RYU

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In a galaxy far far away, there is a planetary system composed of a great big sun and nine minor planets, four of which have been developed as mercantile planets more or less under the control of politicians and guilds.
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In a galaxy far far away, there is a planetary system composed of a great big sun and nine minor planets, four of which have been developed as mercantile planets more or less under the control of politicians and guilds. On each of these planets are a merchant guild, a guild of smugglers, a bazaar and the galactic government, and players can take special actions on each of these planets.

In RYU, a game of negotiation, bluffing and cube-drafting, players each represent one of the other five planets in this star system, with each planet having a different type of humanoid – such as sharks, amazons and meka goblins – and its own unique influences. These planets are open to prospecting, and with the proper financing players will be able to dig the resources they need to build their own RYŪ, a mother ship composed of "Rare Metal", "Memory Stone", and "Amber Magic". Players will need to cooperate with one another to raise the necessary resources, but they must also work for themselves in order to maintain an advantage over other players. Once assembled, the RYU comes to life as a living spaceship, and its owner wins the game.

Several centuries ago, a celestial Leviathan cried on Titan, our planet. Its tears flooded our cities and our land. The people of the Dragons did their utmost to save as many of us as they could: Goblins, Shibuke, Reptilians, Sharks, and Amazons. The survivors of this deluge were brought to Dala, the highest mountain range of our celestial body, with its 9 majestic summits. Nine summits that soon became nine islands.

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Nombre minimum de joueurs
2
Nombre maximum de joueurs
5
âge
0+
Langue
English
Langue
French
Dépendante du langage
Pas de texte
Un jeu de
Kim Satô
Combien de joueurs?
Pour 2
Combien de joueurs?
Grands groupes (5-6)
Combien de joueurs?
Petits groupes (2-4)
Mécanisme de jeu
Enchères
Illustré par
Romain Gaschet
Illustré par
Ian Parovel
Illustré par
Bertrand Benoit