Buccaneer Bones

8,26 €
Sail your fleet of galleons to the Murky Isles, hiding place for some of the greatest pirate treasures ever buried.
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Sail your fleet of galleons to the Murky Isles, hiding place for some of the greatest pirate treasures ever buried. Roll the Buccaneer Bones (landlubbers call them "dice") to send ships out to sea. When you reach the island, you get a special bonus just for being there. But the best part is the treasure! Find the treasure and bring it back to port, then set sail again. The first pirate to bring back three treasures claims the title of "Scourge of the Seven Seas"! Arrrr!!!

Each player in Buccaneer Bones starts with six ships on the six numbered ports of his player mat; each ship is in a sailing lane that consists of a port, a sea space, and an island. On a turn, the player rolls four dice, then rerolls as many as he wants; if he now has a pair, he advances the ship matching the number rolled one space (from port to sea or from sea to island) and if he has a three-of-a-kind, he advances the appropriate ship two spaces (from port to island). When a player has a ship on an island, he receives a bonus.

When a player has a ship on an island, if he has a three-of-a-kind matching that island number, the ship grabs one treasure, then returns to port.

If a player can’t advance a ship, he can place his first mate (1) as a scout on an island to grant himself that power on his next turn, (2) as a thief on a treasure owned by a player with more treasure than him, giving him a chance to steal it next turn if he rolls any three-of-a-kind, or (3) as a defender to remove a thief on one of his treasures.

The game ends the round that a player collects his third treasure. If he’s the only one with three treasures, he wins; if multiple players have three, then the tied player who has more ships farther from his ports wins.

Buccaneer Bones includes a couple of play variants, including rules for a solo game.

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Technische Daten

Mindestanzahl der Spieler
1
Maximale Anzahl von Spielern
4
Alter
8+
Spielzeit
0-15 Minuten
Sprache
English
Sprache
French
Sprache
German
Sprache
Spanish
Sprachabhängig
Kein Text
Autor
Kris Gould
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Solo spiel
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Für 2
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Kleine Gruppen (2-4)
Mechanik
Würfel
Thema
Piraten
Illustration
Mike Raabe
Type
Würfelspiel