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The King's Abbey | Worker Placement Dice Rolling Strategy Game | 1-5 Players

The King's Abbey | Worker Placement Dice Rolling Strategy Game | 1-5 Players

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Number of Players: 1-5 Players
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Time to Play:
90-180 Minutes

King Sivolc has a plan to leave the darkness behind forever!

The King’s Abbey is a strategic dice placement game that transports players to a time when great abbeys were illustrious parts of the Middle Ages. Players lead orders of monks commissioned by King Sivolc to build the greatest abbey to counter the growing darkness that threatens the land.

Roll and place your monks to recruit peasants and train clergy in your own abbey. Build your abbey by gathering wood, grain, stone, and sand. Launch crusades with the crusade cards and earn prestige. Every roll provides flexibility, challenge, and a unique path to success! 

The game also has a scalable length and difficulty. Get a taste of victory with the base game, and go on gruelling crusades when experienced. Also included are the first two expansions, Saints and Relics, to provide new challenges!

Withstand the darkness, and demonstrate to King Sivolc that your abbey has the prestige to be THE KING’S ABBEY!

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Customer Reviews

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Eggs Erroneous
The Dark age of Stone Age

I like this game but hard to get others to try it out. I describe this game to be like Stone age but should be called Dark age (maybe should not use that analogy). Roll dice to use as monks to collect building, protect your Abby and send out on crusades. I backed this game thru the kickstarter project on its second listing, the first time it was listed it was canceled to be reworked (just an assumption). The game plays fairly smooth and you get the feel you are taking part in an adventure or crusade. I recommend playing with more than 2 players, the mechanics of the darkness and crusades works better with more player interaction. The components are good quality, but the building cards have very small print on them and are hard to read. I am surprised The King's Abbey game does not have a higher rating than it does after it hit retail, it is a solid game to play to fight off the growing darkness. If your into fighting off evil with good, then this may be for you.