Return to the glory of Rome and walk in the footsteps of Rome's elite. In Quo Vadis you play one of the mighty patrician families in the power struggle that will determine the destiny of Rome, and the world. To win, you must survive the treacherous political waters of the empire and reach the Senate. In true Roman fashion, the road to power is strewn with laurels; to win the player must reach the Senate and collect deals and promises, not all of which they have to keep. Players can also use Caesar's favor to advance. But there is only room for five senators at the top. Game contains 1 playing board, 54 plastic chips, 54 stickers, 48 silver denominations, 4 thugs, 2 amulets, 112 cards, 2 six-sided dice, 1 ten-sided die, rules book, rumor charts book. For 3-5 players, ages 12 and up.
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Interesting negotiation game. Fairly quick. No real "wow" factor though. I'm not sure if this will be making a lot of appearances.
Very quick for a negotiation game, which is a rarity. I played with a variant that determined the winner (and hence of which I am suspicious), so my final rating will have to wait until I played it the way the good doctor intended; but for now I think it's rather good but a bit dry.
Simple and engaging, but got lost in the shuffle because it didn't demand to get played
While a typical "Reiner" in my eyes, he manages to pull off a very keen "negotiation-you-scratch-my-back-I'll-scratch-yours-and-possibly-betray-you" kind of game here. Some of the decision making is tense, and fraught with uncertainty, as you know not what your fellow opponents will do. Plans change like shifting sand, and your strategy from turn to turn may be very different in some parts of the game than in others. All in all, a very enjoyable and tense (and relatively fast) game.
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