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Board Game
Name
Hansa Teutonica
Version Nickname
English-only second edition
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Year Published
2010
Product Code
ZMG 7050
Dimensions
12.50 x 8.80 x 2.10 inches
Weight
2.00 pounds
Languages
English
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Deutsche Hanse or, in Latin, Hansa Teutonica, are alternative names for the Hanseatic League, an alliance between merchant guilds and (later) between cities originating from lower Germany. Cities that joined the League were called Hansa cities. The League emerged (rather than being explicitly founded) in the middle of the 12th century. Since there was no formal application to join until the later half of 14th century, it was impossible to tell which cities belonged to the League during this period. It was believed, however, that almost 200 cities were involved in some capacity with the League.

"Players attempt to increase their standing as merchants in the Hanseatic League by gaining prestige points. This may be done in different ways: Establishing a network of Counting Offices in new Hansa cities may be as promising as improving trading skills. Players accomplish various activities during their moves. Traders may be inserted on the gameboard, moved, or even displace traders of other players. If they eventually occupy an entire trade route between two cities, a new Counting Office may be established. But players may also develop their trading skills, instead in particular cities, improving their abilities throughout the course of play. The winner of the game is the player who gains the most Prestige Points.

Contents: 1 two-sided Gameboard, 135 Traders (wooden cubes), 20 Merchants (wooden disks), 16 Bonus Markers, 5 Panels in shape of an escritoire, 1 “completed cities” counter (black cube),
1 Pawn for the two player game, 4 Cardboard Counters with soldiers to divide the gameboard into provinces in the two player game, rules
No. of players: 2-5
Ages: 12+
Playing time: 60 minutes"

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