Quest for the Princess
> fantasy & fun cardgame
> for 3 to 5 noble knights (12+) with strategic and
> they all want to marry the princess - but the princess
has been kidnapped by a dangerous dragon
together they go on a journey to fight the monster,
and each other ...
> playing time 45 -60 minutes
Five of the most noble knights in the country, all want to marry the
princess. There is one problem, though. The princess has been
kidnapped by a
dangerous dragon Fortunately, something good comes
out of this situation too.
This is the ultimate chance for the courageous warriors to make a good
impression on the princess. That is why they
go to battle to save the princess.
Because only one of them can marry
the lady, the knights do everything whithin
their power to make life miserable for one another. This whole spectacle is
watched by a very critical royal family. The knights really work their heads
off to win the sympathy of the family. They will most certainly put in a good
word for them with the princess.
Goal of the game: The players are knights. The player who makes the biggest
impression on the princess, can marry her and wins the game. Players collect
points by fighting other knights (fighting), impressing
family members of the
princess with their spectacular horse riding shows (showing), riding faster
that their opponents (trotting), winning a tournament and ofcourse by saving
What happens: The players travel together. During travelling they can
eachother. This will earn them points. That's why some knights
will not make it
till the end of the game. Pity? Well hey, one
less knight is one less opponent.
The others will go on without him.
The players travel through 4 areas: Plains,
forest, desert and mountains. The first one to cross one of these areas will
receive a bonus.
The princess in impressed! On their way, the knights meet 3 relatives
of the princess.
Some more important than others. Of course their
opinion is important to the
princess. So, the knights do various tricks
on their horses to impress these
royals. Spectacular horse riding,
you could say. There are 2 towns in this medieval country.
organise a medieval tournament in which players can
challenge eachother. The
winner gets a good playing card from the
loser. Some of these cards are crucial
for defeating the dragon on your own... In the end, the knights meet the dragon. The player who's
riding in front gets to go first. Will he manage it on his own or does
The player characters in the game:
Sir Thanks-a-lot. This well mannered knight is also a bit dreamy and
sometimes looses his head a little. However, don't be a punk and mess
with him, unless you feel very lucky
indeed! The relationship of this prince with people who annoy him is generally long distance and short lived.
Sir Chop-a-lot. An early fan of loud music. This prince likes his
good and sharply priced. It's all Euro-chopper. His armour
is always neat and shiny: This prince does his
Sir Robin Rudes prince of Dudes, also known as "the other Robin".
Sir William Wimpy. Sir William works out a lot and makes up for his
combat by having a less speedy brain.
The Dirty Duke of Dastardshire. The duke makes his opponents
surrender with his beautiful
smile. Or is it his bad breath?
Gamedesigner: Thomas Jansen
Rules: Dutch, English, German
Box: 9,5 x 16 x 5 cm.
Price: € 18
Other games by Thomas Jansen: Tavern , UWO
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