A long time ago in Europe, ages were pretty dark. The distribution of wealth back then left a lot to be desired. Greedy people banded together to take things from other people so that the rich could get richer and the poor could have even less. Twas ever thus. Step into the middle of the normal state of human affairs as a Baron or Baroness somewhere almost in Europe a long time ago. Thanks to your birth you have a lot of little people working to make you richer, and you, in turn, are doing your best to make your king even more prosperous. If you do things right, you might someday be king.
Each player starts with a Fiefdom Management card, divided into 64 squares (49 of which can have tiles played on them. Into four of these squares you deploy your Keep, in which you will put your fortification of some sort, and your soldiers. Elsewhere in your land you deploy assorted resource gatherers and buildings in an effort to grow, prosper, and score victory points. Along the way there may be wars, invasions, tournaments, taxes, and a lot of other nonsense.
I fixed the baronial actions stating what actions can be used once or twice. I also added a few small updates that was overlooked in the first post.
This should be complete. My group play tested it and it was helpful.
When play-testing with Tom, he had a foam board tray you could place all of the tiles on and then pass it around the table when buying your tiles. I find that much easier to work with than putting them on the board.
You will need 2 pieces of foam board or tag board, and some glue or double sided tape.
Print out the resource board.
Cut out both rectangles. The left one is the top of the resource board, the right image is for the bottom of the board, and is entirely unnecessary but it looks nice.
After cutting out the top graphic rectangle, carefully cut out the interior parchment colored rectangle (inner area) from the outer area.
Mount the outer "U" shaped area to your foam board and cut the board to match. Then tape or glue that down to a rectangular board. Finally...