In Tudor, you are a Lord in the court of King Henry VIII. Here you will be positioning your Courtiers among the influential Lords who grant you actions that allow you to maneuver your family members to high title offices and gain their respective Rings of prestige and power.
  • English
  • From 12 years old
  • 1 to 2h
  • 2 to 4 player(s)

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Players take turns placing their Courtiers into the three Audience Chambers, each with unique actions. Then each player will place their one Lord in a Chamber of their choice. Only Courtiers in an Audience Chamber with any player's Lord present will be able to use that Chamber’s actions. But be careful, since there are only a limited number of seats available in each Chamber and competing families can push you out of a Chamber!

Then all player Courtiers, in Chambers with a Lord, take turns performing ONE of the two Actions in their Chambers. The powerful Lords may also take both actions in the Chamber they occupy. Chamber Actions allow you to gain Court Cards and to move your Courtiers in the Throne Room onto spaces with square Court Tokens that represent various faction interests and demands at the court. You collect these Court Tokens, which are one way to gain Prestige at court.

When you reach the top space of a Court Office in the Royal Court, you will gain that title - represented by a Ring. A player's Rings are placed and displayed on their individual Player Hand Screens. Positioning your Rings on different fingers project your interests, intent, and inclinations to the other players, because different positions enhance specific Actions that your Courtiers take in the Audience Chambers!

You must always be vigilant, because another players can seize your Court Office, kicking your Office Holder out in disgrace and then taking one of YOUR Rings!

The player with the most prestige at game end wins!

In each game of Tudor, you will choose to play one of many scenario cards, each with their own special rules that can alter the game in dramatic ways. In addition, choose two different scoring cards to vary gameplay, creating a strategic experience with exceptional replayability.
Theme(s) Renaissance
Language(s) English
Mechanism(s) PlacementWorkers
Author(s) Jan Kirschner
Artist Dennis Lohausen
Note globale 4.3
Editor Academy Games

This game is recommended by 1 of our Bloggers

The Bloggers have given a rate of 4/5 on this product
  • This game was played and recommanded by Vin d'Jeu, here its opinion:


    Tudor est un jeu plaisant. Sous ses airs de gros jeu velu se cache un jeu relativement simple qui consiste principalement à monter sur différentes échelles. Pour ça, il vous faudra bien planifier vos actions en prenant de temps en temps un peu de risque mesuré, le tout baigné de choix tactiques intéressant. On pourra lui reprocher une absence de stratégie et de fun à cause d’un nombre très restreint d’actions différentes et d’un jeu relativement fort abstrait malgré ces mains très étonnantes (pas toujours très stables, bonjour alors la chute des bagues ). Tudor est néanmoins bien épuré sans trop de fioriture le rendant intéressant et attractif pour les amateurs du genre.

    On ne s’endort pas dans une partie de Tudor

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The Customers have given a rate of 4/5 on this product
  • on 03/17/19 Verified purchase

    Je n'ai que quatre parties à mon actif mais il s'agit d'un jeu de placement de travailleurs accessible, d'une durée correcte et dont la rejouabilité est bonne (plusieurs scénarios qui modifie la manière de marquer des points). Un petit bémol, je trouve que le thème de la cour d'Henry VIII n'est pas assez exploité et le jeu n'est pas assez immersif. Les joueurs auraient pu être les principales familles d'Angleterre (Mowbray, Percy, Stafford ...) et les factions à influencer les familles mineures. Ce n'est pas le jeu de l'année il est la règle est assez simple, il a de la profondeur et il est plaisant à 2, 3 et 4 joueurs.

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