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Post Post #0  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 12:03 am

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Game State
  • has begun. Currently on Build Phase 3.
  • It's tris' turn. 0 days, 22 hours, 32 minutes on the timer.
  • Sirius9121 has replaced Nancy Drew 39 as of post . This is a mid-game replacement, so he'll retain his spot on Game 5.
  • Sign-ups for Game 5 are open to everyone not currently playing. (1/3 pre-ins: Sirius9121)

Player Stats
OrderPlayerVillage NameCoinsDraftBuildHand
1sttristhizh
9
5
4
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2ndMist7676Mystical Mystic
8
4
2
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3rdSirius9121Daybreak Frontline
4
3
4
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4thFarrenRiverton
10
4
3
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5thFelissanSan Felis
8
5
3
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Which Unlocker can you find in…
thizh
tris
Mystical Mystic
Mist7676
Daybreak Frontline
Sirius9121
Riverton
Farren
San Felis
Felissan
Harvester

Cooper

Blacksmith
Brewer
Cooper
Carpenter
Hunter
Hunter

The Road
Face-down villagers (12 in Reserve)
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Stack A is
out of play

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Image
The
First
Market

is activated
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Stack C is
out of play

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Wood
2 in stack D
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Solitary
9 in stack E
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Solitary
12 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image ☒ Smuggler ¢
Shipwright • Earn half the Gold of a
villager in your Village. Discard after use.
Image ☒ Fisher ¢
No chain
Shipwright3 Gold1 Food
Image Carpenter ¢
Chain: Lumberjack - Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
Image ☒ Freemason ¢
No chain
Brewer • 3 Silver per Builder
Image Plower ¢
No chain
2 Silver per Grains symbol
Image Blacksmith ¢
Chain: Miner - Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Basic Villagers
  Image Miner  8  
  Image Hayer  6  
  Image Lumberjack    6  

tris
Spoiler: Village

thizh
Coins supply9 coins
Draft limit2 + 3 = 5
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers
in hand
Image Image Image
Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Mason
2 Gold1 Builder
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Grazier
1 Food
▼ Milk Maid
▼▼ Fromager
Solitary
Image Harvester
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Horse Trader
3 Silver per 2 Hay symbols
Image ☒ Peddler
3 Silver per 2 Gold text

Mist7676
Spoiler: Village

Mystical Mystic
Coins supply8 coins
Draft limit2 + 2 = 4
Build limit2 + 0 = 2
Villagers
in hand
Image Image Image Image Image
Image Image Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image Swineherd
2 Gold1 Food
Image ☒ Poulterer
3 Gold1 Food
▼ Truffler
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Wheeler
3 Gold
one slot
available
▼ Cartwright
Leather Chain
Image Tanner
Start of Leather chains, holds 2
2 Gold

Sirius9121
Spoiler: Village

Daybreak Frontline
Coins supply4 coins
Draft limit2 + 1 = 3
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers
in hand
Image Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
1 Food
Solitary
Image Wattler
1 Builder
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
4 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image ☒ Cooper
Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Horse Trader
3 Silver per 2 Hay symbols
one slot
available
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols

Farren
Spoiler: Village

Riverton
Coins supply10 coins
Draft limit2 + 2 = 4
Build limit2 + 1 = 3
Villagers
in hand
Image Image Image Image
Image Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image ☒ Brewer
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food1 Builder
one slot
available
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
one slot
available
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image ☒ Cooper
Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
one slot
available
Wool Chain
Image Shepherd
Start of Wool chains, holds 2
1 Food

Felissan
Spoiler: Village

San Felis
Coins supply8 coins
Draft limit2 + 3 = 5
Build limit2 + 1 = 3
Villagers
in hand
Image Image Image Image Image
Image Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
2 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
one slot
available
Wool Chain
Image Shepherd
Start of Wool chains, holds 2
1 Food
Solitary
Image Hunter
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Solitary
Image Hunter
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols
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Post Post #1  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 12:04 am

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You are the founder of a new village during the middle ages, in the years after a great plague. The loss of so many people has created big problems for the survivors. Many of the people the villagers used to depend on for essential things like food, shelter, and clothes are gone. The roads are full of refugees seeking a new beginning. They come to you, hoping to settle on your land and make a living.

ReferencesIf you've played the board game before, the rules are exactly the same. You can skip to Conduct.
The following rules are for a standard 5-player game with no expansions. However, if the current game has an expansion, the rules will be listed in the post below.
If there are any inconsistencies between this ruleset and the official rulebook, the latter prevails.
The rules are taken from the official rulebook: [link]
The Kickstarter expansion rules: [link]
If you prefer a video, here's one from Watch It Played: [link]

OverviewVillagers is a card drafting game for up to 5 players. Each player controls a village, looking for skilled villagers to populate their village from the ground up. Everyone's playing to get the most coins.

The game is played over several rounds, each with a draft phase and a build phase. In the drafting phase, players will take turns taking cards (the villagers) from the pool of cards (the Road). In the building phase, they will play the cards in their hands to their play area (the Village).

There are two opportunities for income: the First Market roughly a third of the way into the game, and the Second Market at the end of the game. Depending on how their Villages are looking, they will score coins. At the end of the Second Market, the player with the most coins wins.

Pre-GameAt the start, the Road is populated with villagers: 2 each of every kind. There are 6 face-up villagers (all their info is shown) and 6 stacks of (players ×2) face-down villagers (only their type is shown). The starting 6 face-up villagers are always the same: Poulterer, Blacksmith, Carpenter, Cooper, Thatcher, and Harvester. Players then receive 5 villagers for their hands, 8 coins, and a starting Founder villager for their Villages with the 2 Gold side up. A player is assigned randomly to be the first player.

Draft PhasePlayers take turns starting from the first player, taking villagers one at a time from the Road. Each player must take 2 villagers plus however many Food in their Village, up to a combined total of 5 villagers. A player may take either a face-up or a face-down villager. If a player takes a face-up villager, a replacement is drawn from the left-most stack. If a player takes a face-down villager, it's shown for everyone to see.

When all the stacks have been emptied, the replacements will instead be drawn from the Reserve. At this point, players may draft from the Reserve. If the Reserve has been emptied, no further replacements are drawn. Play continues in turn order until either everyone hits their limit or there are no more villagers on the Road.

At the end of the phase, the players each take all their drafted villagers to their hands. There's no limit as to how many villagers can be held on a player's hand. The remaining face-up villagers are discarded if they have a coin (marked with ¢), and replacements are drawn from the Reserve, or the left-most stack if the Reserve is exhausted. Each villager is then given a coin from the Bank for the next Draft Phase.

Spoiler: Sample Road
Face-down villagers (8 in Reserve)
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Solitary
3 in stack A
Image
Grains
8 in stack B
1st Market
Image
Solitary
9 in stack C
Image
Ore
10 in stack D
Image
Grape
8 in stack E
Image
Hay
9 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image Blacksmith
Chain: Miner - Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Image Log Rafter ¢
Chain: Lumberjack - Log Rafter
1 Silver per Wood symbol
Image Hunter
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Image Monk
A Wild card to complete any chain.
Can't be placed at the end of the chain.
Image ☒ Cobbler ¢
Chain: Tanner - Cobbler
Blacksmith6 Gold
Image Shepherd
Start of all Wool chains
1 Food

Build PhasePlayers take turns starting from the first, placing the villagers from their hand to their Village. They can play 2 villagers plus however many Builders in their Village at the start of their turn, up to a combined total of 5, but they can choose to build under this limit. Each player plays all their villagers at once before moving on to the next player. Multiple copies of the same villager can be played on the Village.

Solitary and Special Villagers can be played as is, without chains. Otherwise, to place villagers with a chain, every villager that appears before them must either be placed simultaneously or have already been placed to their Village. Only the last villager in theirs chain is active to determine drafting and building limits. They are also the only villagers whose rules are in consideration when the Markets arrive.

The first villager in each chain can support up to 2 villagers before requiring a new one. The first villagers for Ore, Hay, and Wood (Miner, Hayer, and Lumberjack: collectively the Basic Villagers) cannot be found on the Road. To get them, players return one villager from their hand to any stack on the Road to get one Basic Villager of their choice. This can be done up to 3 times in one turn and do not count towards the limit. There are 10 of each; once one runs out, no more claims can be done for that Basic Villager.

If a villager has this symbol: ☒, they have to be unlocked before they can be played. The unlocking villager (the Unlocker) is shown with this symbol: ⚿. If a player has the corresponding Unlocker, they'll get 2 coins from the Bank to place on top of the Unlocker. If another player has the Unlocker, they'll have to pay that player 2 coins from their supply, which is placed on top of the Unlocker. If multiple players have the Unlocker, they can choose who to give 2 coins to. If no one has the Unlocker, the player pays 2 coins to the Bank to unlock. If a player can't pay, they can't play the villager.

Special Villagers are also available to be played. Some of them get discarded immediately; these do not count towards the build limit. Others can be placed on the Villages; these do count. If a villager must be played at the same time as a Special Villager, the villager must be able to be placed there.

Play continues in turn order. At the end of the phase, the player who was second in turn order becomes the first player for the next round. If there's no Food in a Village at this time, the Founders in that Village (if active) will be flipped from the 2 Gold side to the 1 Food side. This flip is irreversible in normal circumstances.

Spoiler: Sample Village
This Village would score 23 coins in the First Market and 29 coins in the Second Market. Two villagers have coins on them: the Carpenter unlocked 3 villagers and has 6 coins on top; the Cartwright unlocked 1 villager and has 2 coins on top.

Village Name
Coins supply8 coins
Draft limit2 + 1 = 3
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers in handImage Image Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
1 Food
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
Carpenter4 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image WheelerImage Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
Image Cartwright
Unlocks 2 • 9 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Freemason
Brewer • 3 Silver per Builder

Market PhaseWhen the first two stacks have been emptied, the First Market will commence at the end of the round. All the Villages will earn coins equal to all the Golds on their active villagers, as well as all the coins on top of their villagers. These coins are not removed; they'll be scored again on the Second Market. Silvers are not scored here.

When all the stacks have been emptied, the Second Market will commence at the end of the round. Scoring works the same as the First Market, but the Silvers are scored as well. Silvers will be scored first before Golds, then the coins on top of villagers are scored last.

At the end of the Second Market, the Village with the most coins wins. If there's a tie, the one with the fewest number of villagers in their Village wins. If there's still a tie, it's a joint victory.

Villager ClarificationsApprentice steals an inactive (covered) villager from any Village to put in your own Village. The Apprentice then fills the spot of the stolen villager. This action counts as 1 build action. Any Village includes your own Village, so you can swap out your own villagers. However, the stolen villager must be able to be placed in your Village. Additionally, you cannot steal other players' Founders, but you can swap out your own (and even choose which side you'd like), so you could potentially have 2 Grains chains in your Village.
If you play an Apprentice on a locked villager, the locked villager will need to be unlocked using the same rules.
If you play an Apprentice on a Monk, you're free to use the Monk as a Wild, without any consideration as to what role the Monk played on the previous Village. The Monk must still be covered by the end of your turn.

Monk acts as a Wild card. You can put the Monk anywhere that's not the end of a chain, meaning you'll always have to cover the Monk immediately with another villager.

If the Apprentice and the Monk act as the first in their respective chains, both of their branches must be of the same type. No mixing of types on the same chain.

Smuggler earns you coins equal to half of the Gold value of one of your villagers in your Village, rounded up. Specifying one is optional; the default is the highest-valued villager of yours. The Smuggler is discarded after use, so they don't count towards your Build Limit.

Tinner ignores the unlocking mechanic for the villagers played together with themself. Note that the villagers themselves must already be able to be placed in your Village. You can mix and match: playing some with the Tinner (to avoid paying) and some without (to claim coins). There's nothing stopping you from playing Tinner on their own; you'll just get no use out of it. The Tinner is also discarded after use, so they don't count towards your Build Limit.

Agent scores Silver equal to the coins on top of one villager in your Village. They're automatically assigned to the one with the most coins, unless specified otherwise.

Peddler scores 3 Silver for every 2 Gold text, not every 2 Gold. A Village with a Cartwright (9 Gold) and a Fromager (15 Gold) would score 3 Silver from these 2 villagers, not 36 Silver.

Wood Carver scores Silver equal to the combined Gold values of all your Wood villagers in your Village. This does not take coins on your Wood villagers into account.

Any villager that counts symbols counts their own symbols as well, if applicable.
If a villager gives an amount of Silver for every 2 symbols, odd amounts are rounded down to the nearest even number before processed.

ConductAll site rules apply. Please be courteous to your fellow players.

Pre-game
  • To join, simply post in the thread. Optionally, you can tell me what you'd name your Village and I'll put that in.
  • Once 3 players are in, I'll set a 48 hour countdown for the 4th and 5th players to join. The game will start after the timer runs out or the 5th player joins, whichever comes first.
  • You cannot join the game after it's started, but you can sign in for the next game. I might also PM you if the game needs replacements.
  • If you signed in from the previous game, you'll have until the start of the next game to re-confirm it.
  • Once all players are in, I'll randomise the turn order and PM you with your hand of villagers.
Game-wide rules
  • Turns are signalled with your name on the title of the thread and a post declaring that it's your turn.
  • Hand updates will be done via PM after each phase, but you can always request one outside of this time.
  • If at any time you need to refer to the current game state, you can find it on the first post.
  • Every player can see each other's Villages, their number of coins, and the types of their villagers in hand.
  • Editing your turn is allowed up until the point in which I updated the thread with your turn, then it's locked. As a rule of thumb, you'll always have at least 15 minutes from when you posted to change your mind.
Draft Phases
  • You'll have 24 hours to pick a villager from when I post how the Road looks at the time.
  • If you see that the player before you has gone, you may go before indicated, but you may miss out on new villager options.
  • If you take a face-down villager, I'll reveal the details on the next post. To take one, just specify the type or stack.
Build Phases
  • You'll have 48 hours to post your entire turn from when I post your Village. If possible, keep your turn in a single post.
  • With the post, I'll declare your build limit and a list of every Unlocker in play from every Village.
  • If you see that the player before you has gone, you may go before indicated, but please take note of the Unlockers in play as this list could expand between turns.
  • You'll see in your PMs that I've labelled each villager in your hand with a number. If you'd like to exchange for a Basic Villager, include what villager number you'd like to return (or what type if you're only holding one villager of that type), what stack to return to, and what Basic Villager you'd like. Do not say the actual name of the villager you're returning. You don't need to number the villagers you play in any other context.
  • If you'd like to play a locked villager, you only need to specify a target Unlocker if there are 2 different players other than yourself who own it. If you don't specify, I'll assume you'll be paying to the closest player in turn order from you.
    Unless explicitly stated otherwise, this is what I would do:
    • If you have that Unlocker, you'll claim 2 coins from the Bank.
    • If you have two of them, the 2 coins would go to the one with more coins.
    • If someone has the Unlocker and you don't, you'll pay 2 coins to the Unlocker.
    • If someone has two of them, the 2 coins would go to the one with fewer coins.
    • If no one has the Unlocker, you'll pay 2 coins to the Bank.
  • Villagers will be placed in the order you list them, left to right. Make sure to get the ordering right, because sometimes you can play an Unlocker, which is then used immediately to unlock your next locked villager in the same turn.
  • If your turn is ambiguous, I'll post my best interpretation of your turn, and you'll have until the timer is up for you to either confirm or clarify what you mean. If there's less than 24 hours on the timer, I'll amend it to 24 hours. When the timer runs out, I'll assume compliance.
  • If your turn is invalid (such as trying to put a villager without following the chain), I'll post about the error and you can correct it. If there's less than 24 hours on the timer, I'll amend it to 24 hours, but after 3 timer amends in a row, I'll stop amending the timer. When the timer runs out, depending on the error, I'll make the following decisions in order:
    • If you go over your build limit, I'll only consider the left-most villagers you list. The rest go back to your hand.
    • If you didn't specify which villagers to apply Apprentice or Monk to, they will not be played. If you didn't specify such for Tinner (since you're allowed to mix and match), I'll assume you're using the Tinner for your entire turn.
    • If your ordering is invalid but there are valid orderings for your play, I'll go with the one that requires the least number of swaps from your stated turn, favouring the ones listed first.
    • If you're missing parts of the chain before your villager (this includes forgetting to claim Basic Villagers), that villager will not be played.
    • If you don't have enough money to unlock a locked villager, that villager will not be played.
    • If, after following through all that, you ended up with no villagers to play, I'll prod you.
  • Here are a few examples of build turns. You may post variations of these, as long as I can understand what you're going for. These also include what info you should include when playing each of the Special Villagers.
Exchange #3 for a Lumberjack and put it on Stack C. Do the same for #5 for a Hayer, and put it on Stack A. Play Carpenter and Bed Builder.
Bed Builder is unlocked with Carpenter. Because Carpenter is played first, the player can claim 2 coins from the bank.
Play Apprentice, swapping for [name]'s Graper. Play Tinner alongside Fisher and Vintner.
Tinner eliminates unlocking costs, so they can be played directly.
Play Monk on Miner, and put Spelunker on top of it. Play Smuggler (on Cartwright)*.
*This is optional. Without specifying, I'll assume you're playing them on your highest-valued villager.
Smuggler is unlocked with Shipwright. Because there's no further info, the player will claim or pay following the rules above.

Activity requirements
  • If the timer runs out without you submitting your turn, I'll prod you and give you another 24 hours to make the turn.
  • If the prod timer runs out, I'll start looking for replacements, unless it's the final round: you'll be allowed to stay but without prods or further extensions. Run out of time and your turn will be automatically played.
  • While a player is being replaced or is being automatically played, I'll draft and build for them, following these priorities:
    • whether they can continue or complete a chain
    • whether they start a chain
    • whether they have a Builder (except when there's 3 or more in their Village, in which case ignore)
    • whether they have Food (except when there's 3 or more in their Village, in which case ignore)
    • decreasing order of Gold (Silver after the First Market)
    • decreasing order of Silver (Gold after the First Market)
  • While drafting: if there's a tie on which villager to draft, I'll take the villager that has been there the longest.
  • While building: determine all villagers to be placed first up until their Build Limit, then if any of them need Basic Villagers, return the remaining villagers in number label order to the left-most stack.
  • If you're going on V/LA, please post in the thread or notify me via PM.
  • During V/LA, I'll add 24 hours to each of your timers and I'll PM you when the timer's up.
  • After another 24 hours, I'll play for you following the actions above.
  • You will not be replaced while on V/LA. However, if the break is particularly lengthy, you might want to consider replacing out altogether.
  • If you'd like to replace out, please post in the thread or notify me via PM. I'll search for a replacement and play following the actions above.
If you have any questions or issues, don't hesitate to ask in the thread or via PM. Let's have a good session!

Rule Edits
  • 2021/02/26 edit: clarifying Unlockers
  • Post Game 2 edit: removed mentions of the Draft Phase from the Market Phase section; rewrote the Smuggler clarification to explicitly mention coins
  • Post Game 1 edit: added the Clarifications section, revamping the automatic play mechanisms
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Post Post #2  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 12:05 am

Current Game Announcements

(none)

Past Announcements

Spoiler: Game 1

Holiday policyDuring the week of Thanksgiving, I'll act as if everyone's on V/LA (no one can be replaced) and adjust the timers to 3 days for Draft Phases and 5 days for Build Phases. This will be my policy for holidays, so it'll be the same arrangement for Christmas/New Year.
Exact times are 23 Nov 00:00 to 29 Nov 23:59 and 24 Dec 00:00 to 1 Jan 23:59. All times in UTC.

Mod ErrorI discovered that I noted the Mason's abilities incorrectly from the board game. To balance the game and ensure a smooth transition, this change will be performed after the end of Build Phase 2. I apologise for the inconvenience.

CurrentRevised
Image Mason
Chain: Miner - Mason
2 Gold1 Food
Image Mason
Chain: Miner - Mason
2 Gold1 Builder

Clarification on ApprenticeAdded these lines under the Apprentice's clarification section:
If you play an Apprentice on a locked villager, it will need to be unlocked using the same rules.
If you play an Apprentice on a Monk, you're free to use it as a Wild, without any consideration as to what role the Monk played on the previous Village. The Monk must still be covered by the end of your turn.

Clarification on AgentThe Agent scores Silver equal to coins on top of one of their villagers. This has always been the intention, but currently the ability text can allow for alternate interpretations of this rule. As such, the ability text will be updated the next time I send hand updates. Sorry for any confusion caused.

CurrentRevised
Image Agent
No chain
Silver equal to coins atop one villager
Image Agent
No chain
Silver = coins on one of your villagers

Spoiler: Game 2

Game 2 Variant: Developments ExpansionThere are 12 Developments, split in three categories. Each Development has a certain requirement, like having the most Hay symbols, or the most villagers with coins, and so on. Fulfilling a Development gives the player a reward; most of the time it's coins, but a few give out advantages for the game.

At the start of the game, one Development from each category is randomly drawn and the three of them stay for the entire game. After each Build Phase but before any Markets, there will be a Development Phase where the winner of each development is announced. That player would keep the Development and its benefits until the next Development Phase, even if someone else beats them before that. If there's a tie for a certain Development, no one gets it. Developments are not scored during Markets.

Holiday policyDuring the week of Thanksgiving, I'll act as if everyone's on V/LA (no one can be replaced) and adjust the timers to 3 days for Draft Phases and 5 days for Build Phases. This will be my policy for holidays, so it'll be the same arrangement for Christmas/New Year.
Exact times are 23 Nov 00:00 to 29 Nov 23:59 and 24 Dec 00:00 to 1 Jan 23:59. All times in UTC.

Clarification on Windmill (dev)
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image AImage X
Image B
▼ C
Because it may cause confusion, I want to clarify that for the purposes of evaluating who gets the Windmill, chains with two branches only count as one chain altogether. As an example, the table to the left is counted as one chain, not two.

The Developments section in the first post has been updated to reflect this. You still need two or more villagers per chain for the chain to be counted.

Mod Error - Windmill affecting Market(place)I missed one line on the clarifications section of the expansion rules regarding evaluating the Developments. Turns out,
Symbols on other Developments are not included.

This means that the Food gained from the Windmill does not count towards evaluating the Marketplace. I think I must have missed it because there's a similar sounding line in the main rule text:
...the symbols on the Developments are not included when scoring the Silver (...) Symbols in your Village.

and I must have thought that they're describing the same scenario. They aren't, in fact, and I apologise for the error.

The correction will be applied on Development Phase 4. The next Development Phase (#3) will still be evaluated on the previous assumption of the Windmill affecting the Marketplace, because of the possibility that Draft Phase 3 was played with this assumption in mind.

While here, I also want to point out that the Food gained from the Windmill will not be counted on the Second Market. This was implied here:
In post 293, vincentw wrote:Developments are not scored during Markets.

but it was worded more explicitly in the second quote box above.

New ruling pushed forwardAfter a further deliberation with all players, everyone has agreed to apply the corrected ruling on Development Phase 3 instead of 4.

Spoiler: Game 3

Same-person unlocking choice and AgentDuring the game, I often thought that if a person holds 2 of the same Unlockers, then it doesn't matter to whom does someone looking to unlock pays the 2 coins. In fact, this does matter when evaluating the Agent, as the Agent scores equal to coins on one villager and, say, a 10-0 split is more advantageous to a 6-4 split. We haven't had someone win by single-digit amount of coins, but 2nd place downwards have been decided by Unlocker coins in the past, so this would serve as a preventive measure.

Going forward, unless mentioned otherwise, I'm going to assume that in the event this happens in the future, a player using their own Unlockers would pay to the one with more coins, while anyone with a choice of 2 Unlockers belonging to the same, other person would pay to the one with fewer coins.
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Post Post #3  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 12:06 am

Game History
Each player's Village are shown in turn order, starting with the player who went first in the first round.

Game 1: Vanilla
Spoiler: Players Stats and Unlockers
RankPlayerVillageStartImage1st M.2nd M.Total
1stMizzytasticAberriw
8
5
6
0
21 + 6
68 + 28 + 24
154
2ndFelissanMontleduc
8
4
2
0
17 + 4
62 + 36 + 10
139
3rdFarrenRiverton
8
6
−10
12
38 + 0
12 + 58 + 0
124
4thSirius9121Exsecant
8
3
2
3
10 + 6
44 + 18 + 10
100
5thNancy Drew 39Wisteria
8
5
8
0
12 + 0
10 + 38 + 0
65

Which Unlockers can you find in…
Exsecant
Sirius9121
Aberriw
Mizzytastic
Riverton
Farren
Wisteria
Nancy Drew 39
Montleduc
Felissan
Blacksmith 10¢
Chandler
Glass Blower
Harvester
Harvester

Brewer
Carpenter
Carpenter
Cartwright
Cooper
Chandler
Shipwright
Blacksmith
Hunter




Glass Blower





Cartwright
Cooper
Shipwright




Spoiler: Events
: Set-up roll
: Draft Phase 1
: Build Phase 1
: Draft Phase 2
: Build Phase 2
: Draft Phase 3
: Build Phase 3
: First Market
: Draft Phase 4
: Build Phase 4
: Draft Phase 5
: Build Phase 5
: Second Market

Spoiler: The Road's End State
The Reserve is depleted before the end of the final Draft Phase.

Face-up villagers
Image Scribe
No chain
1 Silver per villager in hand
Image Hunter
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Image ☒ Brewer
Chain: Founders - Brewer
Cooper • Unlocks 2 • 1 Food1 Builder
Image Swineherd
Chain: Founders - Swineherd - Truffler
2 Gold1 Food
ImageImage
Basic Villagers
  Image Miner  5  
  Image Hayer  4  
  Image Lumberjack    1  

Mizzytastic
Spoiler: Village
Aberriw
Coins supply154 coins
Draft limit2 + 4 > 5
Build limit2 + 4 > 5
Villagers in handImage Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image ☒ Poulterer
3 Gold1 Food
Image ☒ Brewer
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food1 Builder
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
Image ☒ Cooper
Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Grapes Chain
Image Graper
Start of Grapes chains, holds 2
1 Food
Solitary
Image ☒ Fisher
3 Gold1 Food
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image ApprenticeImage Shipwright
Unlocks 4 • 2 Gold1 Builder
Image Cartwright
Unlocks 2 • 9 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
one slot
available
Solitary
Image ☒ Beekeeper
4 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Freemason
3 Silver per Builder
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image ☒ Locksmith
2 Silver per ☒ symbol
one slot
available
Solitary
Image Image Chandler
Unlocks 4 • 3 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols
Solitary
Image ☒ Freemason
3 Silver per Builder

Farren
Spoiler: Village
This symbol ▼ indicates which villagers can go after it to extend the chain.

Riverton
Coins supply124 coins
Draft limit2 + 1 = 3
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers in hand
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
2 Gold
Solitary
Image Hunter
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Horse Trader
3 Silver per 2 Hay symbols
Wool Chain
Image Monk
Image SpinnerImage Monk
Image ApprenticeImage ☒ Weaver
12 Gold
Image Tailor
24 Gold
▼ Tailor
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image SeekerImage Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image ☒ Spelunker
10 Gold
▼ Jeweler
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
4 Gold
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
one slot
available

Nancy Drew 39
Spoiler: Village
Wisteria
Coins supply65 coins
Draft limit2 + 2 = 4
Build limit2 + 1 = 3
Villagers in handImage Image Image Image Image
Image Image Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
2 Gold
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image GrazierImage Image ☒ Bed Builder
4 Gold
Image ☒ Milk Maid
Image Fromager
15 Gold1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Mason
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Image ☒ Glass Blower
Unlocks 2 • 4 Gold
Leather Chain
Image Tanner
Image ☒ Cobbler
6 Gold
Image Saddler
5 Gold
Wool Chain
Image Shepherd
Start of Wool chains, holds 2
1 Food
Solitary
Image Scribe
1 Silver per villager in hand

Felissan
Spoiler: Village
This symbol ▼ indicates which villagers can go after it to extend the chain.

Montleduc
Coins supply139 coins
Draft limit2 + 3 = 5
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers in handImage
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image SwineherdImage ☒ Poulterer
3 Gold1 Food
Image ☒ Truffler
8 Gold1 Food
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Shipwright
Unlocks 4 • 2 Gold1 Builder
Image ☒ Cooper
Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Grapes Chain
Image Graper
Image ☒ Vintner
5 Gold
Image ☒ Vintner
5 Gold
▼ Wine Trader▼ Wine Trader
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Grazier
1 Food
one slot
available
▼ Milk Maid
▼▼ Fromager
Solitary
Image Wattler
1 Builder
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Image Log Rafter
1 Silver per Wood symbol
Image Image Log Rafter
1 Silver per Wood symbol
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Wood Carver
Silver = Gold from your Wood villagers
Image Wood Carver
Silver = Gold from your Wood villagers
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Wheelerone slot
available
Image Cartwright
Unlocks 2 • 9 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Start of Wood chains, holds 2
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Start of Wood chains, holds 2

Sirius9121
Spoiler: Village
Exsecant
Coins supply100 coins
Draft limit2 + 3 = 5
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers in handImage
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
2 Gold
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Mason
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Blacksmith 10¢
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Ore Muler
3 Silver per 2 Ore symbols
Image ☒ Peddler
3 Silver per 2 Gold text
Solitary
Image Harvester
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Image ☒ Glass Blower
Unlocks 2 • 4 Gold
Image ☒ Locksmith
2 Silver per ☒ symbol
Solitary
Image Wattler
1 Builder
Solitary
Image Harvester
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Solitary
Image Agent
Silver = coins on one of your villagers
Solitary
Image Agent
Silver = coins on one of your villagers
Solitary
Image Image Chandler
Unlocks 4 • 3 Gold
Wool Chain
Image Shepherd
Start of Wool chains, holds 2
1 Food
Leather Chain
Image Tanner
Image Saddler
5 Gold
one slot
available

Game 2: Developments
Spoiler: Player Stats and Unlockers
RankPlayerVillageStartImageImage1st M.2nd M.Total
1stFelissanLovickhem
8
8
−12
0
16
28 + 4
60 + 58 + 10
180
2ndMist7676Mystic
8
4
4
7
0
22 + 8
27 + 26 + 12
110
3rdSirius9121Exsecant
8
4
−12
3
10
18 + 2
47 + 24 + 4
108
4thFarrenRiverton
8
4
8
0
0
17 + 2
17 + 49 + 8
97

Which Unlocker can you find in…
Exsecant
Sirius9121
Mystic
Mist7676
Riverton
Farren
Lovickhem
Felissan
Carpenter
Cooper
Glass Blower
Harvester
Hunter
Blacksmith
Cooper


Carpenter



Blacksmith 10¢
Shipwright



Spoiler: Events
: Set-up rolls
: Draft Phase 1
: Build Phase 1
: Development Phase 1
: Draft Phase 2
: Build Phase 2
: Development Phase 2
: Draft Phase 3
: Build Phase 3
: Development Phase 3
: First Market
: Draft Phase 4
: Build Phase 4
: Development Phase 4
: Draft Phase 5
: Build Phase 5
: Development Phase 5
: Second Market

Spoiler: The Road's End State
Face-down villagers
Image
The
Second
Market

is activated
Image
Image
All stacks
out of play

Image
Image
Grains
23 in Reserve

Face-up villagers
Image Wheeler
Chain: Lumberjack - Wheeler - Cartwright
3 Gold
Image Tailor
Chain: Shepherd - Spinner - Weaver - Tailor
24 Gold
Image Grazier
Chain: Hayer - Grazier - Milk Maid - Fromager
1 Food
Image Shipwright
Chain: Lumberjack - Shipwright
Unlocks 4 • 2 Gold1 Builder
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
Chain: Hayer - Bed Builder
Carpenter4 Gold
Image ☒ Brewer
Chain: Founders - Brewer
Cooper • Unlocks 2 • 1 Food1 Builder

Basic Villagers
  Image Miner  3  
  Image Hayer  2  
  Image Lumberjack    4  

Spoiler: Developments
*Must have 2+ villagers in the chain to count. Chains with two branches only count as one chain, not two. Food earned will not count with regards to the Markets and the Marketplace.
^The Reserve is also available to be picked. The villager taken is not public knowledge. If it causes the Markets to happen, they will happen.

Technology
Image Windmill
The most chains*
2 coins •
1 Food
Standings
Lovickhem
  10  
Riverton
  8  
Mystic
  6  
Exsecant
  3  
Mercantile
Image Marketplace
The most Food
5 coins
Standings
Exsecant
  3  
Lovickhem
  3  
Riverton
  1  
Mystic
  1  
Community
Image Church
The most villagers in Village
3 coins • 1 face-down villager^
Standings
Lovickhem
  28  
Riverton
  21  
Mystic
  19  
Exsecant
  18  

Sirius9121
Spoiler: Village
Exsecant
Coins supply108 coins
Draft limit2 + 3 = 5
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers in handImage Image Image Image
Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
2 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Fisher
3 Gold1 Food
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
Image ☒ Cooper
Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Solitary
Image Harvester
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Solitary
Image Hunter
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Image ☒ Glass Blower
Unlocks 2 • 4 Gold
one slot
available
Leather Chain
Image Tanner
Image Saddler
5 Gold
Image ☒ Cobbler
6 Gold
Solitary
Image Scribe
1 Silver per villager in hand
Solitary
Image ☒ Grocer
3 Silver per Food
Solitary
Image Wattler
1 Builder
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols
Solitary
Image Scribe
1 Silver per villager in hand

Mist7676
Spoiler: Village
This symbol ▼ indicates which villagers can go after it to extend the chain.

Mystic
Coins supply110 coins
Draft limit2 + 1 = 3
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers in hand
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image Swineherd
2 Gold1 Food
one slot
available
▼ Truffler
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Mason
2 Gold1 Builder
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image ☒ Cooper
Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Image Image Log Rafter
1 Silver per Wood symbol
Grapes Chain
Image Apprentice
Image ☒ Vintner
Cooper
one slot
available
Image ☒ Wine Trader
14 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Hayer
Image Ore Muler
3 Silver per 2 Ore symbols
Image ☒ Peddler
3 Silver per 2 Gold text
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Mason
2 Gold1 Builder
one slot
available
Solitary
Image Plower
2 Silver per Grains symbol
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Start of Wood chains, holds 2
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Start of Ore chains, holds 2

Farren
Spoiler: Village
This symbol ▼ indicates which villagers can go after it to extend the chain.

Riverton
Coins supply97 coins
Draft limit2 + 1 = 3
Build limit2 + 2 = 4
Villagers in hand
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image ☒ Poulterer
3 Gold1 Food
one slot
available
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Horse Trader
3 Silver per 2 Hay symbols
one slot
available
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Image Log Rafter
1 Silver per Wood symbol
one slot
available
Solitary
Image Wattler
1 Builder
Wool Chain
Image Shepherd
Image Spinnerone slot
available
Image ☒ Weaver
12 Gold
▼ Tailor
Grapes Chain
Image Graper
Image ☒ Vintner
Cooper
one slot
available
Image ☒ Wine Trader
14 Gold
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Seekerone slot
available
Image ☒ Spelunker
Chandler
Image ☒ Jeweler
20 Gold
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Ore Muler
3 Silver per 2 Ore symbols
one slot
available

Felissan
Spoiler: Village
This symbol ▼ indicates which villagers can go after it to extend the chain.

Lovickhem
Coins supply180 coins
Draft limit2 + 3 = 5
Build limit2 + 3 = 5
Villagers in handImage
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image Swineherd
2 Gold1 Food
Image ☒ Poulterer
3 Gold1 Food
▼ Truffler
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Shipwright
Unlocks 4 • 2 Gold1 Builder
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image SeekerImage Blacksmith 10¢
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image ☒ Spelunker
Chandler
Image ☒ Jeweler
20 Gold
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Grazierone slot
available
Image ☒ Milk Maid
Cooper
Image Fromager
15 Gold1 Food
Solitary
Image ☒ Freemason
3 Silver per Builder
Leather Chain
Image Tanner
Image ☒ Cobbler
6 Gold
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Horse Trader
3 Silver per 2 Hay symbols
one slot
available
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image ☒ Locksmith
2 Silver per ☒ symbol
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
4 Gold
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image ☒ Peddler
3 Silver per 2 Gold text
one slot
available

Game 3: Vanilla
Spoiler: Players Stats and Unlockers
RankPlayerVillageStart1st M.2nd M.Total
1stFelissanPoopy Fart Ville
8
5
8
6 + 8
38 + 45 +  22
124
2ndtrisSplatoon Tetris
8
5
4
11 + 0
48 + 32 + 2
102
3rdMist7676Mystic
8
5
6
14 + 4
12 + 45 +  16
98
4thSirius9121Hell! or Hell?
8
4
−10
5 + 0
41 + 32 + 0
80

Which Unlocker can you find in…
Mystic
Mist7676
Poopy Fart Ville
Felissan
Hell! or Hell?
Sirius9121
Splatoon Tetris
tris
Blacksmith
Blacksmith
Cooper
Shipwright
Brewer
Carpenter
Carpenter
Chandler
Harvester




Cartwright
Cartwright



Spoiler: Events
: Set-up roll
: Draft Phase 1
: Build Phase 1
: Draft Phase 2
: Build Phase 2
: First Market
: Draft Phase 3
: Build Phase 3
: Draft Phase 4
: Build Phase 4
: Draft Phase 5
: Build Phase 5
: Second Market

Spoiler: The Road's End State
Face-down villagers
Image
The
Second
Market

is activated
Image
Image
All stacks
out of play

Image
Image
Grains
16 in Reserve

Face-up villagers
Image Swineherd
Chain: Founders - Swineherd - Truffler
2 Gold1 Food
Image Wattler
No chain
1 Builder
Image ☒ Weaver
Chain: Shepherd - Spinner - Weaver - Tailor
Carpenter12 Gold
Image ☒ Poulterer
Chain: Founders - Poulterer
Carpenter3 Gold1 Food
Image Thatcher
Chain: Hayer - Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image ☒ Fisher
No chain
Shipwright3 Gold1 Food
Basic Villagers
  Image Miner  5  
  Image Hayer  7  
  Image Lumberjack    4  

Mist7676
Spoiler: Village
▼ indicates which villagers can go there to complete the chain.

Mystic
Coins supply98 coins
Draft limit2 + 2 = 4
Build limit2 + 1 = 3
Villagers in handImage Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Shipwright
Unlocks 4 • 2 Gold1 Builder
Image ☒ Cooper
Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Beekeeper
4 Gold
Leather Chain
Image Tanner
Image ☒ Cobbler
6 Gold
one slot
available
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image ApprenticeImage ☒ Peddler
3 Silver per 2 Gold text
Image ☒ Milk Maid
Cooper
Image Fromager
15 Gold1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Seekerone slot
available
Image ☒ Spelunker
10 Gold
▼ Jeweler

Felissan
Spoiler: Village
Poopy Fart Ville
Coins supply124 coins
Draft limit2 + 4 > 5
Build limit2 + 3 = 5
Villagers in handImage Image Image Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image ☒ Brewer
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food1 Builder
one slot
available
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
Image Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
Solitary
Image Scribe
1 Silver per villager in hand
Solitary
Image Harvester
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Solitary
Image ☒ Fisher
3 Gold1 Food
Solitary
Image Image Chandler
Unlocks 4 • 3 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Beekeeper
4 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Grocer
3 Silver per Food
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Grazierone slot
available
Image ☒ Milk Maid
Cooper
Image Fromager
15 Gold1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Seekerone slot
available
Image ☒ Spelunker
Chandler
Image ☒ Jeweler
20 Gold
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols
Solitary
Image ☒ Freemason
3 Silver per Builder

Sirius9121
Spoiler: Village
Hell! or Hell?
Coins supply80 coins
Draft limit2 + 2 = 4
Build limit2 + 1 = 3
Villagers in handImage Image Image
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Image ApprenticeImage ☒ Poulterer
3 Gold1 Food
Image ☒ Truffler
8 Gold1 Food
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image Mason
2 Gold1 Builder
Image ☒ Locksmith
2 Silver per ☒ symbol
Solitary
Image ☒ Grocer
3 Silver per Food
Solitary
Image ☒ Priest
3 Silver per 2 Solitary symbols
Grapes Chain
Image Graper
Image ☒ Vintner
Cooper
one slot
available
Image ☒ Wine Trader
14 Gold
Solitary
Image Agent
Silver = coins on one of your villagers
Ore Chain
Image Miner
Image ☒ Locksmith
2 Silver per ☒ symbol
one slot
available
Leather Chain
Image Tanner
Image Saddler
5 Gold
one slot
available

tris
Spoiler: Village
▼ indicates which villagers can go there to complete the chain.

Splatoon Tetris
Coins supply102 coins
Draft limit2 + 1 = 3
Build limit2 + 1 = 3
Villagers in hand
Grains Chain
Image Founders
Start of Grains chains, holds 2
1 Food
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image WheelerImage Image Log Rafter
1 Silver per Wood symbol
Image Cartwright
Unlocks 2 • 9 Gold
Hay Chain
Image Hayer
Image Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Horse Trader
3 Silver per 2 Hay symbols
Solitary
Image ☒ Freemason
3 Silver per Builder
Wool Chain
Image Shepherd
Image Spinnerone slot
available
Image ☒ Weaver
12 Gold
▼ Tailor
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Image Log Rafter
1 Silver per Wood symbol
Image Wood Carver
Silver = Gold from your Wood villagers
Solitary
Image Scribe
1 Silver per villager in hand
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Image Monkone slot
available
Image Cartwright
Unlocks 2 • 9 Gold
Wood Chain
Image Lumberjack
Start of Wood Chains, holds 2
Last edited by vincentw on Mon Mar 08, 2021 12:14 am, edited 3 times in total.

Farren
Mafia Scum
 
User avatar
Joined: September 24, 2018
Location: Washington State, USA.
Pronoun: He

Post Post #4  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 12:08 am

/confirming pre-in.

Village name: Riverton, please. :)
Splendor - Game 7 is in progress.
Blue Moon City - coming soon to a Mish Mash near you ...

Sirius9121
Mafia Scum
 
User avatar
Joined: May 31, 2020
Location: Minecraft (Timezone: GMT+8)
Pronoun: He

Post Post #5  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 1:52 am

In

Village name: Exsecant
If you ask Rick Astley for his copy of the movie 'Up', he can not give it to you as he will never give you up.
However, by refusing to do so, he lets you down.
Thus creating the Astley Paradox.
*glares at Sirius*Well played my friend, well played. - Aristophanes

Felissan
Goon
 
User avatar
Joined: April 03, 2015
Location: France
Pronoun: She

Post Post #6  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:19 am

/in

Village name: Montleduc
"Dammit Felissan, making someone lose the game is NOT NICE" - DeathRowKitty 2016
"Also, the me in your signature just made the me in this thread lose the game and I'm not sure how to feel about this." - DeathRowKitty 2018
I still believe in you, Miss Zirconium! 2021 will be the year! <3

vincentw
Watcher
 
User avatar
Joined: January 01, 2019
Pronoun: He

Post Post #7  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:33 am

Welcome, Farren, Sirius, and Felissan! The game will start soon.

We have 2 pre-ins left to confirm: Mizzytastic and Nancy Drew 39. Sign-ins are still open for the replacement / Game 2 queue; I'll open 3 slots. Mizzy and Nancy will have until the timer is out to reconfirm their ins before I start pulling from the queue.

Mizzytastic
Mafia Scum
 
User avatar
Joined: April 26, 2016
Location: Stonehenge
Pronoun: They

Post Post #8  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 6:31 am

/confirm

Now to actually learn how to play
Get to know a Mizzy
Mafia - Currently playing: Nothing - Currently running: Large Normal 231
Mish Mash - Currently Playing: Munchkin Quest - Currently running: Cosmic Encounter (restarting soon™)
Just kinda living there, duuude: Quick, before the mods come

Nancy Drew 39
Survivor
 
User avatar
Joined: January 14, 2018
Location: in my head
Pronoun: She

Post Post #9  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:18 pm

/confirm
Thing with Nancy is we just need to tread carefully because if you slip up around her as scum she notices and will tear your spine out and slap you to death with it.

(I'm slightly scared of Nancy)
~ the worst

Nancy Drew 39
Survivor
 
User avatar
Joined: January 14, 2018
Location: in my head
Pronoun: She

Post Post #10  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:19 pm

In post 9, Nancy Drew 39 wrote:/confirm



Wisteria
Thing with Nancy is we just need to tread carefully because if you slip up around her as scum she notices and will tear your spine out and slap you to death with it.

(I'm slightly scared of Nancy)
~ the worst

Mizzytastic
Mafia Scum
 
User avatar
Joined: April 26, 2016
Location: Stonehenge
Pronoun: They

Post Post #11  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:27 pm

Aberriw for village name. Yellow if you need a colour
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Post Post #12  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 8:01 pm

And that is all 5! Thanks Mizzy and Nancy for confirming.
I'm going to roll the order of play. From left to right, I'll roll a d500 for Farren, Sirius, Felissan, Mizzy, and Nancy.

Original Roll String: 5d500
5 500-Sided Dice: (341, 45, 56, 346, 212) = 1000

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Post Post #13  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 8:12 pm

nice

a sum of 1000
If you ask Rick Astley for his copy of the movie 'Up', he can not give it to you as he will never give you up.
However, by refusing to do so, he lets you down.
Thus creating the Astley Paradox.
*glares at Sirius*Well played my friend, well played. - Aristophanes

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Post Post #14  (ISO)  » Sun Nov 08, 2020 8:40 pm

What a round sum indeed! And here are our players for Game 1!

OrderPlayerVillage NameCoinsDraftBuildHand
1stMizzytasticAberriw822Image Image Image Image Image
2ndFarrenRiverton822Image Image Image Image Image
3rdNancy Drew 39Wisteria822Image Image Image Image Image
4thFelissanMontleduc822Image Image Image Image Image
5thSirius9121Exsecant822Image Image Image Image Image


Draft Phase 1
Each player will take one villager at a time until their Draft Limit. Everyone starts with 2 but can accumulate more later on. Here is the Road.

Face-down villagers (13 in Reserve)
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Solitary
10 in stack A
Image
Hay
10 in stack B
1st Market
Image
Grains
10 in stack C
Image
Hay
10 in stack D
Image
Grains
10 in stack E
Image
Ore
10 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image ☒ Poulterer
Chain: Founders - Poulterer
Carpenter3 Gold1 Food
Image Blacksmith
Chain: Miner - Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Carpenter
Chain: Lumberjack - Carpenter
Unlocks 8 • 1 Builder
Image ☒ Cooper
Chain: Lumberjack - Cooper
Blacksmith • Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Image Thatcher
Chain: Hayer - Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Harvester
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food

The village of Aberriw will have the honour of picking the first villager from the Road.
Mizzytastic, it's your turn. You can pick a face up or a face down villager, the latter of which will be revealed after you select it. You have (expired on 2020-11-10 08:40:00) to pick a villager.

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Post Post #15  (ISO)  » Mon Nov 09, 2020 8:03 am

I'll take the carpenter please
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Post Post #16  (ISO)  » Mon Nov 09, 2020 8:22 am

Mizzytastic took a Carpenter.
Let's see what replaces it on the Road.

Face-down villagers (13 in Reserve)
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Hay
9 in stack A
Image
Hay
10 in stack B
1st Market
Image
Grains
10 in stack C
Image
Hay
10 in stack D
Image
Grains
10 in stack E
Image
Ore
10 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image ☒ Poulterer
Chain: Founders - Poulterer
Carpenter3 Gold1 Food
Image Blacksmith
Chain: Miner - Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Hunter
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Image ☒ Cooper
Chain: Lumberjack - Cooper
Blacksmith • Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Image Thatcher
Chain: Hayer - Thatcher
2 Gold1 Builder
Image Harvester
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food

The village of Riverton follows.
Farren, it's your turn. You can pick a face up or a face down villager, the latter of which will be revealed after you select it. You have (expired on 2020-11-10 20:22:00) to pick a villager.

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Post Post #17  (ISO)  » Mon Nov 09, 2020 12:21 pm

I'll take the Thatcher.
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Blue Moon City - coming soon to a Mish Mash near you ...

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Post Post #18  (ISO)  » Mon Nov 09, 2020 12:37 pm

Farren took a Thatcher.
And replacing Thatcher on the Road is…

Face-down villagers (13 in Reserve)
Image
Wool
8 in stack A
Image
Hay
10 in stack B
1st Market
Image
Grains
10 in stack C
Image
Hay
10 in stack D
Image
Grains
10 in stack E
Image
Ore
10 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image ☒ Poulterer
Chain: Founders - Poulterer
Carpenter3 Gold1 Food
Image Blacksmith
Chain: Miner - Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Hunter
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Image ☒ Cooper
Chain: Lumberjack - Cooper
Blacksmith • Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
Chain: Hayer - Bed Builder
Carpenter4 Gold
Image Harvester
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food

Next up, the village of Wisteria.
Nancy Drew 39, it's your turn. You can pick a face up or a face down villager, the latter of which will be revealed after you select it. You have (expired on 2020-11-11 00:37:00) to pick a villager.

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Post Post #19  (ISO)  » Tue Nov 10, 2020 6:53 am

I’ll pick Ore.
Thing with Nancy is we just need to tread carefully because if you slip up around her as scum she notices and will tear your spine out and slap you to death with it.

(I'm slightly scared of Nancy)
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Post Post #20  (ISO)  » Tue Nov 10, 2020 7:17 am

Nancy Drew 39 took an Ore villager from Stack F.
Who is the villager she's drafted?

Image Mason
Chain: Miner - Mason
2 Gold1 Food

The village of Wisteria welcomes its new Mason.
Here's how the Road looks like:

Face-down villagers (13 in Reserve)
Image
Wool
8 in stack A
Image
Hay
10 in stack B
1st Market
Image
Grains
10 in stack C
Image
Hay
10 in stack D
Image
Grains
10 in stack E
Image
Special
9 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image ☒ Poulterer
Chain: Founders - Poulterer
Carpenter3 Gold1 Food
Image Blacksmith
Chain: Miner - Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Hunter
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Image ☒ Cooper
Chain: Lumberjack - Cooper
Blacksmith • Unlocks 6 • 4 Gold
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
Chain: Hayer - Bed Builder
Carpenter4 Gold
Image Harvester
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food

The fourth in line, the village of Montleduc.

Felissan, it's your turn. You can pick a face up or a face down villager, the latter of which will be revealed after you select it. You have (expired on 2020-11-11 19:17:00) to pick a villager.

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Post Post #21  (ISO)  » Tue Nov 10, 2020 7:23 am

I'll take the Cooper.
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Post Post #22  (ISO)  » Tue Nov 10, 2020 7:39 am

Felissan took a Cooper.
Another villager enters the premises…

Face-down villagers (13 in Reserve)
Image
Grapes
7 in stack A
Image
Hay
10 in stack B
1st Market
Image
Grains
10 in stack C
Image
Hay
10 in stack D
Image
Grains
10 in stack E
Image
Special
9 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image ☒ Poulterer
Chain: Founders - Poulterer
Carpenter3 Gold1 Food
Image Blacksmith
Chain: Miner - Blacksmith
Unlocks 10 • 2 Gold
Image Hunter
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Image ☒ Weaver
Chain: Shepherd - Spinner - Weaver - Tailor
Carpenter12 Gold
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
Chain: Hayer - Bed Builder
Carpenter4 Gold
Image Harvester
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food

Last on the first cycle, the village of Exsecant.

Sirius9121, it's your turn. You can pick a face up or a face down villager, the latter of which will be revealed after you select it. You have (expired on 2020-11-11 19:39:00) to pick a villager.

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Post Post #23  (ISO)  » Tue Nov 10, 2020 7:52 am

Blacksmith
If you ask Rick Astley for his copy of the movie 'Up', he can not give it to you as he will never give you up.
However, by refusing to do so, he lets you down.
Thus creating the Astley Paradox.
*glares at Sirius*Well played my friend, well played. - Aristophanes

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Post Post #24  (ISO)  » Tue Nov 10, 2020 8:09 am

Sirius9121 took a Blacksmith.
Who's making their way to the Road?

Face-down villagers (13 in Reserve)
Image
Ore
6 in stack A
Image
Hay
10 in stack B
1st Market
Image
Grains
10 in stack C
Image
Hay
10 in stack D
Image
Grains
10 in stack E
Image
Special
9 in stack F
2nd Market

Face-up villagers
Image ☒ Poulterer
Chain: Founders - Poulterer
Carpenter3 Gold1 Food
Image ☒ Wine Trader
Chain: Graper - Vintner - Wine Trader
Glass Blower14 Gold
Image Hunter
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food
Image ☒ Weaver
Chain: Shepherd - Spinner - Weaver - Tailor
Carpenter12 Gold
Image Image ☒ Bed Builder
Chain: Hayer - Bed Builder
Carpenter4 Gold
Image Harvester
No chain
Unlocks 2 • 1 Food

Every Village has drafted its first villager. Now might be a good time to look at your PM'd hand and figure out what villager to draft next.

It's now time for the second cycle. One more villager for each player. First, as before, is the village of Aberriw.

Mizzytastic, it's your turn. You can pick a face up or a face down villager, the latter of which will be revealed after you select it. You have (expired on 2020-11-11 20:09:00) to pick a villager.

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