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MDSG10906

Rokoko Board Game

£34.49
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Dispatched & sold by: Maddison Games Limited
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Product Description

    • Important personalities wrap up in noble coats and dresses, anxious to outshine one another
    • Soon you realize that it's not just about your dressmaking business anymore – it's about managing the most prestigous ball of the era...and now it's time to ro(c)k!

      Rokoko is a Eurostyle board game with an interesting take on deck-building
    • The player who collected the most prestige points wins.
    • Welcome to the Rococo era during the reign of Louis XV when it's safe to say that holding lavish balls is quite trendy
    • But not every employee is up to every task, so you must choose and lead your employees wisely – especially since each employee grants a unique bonus and some of these bonuses generate prestige points.

      After seven rounds, the game ends with the big ball and a final scoring
    • Each turn you play one of your employee cards and let that employee perform a task: hire a new employee, buy resources, manufacture a coat or dress, or invest in the ball's decorations
    • As the biggest event is coming up in just a few weeks, everyone is turning to you with their requests: an elegant coat here, a stunning dress there, or a donation to fund the fireworks at the event
    • Then you gain prestige points for certain employee bonuses and for coats and dresses that you rent out to guests at the ball as well as for decorations that you funded
  • HCODE

    MDSG10906

  • CONDITION

    NEW

  • AGE RANGE

    10 years - 99 years

  • GENDER

    Unisex

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