A tile-laying game for players aged 10 and up. The southern French city of Carcassonne is famous for its unique Roman and Medieval fortifications. 1 rulebook and 1 player aid. Game overview. On their turn, players place one tile. This is how roads, cities, monasteries and fields will be created, one tile at a. The Rules for The Winter Edition are the same that Carcassonne, but you can find the Winter Complete Annotated Rules at Carcassonne Central Forum, this.

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Each player takes his 8 followers of his color and puts one of them on the scoreboard on number zero. For the small city, red and blue are tied and each score 4 points.

Carcassonne – Rules

Place the starting tile face up in the middle of the table. A player is never allowed to retake one of his followers from a tile, although they are returned when roads, cities or monasteries rrulebook finished.

Then, the player’s turn is over. After the placement to the new tile, the farms of the 3 farmers are connected. Most of the farmer scoring examples shown above work the same, except that reduced points are scored. Each player takes the 8 followers in his colour and places one as his scoring marker in the large space at the lower left of the scoring track.

A monastery or cloister is complete when the tile it is on is completely surrounded by tiles. The player who has a thief on a acrcassonne road scores 1 point per tile used in completed the road.

The player who owns a monk in a completed monastery or cloister gets 9 points.

How to play Carcassonne | UltraBoardGames

Complete a road or city by placing the new tile Deploy a thief or a knight Score the completed road or city Return the thief or knight. One carassonne each player’s followers in the player’s scoring marker 1 scoring track, used to track players’ scores 1 rules booklet. The method for scoring farmers shown above is the original method.


The final scoring then takes place. Farms score points for the cities they supply For each completed city adjacent to a farm, the farmer scores three points. The player who has a thief on a completed road scores one point for each tile in the road count the number of tiles.

Although a follower may not be recalled, followers are returned to players when roads, cities and cloisters and scored. The new tile must be placed with at carcaassonne one edge abutting one previously placed tile.

For each incomplete road and city, ruleook player who has a thief on the road or a knight in rupebook city scores one point for each road or city segment in the incomplete road or city. Each farm scores independently of the others. More than one farmer may be present in a farm.

The skills of the players to develop the area and use their thieves, knights, monks and farmers will determine who is victorious. The players place tiles turn by turn. A road is also complete if it connects to itself in a loop. For each city a farmer supplies, the player who deployed the farmer scores four points, regardless of the size of the city or the farm.

As it was introduced later, it is still referred to here as alternate farmer scoring. Each shield on a city segment earns the player two bonus points.

Banners or shields earn the city player one point each. On a player’s turn, he executes the following actions in the order shown: There is one start tile with a darker back.

A city is complete when the city is completely surrounded by a city wall and there are no gaps in the wall. Blue scores 4 points for the incomplete city. Each follower can be used as a thief, knight, monk or farmer. German editions of the game from October scored farmers differently. Home Games Carcassonne Game Rules. If two or more players tie with the most farmers, each of those tied for most scores the points. In such a case, the player with the most farmers in the farms supplying the city scores the points.


A road is complete when the road segments at both ends connect to a crossing, a city of a cloister. The player moves his scoring marker forward on the scoring track a number of spaces equal to the points earned. A road is complete once both ends of the road are connected to a crossroad, caecassonne city section, a monastery or the road loops onto itself. The southern French city of Carcassonne is famous for its unique Roman and Medieval fortifications.

The player rulebooj the most points after the final scoring is the winner.

Carcassonne Game Rules

It is possible through clever placement of tiles for there to be more than one thief on a road or more than one knight in a city. Scoring completed roads, cities and cloisters. First, all incomplete roads, cities and cloisters are scored.

On these, the players can deploy their followers to earn points. Red scores 3 points for the incomplete road. Several farms can supply a single city.

Red and blue each score the full 10 points for the city as they tie with 1 knight each in the completed city. The new tile cannot only be connected by a corner with a previous tile. The third example scores differently, however.

Farms are bordered carcaassonne roads, cities and the edge of the area where the tiles have been played. Blue scores 4 points and red scores nothing as blue has the most farmers.

If the scoring marker goes beyond 50, put the marker on its side to indicate that you now have more than 50 points. If two or more players tie with the most farmers, each of those tied for most scores four points.