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Stonemaier Games Tuscany Essential Edition Board Game

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  • For 1-6 players
  • 60-150 minute playing time
  • Features 3 expansions to viticulture
  • This expansion to Viticulture includes the extended board, special workers, and structure cards

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A must-have expansion for ViticultureI absolutely love Tuscany. It adds a lot more strategy, depth, variety, and replay value to Viticulture. Tuscany gives you an expanded board with 4 seasons instead of 2, special workers, stars and a map of regions you can influence, and special structures. It also makes a 2-player game more enjoyable (more options if an action spot gets blocked). My friends and I have found that Tuscany is pretty easy to learn after playing the base game a few times. Highly recommended! 5The Proper Way To Play ViticultureViticulture without Tuscany just feels lacking at this point. Tuscany deepens the Seasons system by tying four action to each season, it adds special structure cards that can dramatically impact paths to victory, and it adds a bunch of special workers that expand the game's tactics and provide great variability in replays. I would not recommend Viticulture without Tuscany, but Tuscany elevates it easily into my top 5 games. 5Must have expansionJust the extended board makes this a must-have for the base Viticulure. It's much better at 2 players than the base because there are spaces that have bonuses and some actions that have multiple occurrences (e.g. build a structure in spring and fall). But at any player count, it adds a lot of extra options while still being competitive for the spaces you want. The structure cards are interesting as well, but don't end up being built too often. Have yet to even introduce the special workers. 5Expand an already amazing gameTuscany adds many great things to Viticulture. Most importantly, and expanded board that breaks down all action spaces into 4 seasons, instead of the original 2 season. This expansion also adds buildings that can be built with the "Build Structure" action space. As well as special workers that have special abilities when you use them for certain action spaces.The expansion doesn't really add anything that couldn't be understood by new players, but everything that is added are complete game changers. If you enjoy Viticulture, GET THIS EXPANSION. 5Great expansion to Viticulture.I'm kind of a fan of Viticulture but the Tuscany expansion takes this game to a whole other level. It does make the game play longer (don't believe the 45 minutes on the box) - but it adds so much that it is quite worth it. Initially feels VERY slow, but it picks up very quickly after year 3-4. Works well as a two player game - I think much better than straight Viticulture, but also super fun as a 3-4 player game (haven't played it with more than that yet). 5An Improvement on an Already Amazing GameGame designers do not always take player feedback with the careful ear that Jamey Stegmaier has. This is the 3rd edition of Viticulture and its expansion in just a few years, but they have taken a great game with a few bugs and made an A++ game that needs to be in any serious board gamer's collection. Viticulture Essential Edition is a fine game on its own, but adding the Tuscany Essential Edition expansion makes it one of my favorite games of all time. The Tuscany board truly expands the game, giving you more choices in each season, and making turn order matter so much more than it did before. The game is elegant, fun, thinky, and, to quote Inside The Box, "classy as @#$%".In case you somehow don't know, the idea is to run a wine business in Italy. You have some land, some workers, some seed money, and some leads (cards) on how you might want to sell wine and earn victory points. On the surface it looks like your goal is to plant some grape seeds, harvest/squeeze grapes, bottle wine, age it, and sell it. However, that is ONE way to run a wine business. You might want to buy your grapes from other places instead of growing them. You might want to invite guests to come and do wine sampling and run your business on tourism. You might want to bring influential guests to help you compete with others. You might want to sell specific type of wine to a small audience, or you might want to mass produce cheap wine and sell it in a larger market. There are many ways to manage a wine business, and each way MIGHT be the best way for you this time around.This equally viable multiple paths to victory is a Stonemaier Games staple that make their games so much more interesting than other types of victory point race games. Because there are so many ways to accumulate points, you cannot ignore what other players are doing. You may have to change up your play as you go, either because someone is blocking you from doing what you want, or possibly because other players are fighting over limited resources and ignoring the low hanging fruit that you can come in and just take (pun intended).Viticulture EE would be in my top 50 games, but with the Tuscany EE expansion, it is easily in my top 10. What a world we live in where games like this exist. Say what you will about the strides video games have made. Board games just keep getting better and better. Keep it up Stonemaier. 5Must have expansion.If you re a viticulture fan, this is a must have expansion.It adds a new extended board that is broken into 4 seasons. Overall, it adds a few modules to the game that you can use separate or all together. I recommend starting with one and learning it and then adding one and repeat.Once I learned them all I haven t played without them. They add so much depth to your strategy and the game.You have the extended board. Four full seasons and a new reputation mechanic.You now have some star tokens that you place in regions on the reputation map. They earn you immediate rewards when placed and, possibly, victory points at the end of the game.There s special workers. You can recruit this type of worker for 1 Lira more than the regular price and they have special abilities. When you set up the game you select two out of the deck of workers and place the cards next to the board. Those are the special powers for this game. So it adds variability there.Then there s structure . It s a whole deck of special building cards that you can build on your playmat. These buildings are for your use only and they give you something special that nobody else can do and vice versa. 5A fantastic, easy to learn expansionI normally refuse to buy expansions for board games because I figure if a board game isn't good on its own, there's no sense in spending more money on it when there are hundreds of other games I could purchase. I'd heard so many great things about Tuscany, however, I decided to try it out. I have to admit, it turned an enjoyable if somewhat forgettable game into a great game. The components are numerous and of good quality, the rulebook is easy to follow and a snap to get into, especially if you're already familiar with Viticulture gameplay, and it adds several new and interesting decisions to the base game. If you're short on shelf space, with very little finagling everything in the expansion fits into the base game box, which is a nice bonus. I am not going to make a habit of buying the expansions for my board games, but I absolutely do not regret this purchase. 5and the other additions are really great. Unless we are teaching the game to a ...This expansion is a must have for Viticulture, it changes the structure of the game up a bit which I think makes more sense thematically, and the other additions are really great. Unless we are teaching the game to a new to boardgaming person, we always will play with parts or all of this expansion included. 5Makes Viticulture a game worth playingThis expansion makes Viticulture a game worth playing. It adds 2 more seasons so that you are playing an actual full year. It also adds a ton of special workers that you can buy for one extra coin when taking the train a worker action, and they do really cool stuff. This adds a lot of variability to the game strategy-wise. Overall very good, although the mamas and papas are weirdly not balanced properly so we took some out. 5
Stonemaier Games Tuscany Essential Edition Board Game

Stonemaier Games Tuscany Essential Edition Board Game

4.9
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Regular price
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