Lancaster leads you back to the year 1413. England is at war and Henry V. is determined to conquer the French crown and bring the country together. Your goal is to actively support him in his projects and to collect as many power points. Here you compete against up to four opponents. You become the head of a noble family with its own courtyard and knights. The ye send to them to let them go on the side of Henry's troops in the conquest. As a member of the aristocratic society, it also has one vote, with their influence on the adoption of laws. Here, too, of course you have the interests of the ruler and thus your own in mind. Each round of Lancaster board game consists of three phases.
Beat the French troops and collect power points!
In the first step you your knight placed on the appropriate places in the County, in the conflict and the Castle. Depending on how strong are your warriors, you can move on free or already occupied spaces. In order to give them extra strength, you are miners in Lancaster board game available optionally with sending her.
As a result, it displaces the fighters competing Lords. The knights who placed it, bestow on you favor platelets, in turn, provide different yields. In the second phase, you put yourself into Parliament, where you take part in a vote. At the end there are three new laws that take inter alia impact on the track and the rest of the game ranking. One of them allows, for example, the player with the most squire to draw an additional knights from the supply. Join certain laws in place, you also can look forward over power points. You who gathers mainly when ye well beat in the conflict against France. In the third step, the income of each player will be evaluated before you start the next round of Lancaster. After eight rounds the game ends with the evaluation of power points. The Lord with the most power points will be declared winner.