You are a noble competing to develop your monarch’s land into an impressive cosmopolitan. Your must use your followers—monks, farmers, knights and even thieves—to turn fields, roads, monasteries and cities into one glorious masterpiece. But you must compete with other nobles with their own followers as they try to do the same. Use your followers wisely to come out on top.

Carcassonne is a tile-placement game, in which players draw and places a tile. The tile might be part of a city, a road, a cloister or a field, and must be placed adjacent to tiles that connect appropriately. Players can then place one of their followers, or meeples, on the tile in hopes of scoring. When a a city, road or area is complete, the meeple scores. The game is full of options and possibilities for scoring, and the player who score the most points wins the game.

For 2-5 players, plays in under 60 minutes.


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