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Tour in Europe series (a) elegant ancient city Troyes

2018-11-06
As a good board game for many German players - Troyes, nature is the first stop for a trip to Europe.

Troyes is a city in the middle east of France, located on the banks of the Seine in the eastern part of the Paris basin. The population has a total of 60,000 in the suburbs. Now it is a large knitting industry center, and also develops metallurgy and chemical industry. It is also a railway hub. There are many streets and churches built in the middle of the city. Historically, this medieval town was also the capital of the Champagne region and the territory of the medieval Champagne Earl. Perhaps because of the relationship between the Champagne region, the main city overlooks the shape of a champagne bottle from the map. Troyes has a number of unique hotels, museums and churches. It has 10 widely acclaimed churches with colorful window panes on the walls of the church.

In the old town of Troyes, the distribution of houses with many wooden walls is disorganized. Some streets are so narrow, the houses are very small, and even kittens can jump from one roof to another, the so-called "Cat Alley." It is said that because in the Middle Ages, the stone was a luxury here. Most of the houses are made of wood, called wooden rib walls. As the name implies, wood is used as the bones, bricks are piled between the woods or wooden blocks are formed, and old The ancient architecture of the city is the oldest in France, from the Shakespeare era.

This wooden wall house can also be seen everywhere on the map of the Troyes board game. In fact, the whole layout is depicted in the style of Troyes, and the unique style of painting combined with the interesting composition of the history of Troyes makes The person’s eyes are bright.

The new walls built from scratch in the tenth century are almost all earthen fences. By the middle of the tenth century, Troyes had repaired its walls. Not only for the Vikings, but also in the war in which the bishops of Troyes tried to counter the dominance of the secular count, the walls also left a glory in history. In the 12th century, many cities, including Troyes, still had many vacant lots – along the riverside marshes or an undeveloped meadow. Many cities vary in size from a few hundred acres to half a square mile; the population is also small, from two to three thousand to ten thousand to one thousand two. Some cities, like Troyes, have excavated canals and rivers that have been channeled. Many cities build wooden bridges on stone piers. Buildings on the bridge's access roads are not good for improving traffic conditions, but they still have a great demand because they have easy access to water and sewage treatment.

The city walls and wooden bridges are also reflected in the board game layout. The event card slot below will also be opened by foreign invasion cards. It also echoes the war against the foreigners in the history of Troyes. It is estimated that the event card that can't be taken away will make every player remember especially new. Why can't they take it? You will know when you really get the "Trou".




In the old town of Troyes, the distribution of houses with many wooden walls is disorganized. Some streets are so narrow, the houses are very small, and even kittens can jump from one roof to another, the so-called "Cat Alley." It is said that because in the Middle Ages, the stone was a luxury here. Most of the houses are made of wood, called wooden rib walls. As the name implies, wood is used as the bones, bricks are piled between the woods or wooden blocks are formed, and old The ancient architecture of the city is the oldest in France, from the Shakespeare era.

This wooden wall house can also be seen everywhere on the map of the Troyes board game. In fact, the whole layout is depicted in the style of Troyes, and the unique style of painting combined with the interesting composition of the history of Troyes makes The person’s eyes are bright.

The new walls built from scratch in the tenth century are almost all earthen fences. By the middle of the tenth century, Troyes had repaired its walls. Not only for the Vikings, but also in the war in which the bishops of Troyes tried to counter the dominance of the secular count, the walls also left a glory in history. In the 12th century, many cities, including Troyes, still had many vacant lots – along the riverside marshes or an undeveloped meadow. Many cities vary in size from a few hundred acres to half a square mile; the population is also small, from two to three thousand to ten thousand to one thousand two. Some cities, like Troyes, have excavated canals and rivers that have been channeled. Many cities build wooden bridges on stone piers. Buildings on the bridge's access roads are not good for improving traffic conditions, but they still have a great demand because they have easy access to water and sewage treatment.

The city walls and wooden bridges are also reflected in the board game layout. The event card slot below will also be opened by foreign invasion cards. It also echoes the war against the foreigners in the history of Troyes. It is estimated that the event card that can't be taken away will make every player remember especially new. Why can't they take it? You will know when you really get the "Trou".

The board game "Trouw" is about the 400 years since the beginning of the reconstruction of the cathedral. As a white moonlight in the hearts of many players, its unique management mechanism has been talked about, and the players play the French Champagne region. The family uses influence to hire and lead people from three levels: the palace's army (red-related accessories), the religion--the church area (white), and the peasant-town area (yellow). The game is suitable for 1-4 people, the Chinese version comes with the solo rules, giving a great comfort, of course, the three are the best. The game uses the worker placement and dice management mechanism, combined with the card's combo to score points, comparing the player's lateral thinking.