can be really enjoyable as people get into the theme and really go with it. Seeing as the enjoyment of the game really increases as people get into their roles as a smuggler trying to get high valued cards past the notorious Sheriff of Nottingham or as the Sheriff trying to prevent contraband from entering Nottingham , I could see how with a more serious group of people the game might not be as enjoyable.
I really enjoy the fact that each game everyone gets a chance to take on each role Sheriff and smuggler , it helps keep the game balanced and interesting.
This game is great for families with kids about 6-years-old and up, or great for adult friends who want to bribe and lie their way to victory.
If you want to see the game in action check out Wil Wheaton's Tabletop show on Youtube. My husband ordered this game and at first I was skeptical to say the least.
I am normally not a fan of board games, but since he was so enthusiastic I decided to give it a chance. We took it over to his parents house to play for family game night and I really enjoyed playing this game!
The rules are simple enough to understand, at one point my 8 year old son with Autism even joined in the game play. The whole concept of the game is to get contra banned items passed by the sheriff by either lying or bribery.
It does not sound like much, but the people you play with definitely make the game more interesting. If you are playing with family it is easier to pick up on when they are lying which adds to the excitement.
The artwork on the box and through out the game is very high quality. There is not much to this game just cards, the coins, the characters, and the pouches that contain the contraband.
However, I do remember my husband saying something about other "high value" cards that are available for purchase separately. I recommend this game to anyone who is looking for something out of the normal Monopoly, and Life realm.
See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. This is one of my favourite board games that I have played with both my friends and family.
It is a great but simple game, involving some bluffing and optional role play, with multiple strategies to win. I personally think it works well with 3 people, but is a better experience.
Most of our games last between minutes with 4 people playing two rounds, however if you want to make it longer or shorter then you just change the amount of rounds.
There are only two bad points with the game, both of which are to do with the pouches that you place the cards in.
One is that the yellow pouch is slightly see-through and the purple pouch was very hard to click open, which ripped the button from the pouch.
However overall this is an amazing board game and I would recommend it to everyone. The set-up is simple - you have to carry in as much merchandise into the town as possible in order to become the richest merchant of the town Nottingham.
Every turn one player will be the Sheriff who decides whose merchants' goods to inspect, because you are allowed to carry in contraband, that is if you are not caught of course.
The best thing about the game are the rules of communication between players - bribes, promises, exchange of goods. Every turn is a lot of fun, where we are messing with everybody's heads.
It feels so great to actually execute your plan and equally as great to reveal others. The minuses are 1 The cloth where you put your cards in can tear with time.
They would have been easier to use if they had magnets. The legends are generally set far from Nottingham; this fits the historical position of High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and the Royal Forests from until In the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves , the Sheriff's influence outside the region of Nottingham has grown so great, he attempts to take control of the throne.
In some versions, the Sheriff is a cowardly schemer while his assistant, Sir Guy of Gisbourne, is a more competent and determined physical threat to Robin.
In other versions, the Sheriff answers to Prince John. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. After the Sheriff hears your offer and after any negotiation required to settle the issue , the Sheriff must either allow you to pass accepting any bribe that may have been offered , and hand you your Merchant Bag, or inspect the bag refusing any bribe that may have been offered.
Example: The Sheriff is about to inspect Friar Tuck's bag. Tuck says "Wait, Sheriff! You don't need to look in that bag! How about I give you five Gold and two Apples for your trouble?
Looking hurt that no one believes his innocence, Tuck pays the Sheriff eight coins and two Apple cards from his Merchant Stand. The Sheriff hands Tuck's Merchant bag back to him.
You must now show the cards in your bag to the other players. All Legal Goods are placed in the matching spaces of your Merchant Stand face up.
The Legal Goods of your Merchant Stand can always be inspected by any player at any time. All Contraband is kept secret!
You must reveal the number of Contraband cards you have smuggled into Nottingham, but not their type. Keep your Contraband face down at the top of your Merchant Stand.
If you were telling the truth, and your bag has exactly what you declared, the Sheriff must pay you Gold equal to the Penalty on every Legal Good in your bag.
Your Legal Goods are then added to your Merchant Stand, as above. Example: Maid Marion's sweet and innocent reputation got her past the Sheriff without even paying a bribe!
She pulls three cards out of her bag: Two of them were Cheese, just like she said in the Declaration Phase.
She places those in her Merchant Stand face up. But the third card was Contraband! The Sheriff groans as she places it face down above her stand.
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