7 Wonders: Leaders adds 42 new cards to the base game of 7 Wonders, comprising four new guilds, one new wonder card, and 36 (+1 blank) white "Leader" cards. At the start of the game, each player takes a hand of four leaders and may play one at the start of each of the three Ages. Unlike the standard cards, leaders cost money (not resources). The expansion comes with a new Wonder - the ancient city of Rome - and contains 6-gold tokens made of cardboard for more efficient money-management.
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A simple & straightforward Leaders reference sheet that fits into one A4 page. Has folding guides to make it a tri-fold (to slip into the rulebook/board inserts).
Contains leaders' names, cost and their abilities. Black & white, no icons. Just text with some formatting to improve legibility. The idea is to make it very cheap and portable so every player can have one. Has leaders found in both Leaders and Cities Expansions.
Note: A4-size. Please make sure that you are printing actual size (no scaling) to get perfect folds.
Summary of all leaders with their symbol and a short explanation in german (including all Leaders from Expansions and goodies).
Based on dimitroffs Leaders-Cities Summary Chart.
Let me know if I need to make any corrections.
Here's a leader we have been using. Depending on the situation, in some games he has been extremely valuable, in others almost useless. The forger allows you to build duplicate buildings. The first copy costs one coin in addition to the normal cost of the building, the 2nd copy costs 2 coins, the third (we've never been able to do this) three coins and so on. Some people think he should cost 4, or even 5 coins. Feel free to test him and let me know what you think. -Matt