More playful, more eye-catching, and still just as intense!
new escalation in the neighbors' war, as the two belligerents of the
famous Schotten Totten have decided to step up a gear for a duel that is
both epic... and asymmetrical!
In Schotten Totten 2, the
two opponents are now opposed for the capture of a Castle. The attacker
and the defender must prove their superiority on the wall locations. But
this time, each player has different objectives and his own conditions
Choose your side!
is a real novelty in Schotten Totten 2, and it can change the feeling
of the game. Indeed, the conditions of victory are now different on both
sides of the wall. Only the attacker can claim a tile, the defender has
only the option to prevent him from doing so.
if the defender has three cauldrons of boiling oil to discard an
opponent's card, the attacker has the option of retreating to some tiles
and later returning in force. In short, 2 distinct roles, each with its
own objective and offering very different game sensations!
Tactics and boiling oil
Totten 2 obviously takes up the mechanics of its illustrious
predecessor, i.e. map poses to obtain the majority on specific areas.
Each combination of cards makes it possible to claim superiority on the
wall, but beware: here too, everything changes!
Indeed, each wall
is now specific and the players are therefore imposed constraints on
the posing of cards in order to obtain the majority! A subtlety that
adds a lot of variety to the game and multiplies the possible
This contribution forces the assailant to make more marked choices according to the cards he holds in his hand.
The assailant wins if he manages to damage 4 Walls, or create a breach on a damaged tile.
by its new asymmetrical dimension, Schotten Totten 2 offers a much
denser gameplay that naturally invites you to alternate roles. More
tactical and intense, it invites a new kind of confrontation while
remaining true to its illustrious heritage.
This heritage is reinforced by Djib's brushes, once again at the maneuver with splendid illustrations on this second opus.