Carcassonne: the Princess & the Dragon
In this expansion for the prize-winning Carcassonne, we move into the realm of fantasy. The land around Carcassonne is being visited by a dragon, making life very difficult for the followers. Brave heroes venture forth to face the danger, but without the aid of the fairies, their chances are not good.
In the city, the princess seeks help from the knights, and farmers build secret passages to move about undetected by the dragon.
We hope you enjoy this special trip into the land of Carcassonne!
Tom Vasel (4 out of 5)
(I'm assuming that those reading this review already know how to play basic Carcassonne)
I have to admit that I'm a sucker for expansions to Carcassonne - the basic system is great, and each succeeding expansion has added to the game. While each expansion certainly isn't necessary to enjoy the game (in fact, I'd recommend new players to get Carcassonne: the City first), they add enough options to make the game interesting. Even with all of the current expansions added to the game, Carcassonne's complexity isn't that high.
But you're here to read about Carcassonne: the Princess and the Dragon (Rio Grande Games, 2005 - Klaus-Jurgen Wrede). It adds a level of confrontation hitherto unkn
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