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==Gameplay==
 
==Gameplay==
* On your turn, you can either play, rest or buy.
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* On your turn, you can either play a card from your hand, rest(pick up all cards you have played), buy a merchant card or claim a point card. Any merchant cards will go straight into your hand after buying.
* If you play a card from your hand, either collect the spices indicated, upgrade the levels indicated or trade accordingly any number of times.
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* The first type of card you can play from your hand are resource cards. These allow you to gain spices shown on the card. The second type is upgrade card, which allows you to upgrade spices twice, whether it be one spice upgraded twice or two upgraded once each. The last type is a trade card, which allows the player to exchange spices for other spices (usually stronger ones). The trade can be done multiple times if the player desires to do so. This card can only be played again if you rest.
* If you rest, take back all the merchant cards played by you.
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* If you rest, take back all the merchant cards played by you. No other action can be taken after this on your turn.
* If you buy a merchant card, put a spice on each card of its left and claim any spices on the bought card.
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* Merchant cards can bought for an increasing price, the further to the right the card is. The first card on the left is free, but any cards further along require more spices. To buy a 'deeper' card, you must place a spice on each of the cards left of the card to buy. If a card you buy has spices on it, you gain them instantly.
* If you buy a point card, pay the spices indicated and take it. You also claim a coin on it, if it has any coins.
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* If you buy a point card, pay the spices indicated and take it. If there are coin(s) on the top left of the card, you will get this coin as well. The leftmost cards will have gold coins which are worth 3 points, and silver coins worth 1 point. If the gold coins are depleted, the silver coins move to the leftmost position.
* You can only have at most 10 spices at the end of your turn, and must discard any excess.
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* You can only have at most 10 spices at the end of your turn, and must discard any excess. You can choose which spices you want to discard from your hand.
  
 
The spice ranks from low to high are:  
 
The spice ranks from low to high are:  

Revision as of 13:29, 19 April 2022

Setup

  • The first player gets 3 turmeric, the second and third player get 4 turmeric, the fourth and fifth get 3 turmeric and a saffron.
  • Draw 5 cards from the point deck. Place gold coins equal to two times the number of players on the leftmost point card and the same number of silver coins on the second point card.
  • Each player gets a 'collect 2 turmeric' and an 'upgrade 2' card as starting hand. Draw 6 cards from the rest of the merchant cards.

Gameplay

  • On your turn, you can either play a card from your hand, rest(pick up all cards you have played), buy a merchant card or claim a point card. Any merchant cards will go straight into your hand after buying.
  • The first type of card you can play from your hand are resource cards. These allow you to gain spices shown on the card. The second type is upgrade card, which allows you to upgrade spices twice, whether it be one spice upgraded twice or two upgraded once each. The last type is a trade card, which allows the player to exchange spices for other spices (usually stronger ones). The trade can be done multiple times if the player desires to do so. This card can only be played again if you rest.
  • If you rest, take back all the merchant cards played by you. No other action can be taken after this on your turn.
  • Merchant cards can bought for an increasing price, the further to the right the card is. The first card on the left is free, but any cards further along require more spices. To buy a 'deeper' card, you must place a spice on each of the cards left of the card to buy. If a card you buy has spices on it, you gain them instantly.
  • If you buy a point card, pay the spices indicated and take it. If there are coin(s) on the top left of the card, you will get this coin as well. The leftmost cards will have gold coins which are worth 3 points, and silver coins worth 1 point. If the gold coins are depleted, the silver coins move to the leftmost position.
  • You can only have at most 10 spices at the end of your turn, and must discard any excess. You can choose which spices you want to discard from your hand.

The spice ranks from low to high are:

Turmeric ➔ Saffron ➔ Cardamom ➔ Cinnamon

End of Game

  • When a player buys their 5th point card (or 6th in a 2 to 3 player game) the game will end at the end of the round.
  • Players score points on their point cards, 3 points for each gold coin, 1 point for each silver coin and 1 point for each spice higher than turmeric (yellow).
  • The player with the most points wins. If there is a tie, the player who takes the last turn wins.

Variants

  • Golem Edition: Players can also play with the golem edition. In that case, the crystal ranks from low to high is yellow, green, blue and pink.