Cavern Tavern is a worker (dice) placement and resource management game that is set in a fantasy world. Your mission is to be the best employee Nasty the Dwarf has ever had. Why? Because Cavern Tavern is the best place to meet heroes of the Northlands, hear stories of epic adventures and when the time is right, go on quests that can shape the world. But before you go adventuring, you need to keep your job at all costs.
And your job is to serve the most drinks, spend time in the kitchen and maintain the Tavern in top shape and try not to step on Nasty?s toes. You think that?s simple? Well your opponents want the same and they?ll backstab you, rat on you to Nasty, steal from you and pretty much make your shift at the tavern miserable.
Through clever usage of the dice and items picked up on tables left by the patrons, blocking the opponents and having good relations with Nasty, you can rise at the top and live to work another day at the Cavern Tavern.
Five years after the events of Cavern Tavern, where a fragile peace was brokered between The Five Realms, the High Queen Tabita Orestes has ordered a new city to be built. The city of Caveborn will be the capital of the Five Realms, a place where all the races will learn to live together in harmony, with the main purpose being to bring them closer and prevent another war.
The Queen needs to keep the alliance between the races and ensure that Caveborn is peaceful and prosperous. To that end, a Settlers Council has been formed with Berk the Town Clerk as its chairman ? but Berk is getting old and needs a successor. Are you that person?
Rise to Nobility is a worker (dice) placement game set in the same fantasy world as Cavern Tavern. You each own a small piece of land in the newly built city, and your job is to rise from anonymity, make your way to the title of lord, and take over the head seat at the Stone Council.
You can achieve this by upgrading your land and increasing its value, satisfying the demands of the settlers' council, attracting and housing as many settlers as you can, accommodating their needs, finding them jobs, and helping them develop from apprentices to guild masters, thus insuring you have people in high places all around the city of Caveborn.
Robin Hood and the Merry Men is a semi cooperative, but a highly competitive board game set in the folklore we all know and love. It?s a thematic euro style game that blends worker placement, hand management, set collection and dice rolling into a one big exciting crossover.
In Robin Hood and the Merry Men, players take on the role of a famous outlaw such as Robin Hood, Little John, Will Scarlet and Jane Fortune, and their mission is to protect the town of Nottingham from the tyranny of infamous ruler Prince John and the notorious Sheriff of Nottingham throughout 5 rounds of onslaught. If they succeed, a winner is declared-the player with the most VP becomes Nottingham?s greatest champion.
Each round consists of two phases: A Merry Men phase and a Hero phase.
In the Merry Men phase, you will call upon your faithful friends who are famous for their abilities to build and set various traps. In order to stay one step ahead, you will send The Merry Men to acquire resources and weapons, and lay traps to catch the Sheriff?s endless army of Guards. Assigning Merry Men is done through playing Merry Men cards that offer variable actions.
With King Richard being away on the Crusades, Prince John has given the Sheriff of Nottingham power to tax the villages in and around Nottingham, so you must order your Merry Men to build barricades on the roads to prevent the heavily guarded and gold-filled carriages from entering the castle.
Before he went on his crusade, King Richard gave you certain tasks. In the midst of his struggles, he would welcome the news that his brave heroes have completed them.
In the Hero phase you will send your Hero to fight the Sheriff?s guards, ambush and rob the royal carriages of their treasures, enter archery tournaments, rescue prisoners from the castle?s darkest dungeons and much much more.