English Rules - Portal Games

English Rules - Portal Games
GOAL OF THE GAME
Your goal is to build a new State in this post-apocalyptic world. Whether you command merciless Mutants or brave New Yorkers, your
aim is always simple and clear – conquer new lands, incorporate new regions, and destroy everyone who is of no value. How will you
achieve this? It’s pretty simple.
Many cards in the game will let you gain Victory Points. Use them as often as you can because when any player reaches 25 Victory Points,
they will trigger the End Game Sequence. You finish the round, and then gain 1 Victory Point for each card you have in your State, and
you add it to your score.
And now the most important thing - the highest score wins the game. Pretty novel, huh?
COMPONENTS OVERVIEW
1 VICTORY POINT BOARD
88 51
ST
4 VICTORY POINT MARKERS
1 FIRST PLAYER TOKEN
200 CARDS (63X88)
STATE BASE CARDS
FRONT
BACK
12 CONNECTION CARDS
50 NEW ERA CARDS
FRONT
BACK
4 FACTION BOARDS
50 WINTER CARDS
FRONT
BACK
FRONT
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BACK
COMPONENTS OVERVIEW
GOODS MARKERS & TOKENS
MIN.
30 BRICK PIECES
MIN.
30 GUN PIECES
MIN.
30 FUEL PIECES
MIN.
30 IRON PIECES
MIN.
38 WORKER PIECES
13 BULLET TOKENS
10 SHIELD TOKENS
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DEVELOPMENT TOKENS
20 RED CONTACT TOKENS
20 BLUE CONTACT TOKENS
30 GREY CONTACT TOKENS
7 UNIVERSAL CONTACT TOKENS
4 MULTIPLIER TOKENS
THIS RULEBOOK
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CARDS OVERVIEW
ANATOMY OF A CARD
This is the DISTANCE
to the Location. It tells
you how far you have
to move your ass to
interact with the card.
SPOILS. You gain this stuff
when you Raze the Location.
Try to guess what this is.
The TYPE(S) of the
Location. These
are important
when Developing
the Location into
something new and
hopefully better.
Ability of the card.
CATEGORY
(Production, Feature,
or Action)
DEAL. You gain this
stuff by making a Deal
with the Location.
You can easily see if
this card belongs to the
base 51st State base set
or an expansion. We’re
helpful.
We love you.
GOODS ICONS
FUEL,
IRON,
GUN,
These are called Resources.
BRICK
AMMO is universally valuable and may be used
in place of any of the four basic Resources. When
paying for Actions, you may spend Ammo
instead of a Resource, but not the other way
around.
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,
WORKER.
DEFENSE token.
CARD.
VICTORY POINT.
,
CONTACT tokens.
UNIVERSAL CONTACT token. When needing a
Contact token, you can use an Universal one as
any of the three basic Contact tokens.
DEVELOPMENT token.
OTHER ICONS
LOCATION.
,
,
,
etc. LOCATION Type icons.
MANAGING YOUR LOCATIONS
MANAGING YOUR LOCATIONS
As you can see from the picture here, you are going to be Building a lot of
Locations! To make it easier for you to manage - and no, I am not telling you that
you don’t look smart or something - we divided them into three Categories:
Production, Feature, and Action. Keep your Locations in different rows according
to their Category and you will be just fine. Put Production Locations in the top
row, Features in the middle, and Actions in the bottom. Easy peasy.
Ah, one more thing!
For the dim-witted Mutant, when you make a Deal, flip the card upside down
when placing the card under your Faction board so you can read the word Deal.
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RULES OF PLAY
BASIC GAME CONCEPTS
RULES OF PLAY
INTERACT WITH LOCATION CARDS IN 3 DIFFERENT WAYS
FLOW OF A ROUND
Each card in the game represents a Location from the world of Neuroshima. Your
goal is to Build a new State by controlling a bigger and better region. You want to
control it all! You do this by interacting with Locations.
1. Draft
2. Production
You can Build a Location. Put the card in front of you and use the
3. Action
Ability in every round of the game. The more Locations you Build, the
more Abilities you gain and your power will grow. Sounds good, right?
4. Cleanup
You can Raze a Location. Discard the card from your hand and
get the Goods shown in the Spoils field. The Location is burnt to the
ground, and you took their stuff. Pity, huh?
You can make a Deal with a Location. Put the card under your Faction
board so that only the blue Deal field shows. This Location is not part of your
State and does not provide you with an Ability. Instead, The card provides you
with the Good shown on the Deal field of the card. I don’t want to complain, but
that’s exactly what happens when you try to be a nice scout and you don’t Raze
people. You should Raze them. Raze them all!
USE CONTACT TOKENS TO INTERACT
If you want to Build, Raze, or make a Deal with a Location you will need Contact
tokens. They represent your means of interacting with the Locations. There are
Blue tokens that represent your merchants and are used for making Deals. The
Grey tokens represent your Building skills and are used to Build Locations. There
are also Red Contact tokens - all your gangers, mutants, and mercenaries that you
use to Raze Locations.
All kinds of cool tokens. Remember, Red is for Raaaaazing them all!
BURN THEM TO THE GROUND!
In the game, you will also be able to Raze the other player’s Locations. It’s 51st
State bro, either you burn them, or they burn you. There is no middle ground.
Each Location has a Defense value. All Production Locations have a Defense
value of 3, all Feature Locations have a Defense value of 4, and all Action
Locations have a Defense value of 5. If you have a number of Red Contact tokens
equal to the Defense value of another player’s Location that pisses you off, you
can spend them to Raze this Location. We will talk about this again later, I’m just
giving you a heads up, because it looks like you kinda like this whole Razing
concept. Am I right?
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Each round is divided into 4 Phases so people don’t get lost (no offense).
1. LOOKOUT PHASE
• Reveal the top card of each Connection pile. Place it on top of the pile, or
beside it, whatever works best for you.
• Draw a number of cards from the Deck equal to the number of players,
plus 1 (e.g. 4 cards in a 3-player game) and place them face-up in the center
of the playing area. Starting with the first player and proceeding clockwise,
each player selects one card from those revealed and adds it to their hand.
After everyone has chosen a card, discard the remaining card face-up to the
discard pile.
• Again, draw a number of cards from the Deck equal to the number of
players, plus 1 and place them face-up in the center of the playing area.
This time, starting with the last player and proceeding counter-clockwise,
everyone again chooses one card and adds it to their hand. Once again,
discard the remaining card.
NOTE: There is no limit to the number of cards you may have in your hand.
2. PRODUCTION PHASE
Now it’s time to get some free stuff! I guess I’ve got your attention, huh? You now
get Goods from three different sources.
Faction board – your board shows your Faction’s basic Production. Mutants
do Guns, Merchants do Fuel. It’s really pretty simple, it’s not rocket science.
Deals – each Deal you signed in a previous round now provides you with the
Good depicted on the Deal. This is additional income, take it!
Production Locations – each Production Location produces Goods. Have an
Oil Station? You’ll get Fuel. Simple as that.
If you like order, perform the Production Phase starting with the First player and
continuing clockwise. If you value your time, do it simultaneously. It’s really easy,
check your Faction board, check your Deals, check your Production Locations,
gather your Goods and you are done!
RULES OF PLAY
The Goods are collected in the following way:
Cards are drawn from the Deck and added to your hand.
3. ACTION PHASE
Victory Points are marked by adjusting your score marker on the Victory
Starting with the First Player, and continuing clockwise, each player performs one
Action at a time. You can perform any of the following Actions.
Point track.
Available Actions:
All other Goods are taken from the general supply and placed in your
own supply.
• Build a Location
• Make a Deal
• Raze a Location
• Use an Action from a card
• Use an Action from your Faction board
• Use another player’s Open Production Location
• Take or play a Connection card
• Pass
Once you pass in the Action Phase, you may not perform any other Actions in the
current round.
Also, their Locations are immune from other players attempting to Raze them, or
otherwise interact with them. For example, no one can Raze your Location or use
your Open Production Locations with you when you pass.
There is no other limit to the number, type, or order of Actions that you can take
during the entire Action Phase, as long as you take them one at a time and have
any required Goods.
The Action Phase continues until all players have passed.
BUILD A LOCATION
There are two ways you can place a Location into your State.
tokens
CONSTRUCT: Choose a card from your hand and discard a number of
equal to its Distance value. Put the card in front of you. Then, smile and say
something nice to your opponents.
New Location cards are placed next to your Faction board according to their Category:
FOR EXAMPLE: Angelina is playing the Mutant’s Union. She also has one
SCHOOL, one PUB and two Deals in play. From her Faction, she gains
3 , 1 , 1 and 1 . From her Deals, she gains 1
and 1 .
From her Locations, she gets 1 and 1 . So in total Angelina takes
2 , 4 , 2 , 1 and 1 .
• Production Locations are built in the top row,
• Feature Locations are built in the middle row,
• Action Locations are built in the bottom row.
DEVELOP: Choose one card from your hand and one Location you already have
in your State that shares a Type with it. Spend 1 Brick* and then remove this
Location from your State and place it on the discard pile. Then, put the card from
your hand in front of you in the appropriate row. As a reward you get 1 Victory
Point. Voilà! You did it, you are awesome. You developed your old Location into
something new and magnificent.
* Instead of 1 Brick you can discard 1 Development token . If you do this, the cards don’t
need to share a common Type. Development tokens are cool.
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RULES OF PLAY
NOTE 1: Most cards have 2 Types. You only need to match 1 Type to Develop a
Location.
NOTE 2: The new card does not have to be the same Category as the one you are
replacing and may therefore be placed into a different row.
NOTE 3: Ruins (see next page - Raze Location) are treated as if they have any Type.
You Build over them with whatever Type you want.
FOR EXAMPLE: Scarlett has Ruins (a Razed Location) in her State (we will explain
soon how this can happen, honestly). She wants to Build a SCHOOL and she
decides to Develop the Ruins. She pays 1 , discards the Ruins, and places the
SCHOOL in the top row of her State. Because she is Developing, she gets 1 .
Contact tokens are not needed. She immediately takes 2 from the supply: 1 as
a Building Bonus and 1 from the SCHOOL Production.
I am tired. We are done with Building.
REMEMBER: Each time you Develop a Location, you gain 1 Victory Point!
MAKE A DEAL
You can make a Deal with a Location from your hand by discarding
tokens
equal to its Distance. Put the card under your Faction board so that only the blue
Deal field is visible and immediately take the depicted Goods. You made a Deal,
you get the Goods. I hope you are happy.
Spend 1
.
EXAMPLE OF DEVELOPING: The RUINED LIBRARY and the MURDERERS’ PUB
share a matching Type. Therefore, you can spend 1 to Develop the
Location.
Production Locations immediately produce when built. You Build it, you get the
stuff. Take the appropriate Goods from the supply. Simple.
Some Locations have a Building Bonus. This provides you with the Goods
depicted when the Location is built. This is a one-time bonus only. You Build,
you get it, and it’s done. Like a first kiss. You can’t have it every freaking Tuesday,
right?
NOTE 1: If a Production Location also has a Building Bonus, you gain both benefits
when you Build it.
NOTE 2: If a card gives you a bonus for Building a certain type or Category of
Location, it counts itself. 8
FOR EXAMPLE: if Charlize wants to make a Deal with the SCHOOL, she must
discard 1 . She places the card under her Faction board so only the blue
area with the is visible. She immediately takes 1 from the supply.
RULES OF PLAY
RAZE LOCATION
You can Raze Locations from your hand or you can Raze your opponent’s
Locations. No pressure, but if I were you, I’d focus on razing your opponent’s...
Either way, you get the Goods shown in the Spoils field.
tokens equal
RAZING FROM YOUR HAND - discard the card and a number of
to the Distance on the card. Take the Goods shown in Spoils field.
tokens equal to the
RAZING YOUR OPPONENT’S LOCATIONS - discard
Defense value of the Location you want to Raze (based on its Category). Take the
Goods shown in the Spoils field. As compensation, the opponent whose card you
Razed takes the Good depicted in the Deal field. Then, he turns the Location facedown, it is now considered to be Ruins. Good job! You ruined their place. Now
you can laugh at them.
NOTE 1: Once a player has passed, their Locations may not be Razed by the other
players for the rest of that round.
NOTE 2: Any tokens on the Location that was Razed (from activations) are returned
to the general supply. If there were tokens stored on the card, the owner gets to keep
them. It’s not fair, huh? Why wouldn’t you get them?! Who wrote these damn rules?!
tokens increase the Defense of a Location by 1. Don’t forget this
NOTE 3:
when you go Raze your opponents. You’ll have to spend 1 extra token to Raze a
on the Location.
Location with a Shield on it. There can only be 1
Defense value
of Production Locations
USE AN ACTION FROM A LOCATION
OR YOUR FACTION BOARD
Some Locations provide you with the ability to perform an Action. They give you
Victory Points or Contact tokens or other weird stuff the designer came up with. To
use these Action, you must spend the Goods indicated and place them on the card.
That way you won’t forget you already used the Location this round. Smart, huh?
Note: You can only use an Action on a card once per round unless the text says
otherwise. If it can be used more than once, you can choose to activate it all at once
or on different turns. If any decisions are involved in the Action you can choose
differently each time, even if you did them all at once.
Your Faction board also provides some Actions. This is stuff you can do even if
you don’t have any Locations. As with Actions on cards - you can only do this stuff
once per round unless the text says otherwise.
to take one Resource of your
FOR EXAMPLE: The Faction Action. Discard 2
choice or 1 , can be taken any number of times as noted on the Faction
board. Thus, a player can discard 4
to take 1 and 1 .
SEND A WORKER TO ANOTHER PLAYER’S
OPEN PRODUCTION LOCATION
Your Workers can be sent to your opponent’s Locations to work as long as
that Location has the Open Production keyword. Place your Worker on their
card and take the Production Goods indicated. Then, your opponent gets
1 from the general supply.
Wait, what? Yes, we know that you could just give them your Worker but we didn’t write
this rule just to confuse you; there is a good reason for it. Listen, you place the Worker
on their card because each Open Production Location can only be used once each
round. This way, you don’t forget if it was already used. Now it makes sense, huh?
FOR EXAMPLE: Megan has the Location GENERATORS. Eva wants to use it. She
on the Generators. She takes 2
from the supply.
places one of her
Megan also takes 1 from the supply.
NOTE 1: You cannot send a Worker to use your own Open Production Locations.
FOR EXAMPLE: Salma has one SCHOOL in her State and Penelope wants to Raze
it. The SCHOOL is a Production Location, and therefore has a Defense of 3. The
token on it. To Raze it, Penelope discards 4
tokens and
SCHOOL also has a
takes 2 from the supply. Salma takes 1
from supply, and turns the SCHOOL
face down. It is now a Ruins.
NOTE 2: Once a player has passed, their Open Production Locations cannot be used
for the rest of that round.
NOTE 3: An Open Production card is a Production card therefore it produces Goods
during the Production Phase for its owner.
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RULES OF PLAY
TAKE OR PLAY A CONNECTION CARD
You can discard 2 to take one of the face-up Connection cards. If there aren’t
any face-up, you can’t do this. And no taking from the discard pile either. Man,
why would you even try?
4. CLEANUP PHASE
During this Phase, if your Locations have any storage abilities you can use them
to save the Goods described on the card. All other Goods are discarded back
into the supply. This includes resources, workers, contact tokens, and shields,
everything. The only thing you can keep between rounds apart from Goods in
storage are the cards in your hand.
Discard all face-up Connection cards that were not taken in the round and place
them on the Connection discard pile. You missed your chance bub.
Pass the first player token to the left and start a new round.
Connection cards provide Goods when played. It takes an Action to play
a Connection card – you just play the card from your hand, place it on the
Connection discard pile and take the appropriate Goods. Simple as that.
NOTE: If there is a cost to use this card you must discard the Goods when using
it, not when taking it. OTHER OPTIONS
on one of your Locations.
At any point during your turn, you can place 1
first. Placing a
does not count as your Action
Obviously, you have to have a
and once placed, it cannot be moved.
on a Location increases the Defense of the Location by 1. If you forgot why
A
this is important already, you can go back to the Raze a Location section and
start over. You obviously have a memory problem. Also remember that Locations
at any time.
may only have maximum of 1
PASSING
If you can’t or don’t want to take any Actions on your turn, you pass. After you
pass, you may not take any other Actions for the round.
Once you pass, you are safe from the other players, they cannot interact with your
Locations in any way. This includes Razing Locations, using Open Productions,
targeting Locations with Actions etc. You are holed up in your little base like a
bunch of chickens.
Yes, I am serious. You can’t be Razed. You are out for the round. Your opponents
must find themselves another target and stop whining.
Once everyone has passed, the Action Phase is over, and you proceed to the
Cleanup Phase.
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FOR EXAMPLE: Megan, after using her Actions, still has 3 ,1 and 1 on her
Faction board. Luckily she has the HIBERNATORS built in her State so there is no
. She discards the
and the . She also removes all the
need to discard her
Goods from the Action Locations she used and the opponent’s Workers from her
Open Production cards.
END OF GAME
END OF GAME
The game end is triggered when any player reaches 25 Victory Points. When this
happens, finish the current Action Phase but skip Cleanup. If a player reaches 25
points during the Production Phase, proceed to the Action Phase as normal. After
the Action Phase is completed, skip the Cleanup Phase and calculate the final
score of each player.
Score 1
for each Location in your State and add the total to your score.
count the Locations of the Location’s owner.
GOAL
To have more victory points than the virtual player at the end of the game. The
Virtual Player collects points by Razing your Locations, and Building his own
Locations.
The game end is triggered when either you or the Virtual Player reaches 25
The player with the highest score is the winner. Of course.
In the case of a tie, the player with the most total Goods is the winner. If the tie
persists, the player among those ties with the most Locations wins. If there is still
a tie, all tied players share the victory. Now kiss. Isn’t that just adorable?
CLARIFICATIONS AND REMINDERS
Golden rule: If a specific rule on a card or Faction board is in conflict with the
rulebook, always follow the specific rule and ignore the rulebook. For example,
most Actions can be used once per round but the SHIPWRECK states that it can
be used twice. The Action on the SHIPWRECK overrules the rulebook and is
considered correct. You may use it twice.
•
When a Feature or Production Location provides Goods for Building specific
Types of Locations, include that card as well, even if it was just built.
•
Resources are not intended to be limited. Enough pieces have been provided
for most games. However, should you run out, use any suitable substitute or
note them down on paper.
•
The number of cards, resources, tokens etc. in a player’s possession is open
information available to all other players.
•
If you need to draw a card from the Deck and there none remaining, shuffle
the discard pile to create a new Deck.
•
Open Production Locations can be used once per round. Keep the
opponent’s Workers on your Locations until the end of the round to track
this.
•
You can only Raze Locations from your hand or Locations built in opponent’s
States. You cannot Raze Locations built in your own State.
•
There is no limit to the number of Locations you may Build or Deals you may
have.
•
You may have multiple Locations with the same name in your State.
•
There is no hand limit.
•
When stealing an opponent’s Production (e.g. SUPPLIERS), if that Location
provides Goods according to the number of Locations of a certain type,
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SOLO GAMES RULES
SOLO GAME RULES
points. Complete the Action Phase of that round, then add the number of
Locations in each player’s State to their total score.
SETUP
Set up the game normally except that the Virtual Player does not need a Faction
board. Put both point markers on the Victory Point track on the space marked “0”.
Take the first player token for yourself. You deserve it.
The game is played according to the following rules:
LOOKOUT PHASE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Reveal the top card of each of the the Connection piles.
Draw the top four cards from the Deck, place them face up on the table.
Choose one of the four cards and add it to your hand.
Shuffle the remaining three and draw a card at random, placing it face up in
front of the Virtual Player.
5. From the remaining two cards, choose one and add it to your hand.
6. Put the last remaining card face up in front of the Virtual Player.
7. Draw one more card from the Deck and place it in front of the Virtual Player.
PRODUCTION PHASE
The Virtual Player doesn’t receive Goods during Production. You do, though…
ACTION PHASE
You always play first during the Action Phase. You have the first player marker, right?
When you Raze a Virtual Player’s Location, it is discarded. They don’t keep the
card as a Ruins.
• On the Virtual Player’s turn, they will claim a Connection card if there is one
. Discard the card. If
available. It costs them nothing and scores them 2
there is more than one Connection card for the Virtual Player to choose from,
choose one at random and return the other card back face up onto its pile.
• Once there are no Connection cards left to take in that round, the Virtual
Player will proceed to attack you. Are you ready? This is going to hurt.
• The virtual player will stop attacking as soon as they successfully raze one of
your Locations. Also the virtual player will try to attack a maximum of three
times each round even if none of the attacks was successful. After that the
virtual player will pass on the next turn. Isn’t that sweet??
• Also, once you pass, you cannot be attacked anymore, and the Virtual Player
passes on his next Action.
• To execute the Virtual Player’s attack, reveal one card from the Deck and
place it nearby to form an attack pile. Each attack by the Virtual Player in the
round adds another card to this pile, and once it contains 3 cards, the Virtual
Player will pass on their next Action. At that point, discard the cards in the
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attack pile to the discard pile.
• To carry out the attack on you, compare the Location Types on the revealed
attack card with those in your State. If you do not have any matching
Location Types, the attack is unsuccessful. You live to see another day.
• However, if you have a Location that matches at least one Location Type with
the attack card, your Location is Razed. Give the Virtual Player two points
and you receive the Goods shown in the blue Deal field as normal. Flip your
Location face down to become a Ruins... just like normal.
• What if you have more than one card that matches the Location Type? It’s
simple: The Location with the most matching Types is Razed.
What if there is still a tie? We give you tie breakers! Check them in this order:
1. The card with the greater Distance
2. Unused Actions
3. Used Actions
4. Features
5. Productions
6. Seriously? It’s still tied? Okay, fine… check the Goods gained by Razing the Location.
, and . The card
The priority is: , , , , , , , , , , ,
with the most Goods of the highest order is destroyed first. Keep checking
this list until you break the tie.
7. Okay, if you make it here, take a picture and share it with us because we don’t
believe you. If two Locations give exactly the same Goods when Razed, you
can decide which is destroyed… or pick randomly. Chances are they are the
same Location anyway… we really don’t care which one you lose.
• If a card with a
is about to be Razed, discard the
instead. You got lucky.
The attack is still considered successful and the virtual player will pass on the
next turn.
• Discard the card drawn for the attack.
• You can interact normally with the Virtual Player before they pass with the
following differences:
to an Open Production Location, the Virtual Player
• When you send a
gains 1
instead of a .
• When the Virtual Player Razes your Locations, they don’t receive Goods.
They got points, remember?
SOLO GAMES RULES
EXAMPLE OF A VIRTUAL ATTACK
Monica plays a solo game against a virtual player. This is how a round would look.
She keeps one of them of her choice and then chooses randomly one of the
remaining three cards and places it in the virtual player’s playing area. She then
chooses one more card for herself and gives the last one to the Virtual Player.
Finally, she draws one more card and places it in front of the Virtual Player.
Monica executes her production phase normally but the Virtual Player does not
receive any goods.
Monica: As her first action Monica sends 2 and claims one connection card.
Virtual Player: Claims the last connection card.
Monica: Builds a production location and gets the goods that it provides.
Virtual Player: It’s time for the virtual player to attack! Monica draws one card
from the deck and places it nearby. She checks the types of the locations but
none of them matches any of her locations. She was lucky.
Monica: Activates one action from her faction board.
Virtual Player attacks again. This time Monica draws one more card from the
deck and places it over the previous one. She is not that lucky this time and one
of her locations is razed. She flips it to make it Ruins. The Virtual Player scores two
points.
Monica: She sends one worker to one open production location of the virtual
but scores 1
instead.
player. The virtual player does not take a
Virtual Player: The virtual player had one successful attack so it’s time to pass.
Monica: Monica can now takes any number of consecutive actions. But she can’t
interact with the virtual player any more.
Monica executes the Cleanup phase normally but keeps the first player token
because she is awesome.
ACHIEVEMENT TABLE
30>
MUTANT
30+
SURVIVOR
40+
HUMAN
50+
TRADER
60+
SOLDIER
70+
CYBORG
80+
GRAND MASTER
CLEANUP PHASE
Execute the Cleanup Phase as normal but you keep the first player token. It’s your
special little power.
GAME END
The game ends when either you or the Virtual Player reaches 25 Victory Points
on the victory point track. When that happens, complete the Action Phase
to your score for each Location in your State. Do the
normally and then add 1
same for the Virtual Player. Duh.
If you have the same or fewer points you lose. Try again mate. Go ahead, I’ll wait.
If you have more points than the Virtual Player you win! Be honest, you cheated
didn’t you?
If you win, you can compare your score to the following table to see the level of
your awesomeness.
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CARDS IN DETAIL
BODY HUNTERS
FOUNDATION
Action cards from which you
removed Goods and Workers
may be used again this
round.
This card has no Type.
You can Develop it with
a card of any Type and you
can Develop any card into
Foundation.
SUPPLIERS
When you Build this card
its Production can not be
activated because other
player’s Production cards
don’t produce anything at
that moment. You activate
only the Building Bonus.
HIDDEN FORGE
This card is treated as having
a token on it.
GAME DESIGN: Ignacy Trzewiczek
SINGLE PLAYER RULES: based on Imperial Settlers single player rules
RADIOACTIVE COLONY
ARTWORK: Piotr Foksowicz, Grzegorz Bobrowski, Agnieszka Osipa, Mariusz Gandzel, Michał Oracz, Ербол Булентаев Eksrey, Mateusz Bielski,
Daniel Grzeszkiewicz, Tomasz Jędruszek, Tomasz Górnicki
This card has no Type.
You can Develop it with
a card of any Type and
you can Develop any
card into Radioactive
Colony.
GRAPHIC DESIGN: Maciej Mutwil
BOX DESIGN: Rafał Szyma, Maciej Mutwil
GAME MANUAL: Yiannis Strigkos, Chevee Dodd, Ignacy Trzewiczek
GAME MANUAL EDITS AND HELP: Grzegorz, Matt, Merry, Marek, Chevee, Roman, Paul, Tony, Matt, Gunter, Kirdy, Anthony
Dead Customer, our games are assembled with great care. However, if your copy lacks anyting we apologize for it. Please, let us know:
[email protected]
© 2016 PORTAL GAMES Sp. Z O.O.
ul. Św. Urbana 15, 44-100 Gliwice, Poland
portalgames.pl, [email protected]
51st State Master Set & Portal Games Sp. Z O.O. (publisher). All rights reserved, Reproduction of any part of this work by any means without the
written permission of the publisher is expressly forbidden.
THANKS: Asia, Yiannis, Cierń, Merry and Senior.
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