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Hello everyone !

Today we are going to talk about Santo Domingo!

Place your goods and actions for 20 to 30 minutes, from 8 years old and from 2 to 6 players to gain the maximum number of life points!

In Santo Domingo, you must try to make the best possible use of your 8 Action cards.

Each round, players simultaneously choose an Action card.

The cards are then resolved in ascending order. You will therefore have to estimate as best as possible which card your opponents will choose.

Depending on the cards played, you will obtain victory points (VP) (cards 1, 2 and 6) or goods (cards 3, 4 and 5).

The Merchant (card 7) will then allow you to exchange your goods for VPs. The Beggar (card 8) will allow you to regain control of your cards.

The game ends when a player obtains 30 VP. At the end of this round, the player with the most VP wins the game.

A Santo Domingo game takes place over several rounds. Each round is broken down into three phases:

1. Restock

Advance all the markers on the game board a number of spaces depending on the number of players.

2. Play an Action card

Each player chooses one or more Action cards to play for this round: 2 cards during a game with 2 or 3 players and 1 card during a game with 4, 5 or 6 players.

You will find a reminder of the number of playing cards in the upper corners of the game board. The card(s) are placed face down in front of the players.

When all players are ready, all cards are revealed simultaneously.

3. Resolve Action cards

The effect of each card is then applied in ascending order of card values ​​(starting with the Captain, if he has been played). The effects of identical Action cards are applied at the same time (there is no order of play).

The cards played remain visible until the end of the round; they will only be discarded face down once all the cards have been resolved.

All players have the same 8 action cards: Captain, Admiral, Governor, Frigate, Galleon, Customs Officer, Merchant and Beggars.

Depending on the cards, you will receive life points or goods. These can move our hit point slider up or down.

Players who did not play Beggar during this round now discard the cards played into a personal discard pile, face down.

As the rounds progress, these players will have fewer and fewer cards to play, until they play a Beggar which will allow them to take their cards back into their hands.

The game board markers remain where they are for the next round.

If no one has reached 30 VP or more, a new round begins.

Good day and good game ;)


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