War and chaos are engulfing the lands of Westeros. The great Houses are vying for control of the Iron Throne using the old tools of intrigue and war. Yet while the war for Westeros rages, grave dangers gather in the cold North, and an ancient enemy is gaining momentum in the distant East.
In A Game of Thrones: The Board Game, players take control of one of the great Houses of Westeros. Via resource management, diplomacy, and cunning, they seek to win dominance over the land. Players must give orders to armies, control important characters, gather resources for the coming winter, and survive the onslaught of their enemies. A unique phase mechanic, battle resolution, and special ordering system make for an engaging game in which all players are actively involved at all times.
1 Game Board
75 cardboard Order counters (15 per house)
100 cardboard Power tokens (20 per house)
15 cardboard Influence tokens (3 per house)
5 cardboard Supply tokens (1 per house)
35 House cards (7 per house)
5 House start cards (1 per house)
30 Westeros Cards
Standard European Board Game Sleeves (2 5/16" x 3 9/16" (59x92 MM))
5 colored sets in White, Red, Yellow, Green and Black of:
10 Wooden Footmen units
4 Wooden Knight units
6 Wooden Ship units
1 Wildling token & 1 Turn order token
3 neutral tokens (King's Landing, The Eyrie & Sunspear)
Cardboard Valyrian steel blade, Messenger Raven & Iron Throne token
Rules and tokens needed to play with the port rules from the Clash of Kings expansion. If you feel the base game is fine except for the [i]ships-blocking-production-of-enemy-ships[/i] problem this is the perfect solution.
PDF version 1.1
The purpose of this screen is to provide you with a private playing area AND give you access to all of the main rules of the game to allow for less rules checking and greater strategy.
See here for a photo: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/image/1059018/a-game-of-thrones
These screens are based of the existing work done by Rbayu2, thank you for your original files and permission to make a derivative version. Your screens were inspiring and covers beautiful.
Also thank you to Ptper for his beautifully scanned token images. All artwork is belonging to Fantasy Flight Games and no copy right infringement is intended.