Spin Master Games Santorini - Golden Fleece Expansion Pack for Board Game
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- Harness the power of the gods and play on a whole new level with Santorini's golden fleece expansion pack adding numerous gaming possibilities, the expansion pack makes the game of Santorini even more
- The golden fleece can take on the powers of one god. If builders are positioned next to the golden fleece, they absorb the selected god’s powers
- Play with 15 more god cards, 10 new hero cards, new builders and new god power tokens. Add the beautiful ocean board around your existing game board and you can play like a god
- Santorini golden fleece is for 2-4 players aged 8+
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Santorini Golden Fleece Expansion Pack
Harness The Power of the Gods
Behold the Santorini Golden Fleece Expansion Pack! The Golden Fleece statue, 15 God Cards, 10 Hero Cards, and God Power Tokens combine to create endless new ways to play with Santorini (sold separately)—the simple, strategy-based game that even mere mortals can play! Place the ocean board around your existing game board for a stunning new look!
Golden Fleece Variant
In the Golden Fleece variant, players do not have individual God Cards. Instead choose a God Card for the Golden Fleece statue and place the statue on the board. Players share the god power of the Golden Fleece if they are neighboring the statue on their turn. Then move, build, block and maneuver your way to victory!
More Gods, More Mythological Match-Ups
Gaea vs. Hades? Siren vs. Tartarus? With 15 God Cards in the Santorini Golden Fleece Expansion Pack plus the 30 God Cards in the original game, the God vs. God face-offs are more powerful than ever. With so many mighty match-ups, it’s a different game experience every time! How can you best use your god’s special power to your advantage?
More Heroes, More Balanced Gameplay
The Santorini Golden Fleece Expansion Pack includes 10 Hero Cards (Achilles, Medea, Odysseus and more). Hero powers are similar to god powers but can only be used once per game. Hero Cards add an element of surprise and can help equalize the gameplay when the more skilled player chooses a Hero and the other player chooses a God.
Includes Beautiful Ocean Board
The already picturesque game, Santorini, is now more beautiful to look at when you surround your original game board (sold separately) with the breathtaking ocean board included in the Santorini Golden Fleece Expansion Pack. Santorini Island (sold separately) now rises dramatically from the Aegean Sea for a more exciting 3D gameplay experience!
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Lo otro que agrega es una variante en la que solo hay una carta de dios por juego. No se me hace tan interesante, pero lo podría usar cuando esté un poco aburrido del juego normal.
En realidad Santorini es un juego de mesa rápido y sencillo, por lo que no le veo tanta necesidad de una expansión que prácticamente solo agrega más cartas de dios. Espero en un futuro haya alguna expansión que agregue cosas más interesantes, como nuevas mecánicas, posibilidad de agregar más jugadores o que al menos aumenten la complejidad del juego.
Recomiendo este juego para los que usan mucho este juego, ya que rápidamente se podrían aburrir de las cartas que trae el juego base y van a necesitar esta expansión para agregar más variedad. En lo personal no uso mucho este juego ya que soy más fanático de los juegos europeos complejos.
Some of the new gods are a little involved, especially Hecate, who has a miniature version of the game map (and a shield to hide it from opponents) and moves the workers on that map as if it were the game board. BUT Hecate builds on the game board as normal. At any point, if an opponent attempts an action that would be illegal because of the secret workers, their action is cancelled and they lose their whole turn. This introduced a bit of bluffing and deduction into the game, but I felt it was a little too Battleship-esque and resulted in a bit too much chaos and frustration. BUT -- some people I've played with absolutely love Heccate. One person even compared it to Cosmic Encounter, in that it totally changes the game for one player in a fun and zany way, and it's fun if you're up for some chaos. The great thing about Santorini, is there are so many god combinations that if you don't like one style, you can simply not play with it!
The Heroes, which again are one-use only, are good to give to more advanced players so that they have to budget their god power. Achilles can have his worker build both before and after moving, just one time per game. Heracles can have both his workers build any number of domes -- even zero -- at any level, again just once per game. Odysseus can force to an unoccupied corner space any number of the opponent workers that neighbor his workers. I generally don't play with Heroes, but they can work well with a big skill imbalance between players, or add some more decisionmaking as to when you can use a god power when not playing with the Golden Fleece expansion.
The game clearly indicates which gods can be used in the Golden Fleece mode, which is my preferred mode of play. If there's any real downside to this game -- which also applied to the original -- it's that planning out your moves can be tricky and brain-burning. You might want to introduce an hourglass timer to keep things moving and prevent someone from mapping it all out, but I've found in casual games people generally keep things moving quickly. The light-hearted theme and great-looking components help so much with this.
In conclusion: The best god is the Minotaur, who can push other workers out of the way. No debating this one! Poseidon is overpowered -- just too strong there I think. The rest seem great.
If you're a fan of Santorini, this is a no-brainer and a must buy!