Hansa teutonica

Nightingale Publishing

$ 91.99 


Author : Andreas Steding

Drawing : Denis Lahausen

Editor: Matagot

Numbers of players : 3 - 5

Duration: 45-90 minutes

Recommended age : 12+

Year of publication: 2020



The multi-award winning Hansa Teutonica is back - in a "Big Box" edition including the base game and all expansions. Deutsche Hanse or, in Latin, Hansa Teutonica, are alternative names for the Hanseatic League, an alliance between the merchant guilds and (later) between the home towns of Lower Germany. The towns which joined the league were called Hanseatic towns. The league emerged in the middle of the 12th century without being explicitly founded and no form of admission applied until the second half of the 200th century, so it is almost impossible to say exactly which cities belonged to the league in the during this period, but nearly XNUMX cities were directly or indirectly involved. Negotiate and build your counter networks! Players try to improve their position as traders in the Hanseatic League by earning prestige points. This can be done in different ways: Establishing a network of trading posts in new Hanseatic cities can be as promising as improving the skills of merchants. Players perform various actions during their turns. Traders can be inserted on the game board or moved, you can even move other players' traders. If they then occupy an entire trade route between two cities, a new trading post can be established. But players can also develop their trading skills instead in particular cities, improving their abilities during the game.