Concordia board game
Concordia board game


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2,000 years ago, the Roman Empire ruled the lands around the Mediterranean Sea. With peace at the borders, harmony inside the provinces, uniform law, and a common currency, the economy thrived and gave rise to mighty Roman dynasties as they expanded throughout the numerous cities. Guide one of these dynasties and send colonists to the remote realms of the Empire, develop your trade network, and appease the ancient gods to curry their favor - all to gain the chance to emerge victorious in Concordia.

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  • Nice euro with little human interaction and pasted on theme. Score system encourage jack of all trade strategy so most game kinda go the same though
  • need to pick up the 2P Egyptus/Creta board (since we've traveled to both).
  • Recently played Troyes and Concordia. Concordia is definitely the softer, smoother experience, whereas Troyes can be pretty cut-throat at times.
  • --Feb2014-- Charming. The card play was reminiscent of _Kreta_ (which I rather enjoy); and the set of choices was surprisingly subtle. While it's possible to play (if badly) the first time out, I expect a game where the participants have all played several times could be quite interesting.
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Alright here goes nothing..for simplicity sake, I left off the one's I've played either no games from or games that I didn't particularly enjoy.

Ted Alspach - #Suburbia

Antoine Bauza - #7 Wonders Duel

Bernd Brunnhofer - #Stone Age

Bruno Cathala - #Kingdomino

John D. Clair - #Mystic Vale

Rüdiger Dorn - #Karuba

Steve Finn - #Biblios

Stephan Feld - #The Castles of Burgundy

Friedemann Friese - #Fabled Fruit

Jacob Fryxelius - #Terraforming Mars

Mac Gerdts - #Concordia

Reiner Knizia - #Lost Cities

Michael Kiesling - #Azul

Vital Lacerda - #The Gallerist

Thomas Lehmann - #Res Arcana

Paulo Mori - #Rise of Augustus

Shem Phillips - #Paladins of the West Kingdom

Alexander Pfister - #Port Royal

Uwe Rosenberg - #Patchwork

Vladimír Suchý - #Underwater Cities

Reiner Stockhausen - #Orléans or #Altiplano..can't decide

Daniele Tascini - #Teotihuacan: City of Gods

Ignacy Trzewiczek - #Imperial Settlers


After all that, I can safely say I don't particularly care about designers haha. I was surprised I knew a couple of them off the top of my head.

I am probably right in the middle. I do not love a game where your head is down the whole time. Typically a shared main board has been the solution for my group. Or a game like #Bus and #Concordia or #Pax Pamir (Second Edition)

1.#Inis looks like an interesting game that I would love to play if I won it 😃

2. For the sweet $200 I would get#Legendary Encounters: An Alien Deck Building Game and#Concordia and#Anachrony (I might hold on to some money and try and get my hands on #The 7th Citadel)

3. If i won a RPG-kind of game or a dungeon crawler i would trade it or give it someone else to cherish 😃


    The best overall design: #Concordia, #Ra, #The Castles of Burgundy#El Grande

    Your best memories: #Vs. System

    Best cover art: Anything by Vincent Dutrait and #Rococo

    The best euro: See best overall design

    The best quick game (30m or less): #Ghost Stories

    The most fun you can have with your clothes on: #Telestrations

    The first game you loved: #Magic: The Gathering

    The best game you can fit in your pocket: #Parade or #Claim

    The most immersive experience: #Tales of the Arabian Nights

    Your most played game: #Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game

    Your favorite component: tower from #Amerigo or gears from #Tzolk'in: The Mayan Calendar

This is so tough... some of these I could swap between 2-3 different games at any point!!

This is so tough... some of these I could swap between 2-3 different games at any point!!