The destruction the barbarians left in their wake is being repaired as fast as possible. The castle where the Council of Catan holds session suffered particularly severe damage, but the restoration efforts are making real progress. Now, the craftsmen need to finish the stained glass windows and the new marble statues. Marble must be transported from the quarry, sand must be brought to the glassworks, glass must be delivered to the Castle, and tools are needed as well. The roads of Catan are bustling with traffic. Of course you are involved; the Council pays for transport in solid gold.
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The destruction the barbarians left in their wake is being repaired as fast as possible. The castle where the Council of Catan holds session suffered particularly severe damage, but the restoration efforts are making real progress. Now, the craftsmen need to finish the stained glass windows and the new marble statues.
Marble must be transported from the quarry, sand must be brought to the glassworks, glass must be delivered to the Castle, and tools are needed as well. The roads of Catan are bustling with traffic. Of course you are involved; the Council pays for transport in solid gold. For you! The Castle is being restored, so it will shine in new splendor. For this purpose, glass panes for the leaded windows are needed, along with marble for statues and interior decoration.
There are three new terrain hexes that serve as "trade hexes" for the transport of commodities. Object of the Game The players have the task of transporting glass and marble to the castle hex as well as providing the glassworks with sand and the marble quarry with tools. Each transported commodity is rewarded with gold and counts as a victory point.
The first player to reach a total of 13 victory points during his turn wins the game. Setup First, assemble the frame. Replace 2 frame pieces from basic Settlers labeled and with the corresponding frame pieces provided in this expansion. Then place the 3 trade hexes as shown in the illustration below. The sea side of each trade hex must match up with a sea side of the frame. Do not use the following 3 hexes from the basic Settlers game: the desert hex, 1 pasture hex, and 1 fields hex.
Remove those 3 hexes from play. Do not place number tokens on the 3 trade hexes-remove the "2" and the "12" number tokens from play.
Place the remaining number tokens as specified in the set-up of the basic Settlers game, leaving out token "2" B and token "12" H. When placing the number tokens, skip the trade hexes. Arrange the commodity tokens into 3 stacks sorted by the pictures on their backs castle, quarry, glassworks. Shuffle each stack and place it with the backs facing up showing the building picture beside the corresponding trade hex.
You receive the set of 5 Baggage Train Cards whose frame colors match your color. Stack the cards face down, sorted so that that the backs of the cards are in sequence from 1 to 5. Turn the top 1 Baggage Train Card of your stack face up and place it next to the stack - this is your active Baggage Train Card. Place the 3 barbarians on the paths marked with black crosses. Use the new 25 Development Cards that this expansion provides for this scenario.
Do not use any of the basic Settlers game Development Cards. You receive 5 gold. Do not use the Special Card "Longest Road". Do not use the robber. You set up as outlined in the basic Settlers game, except that your second settlement is replaced by a city.
You still only receive 1 resource for each terrain hex adjacent to your city. The changes are described below. Trade Hexes Each of the 3 trade hexes has a "central plaza" intersection - with a building. Four "interior" paths lead to this central plaza.
For each trade hex, the following rules apply: You may build roads on interior paths, according to the usual rules. You may not build a settlement on the central plaza intersection of a trade hex A. You may not build roads on the three paths of a trade hex B that border on the sea. Example: The blue player and the red player have built roads on three out of four paths of the trade hex.
Movement After you finish trading and building during your turn, you may move your wagon. The following rules apply: I.
Moving your wagon You move your wagon along paths from intersection to adjacent intersection. Moving your wagon along a path from one intersection to an adjacent intersection costs 1 or more "movement points" MPs. Any number of wagons may occupy a given intersection. At the beginning of the game, your wagon has 4 movement points to use each time you take your turn. You can increase its MPs by upgrading your baggage train.
The MP cost is 1 if the path has one of your own roads. Example: The red wagon has 4 movement points. It can move A to the castle using 4 red roads 4 Mps. Or, it can move B to the castle using a roadless path 2 MPs and 2 blue roads 2 Mps , but would owe blue 2 coins. You may do so even after already having used some or all of its MPs in the regular fashion. Your wagon may stop and end its movement on any intersection it moves to. Unused movement points are lost. Your wagon must stop and end its movement whenever it moves onto the central plaza of a trade hex.
If you do not have enough unused MPs to move along a path, you may not partially move along the path-your wagon must end its movement on an intersection.
You may change your initial destination at will. However, you do receive the top commodity token from the stack corresponding to the trade hex. Turn it face up in front of yourself to reveal the commodity depicted on the front of the token.
There are 4 different commodities: Each trade hex produces two different types of commodities. On later turns, you must move your wagon to the trade hex where this commodity can be delivered. You want to deliver glass and marble to the castle hex, tools to the quarry hex, and sand to the glassworks hex.
For example, if your wagon is on the glassworks hex and you have received a glass commodity token, you must move your wagon to the castle trade hex. A player may carry out only one delivery at a time. Only after completing a delivery, may you draw another commodity token. Delivering Your Commodity When your wagon stops at the central plaza of the trade hex corresponding to your commodity token, you must deliver that commodity: Turn the commodity token face down showing the picture with a building.
The token is worth 1 victory point. Depending on your baggage train see below , you also receive between 1 and 5 gold. Take and reveal another commodity token as outlined above-this commodity token determines your new destination trade hex.
Upgrading Your Baggage Train Your wagon represents the on-board location of your baggage train. The gold you receive for delivering a commodity. The roll required to drive off a barbarian. Example: Your active Baggage Train Card is shown below; so, you have 5 movement points for your wagon A , you receive 2 gold when delivering a commodity B , and you drive off a barbarian by rolling a "6" C.
During trading and building on your turn, you may pay resources to upgrade to your next Baggage Train Card: Pay the resources shown on the top card of your Baggage Train stack. Turn the top card of that stack over and place it on top of your active Baggage Train Card. This card is now your active Baggage Train Card. Upgrading to the last Baggage Train Card in your stack is worth 1 victory point, as indicated on that card.
The Barbarians Barbarians occupy paths. You may not build a road on a path occupied by a barbarian. Only 1 barbarian may occupy a given path. A Moving Past Barbarians When moving your wagon along a path road or no road occupied by a barbarian, your movement point MP cost is 2 more than normally required i.
If you do not have sufficient movement points to move past a barbarian, you either stop on the intersection before the barbarian and lose any unused MPs, or move in another direction. B Driving Off A Barbarian If you upgrade your Baggage Train Card at least once, you can attempt to drive off a barbarian: Pause your moving wagon on an intersection adjacent to a barbarian.
Roll one die. If the result is one of the die roll numbers shown on your active Baggage Train Card, you may move the barbarian to any path not already occupied by a barbarian. Regardless of whether you drive off the barbarian, you may continue moving your wagon normally using any remaining movement points.
When you drive off a barbarian, you do not steal a Resource Card from another player. During each of your turns, you may only attempt to drive off a given barbarian once. A "7" is rolled When you roll a "7" as your production roll, you must move one of the 3 barbarians to any path not already occupied by a barbarian. If you move a barbarian to a path occupied by a road, you may draw a Resource Card not gold from the owner of that road.
In addition, each player who has more than 7 Resource Cards must select half rounded down of his Resource Cards and return them to the bank. A "2" or a "12" is rolled When you roll a "2" or a "12" as your production roll, re-roll the dice. The Gold The large gold coins are worth 5, while the small ones are worth 1. In addition, up to two times during your turn, you may buy a resource of your choice for 2 gold. You may also trade gold coins as if they were resources-you can trade with other players and with the bank at or with harbors.
Gold does not count as a resource and is thus not considered when a "7" is rolled. Gold cannot be taken by using a "Monopoly" Development Card.
Traders & Barbarians Game Rules
In addition, the 2-player variant allows you to play the Base Game as well as all scenarios of this expansion against only one opponent. Over the course of a campaign with five scenarios, the story is told of how things develop on Catan after the first settlements and cities are built. As the "Fishermen of Catan," we experience how fishing not only adds to the menu but also opens up completely new tactical possibilities. In the second scenario, "The Rivers of Catan," the rivers prove to be true lifelines. If you build roads and settlements adjacent to the rivers, you can easily make a fortune. If you arrive too late, you may well become a poor settler and have a hard time trying to get rid of this disadvantage.