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Board Game: Queen's Necklace
Board Game
Name
Queen's Necklace
Version Nickname
English second edition
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Version Artist
Year Published
2015
Product Code
CMNQN001
Dimensions
9.80 x 9.80 x 2.20 inches
Weight
 
Languages
English
Release Date
Sep 2015
Release Comment
 
Release Status
Released
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Differences between CMON and DOW editions

Gem cards:
DoW: 59
CMON: 62

Differences:
Amber: DoW 17, CMON 20
Diamonds/Emeralds/Rubies
DoW: 7 1-gem cards, 5 2-gem, 2 3-gem
CMON: 8 1-gem, 4 2-gem, 2 3-gem

"Accessory" cards (term exists only in CMON):
DoW has 7 ring cards.
CMON has 5 ring cards, 1 earring (new - counts as 2 rings), and 1 pearl (new - increases rarity of gem with which it is played)

Character cards (including merchants):
DoW: 36
CMON: 39

Differences:

Assassin:
- New with CMON (1 card)
- Allows player to ask another player to discard a named character

Chamberlain:
- New with CMON (2 cards)
- Can move cost markers around

Confessor:
- DoW has 4
- CMON has 2

Courtier:
- DoW has 3
- CMON calls these "male" courtiers and has 2

Forger:
- DoW has 3
- CMON has 2

Favorite:
- DoW has 3
- CMON has 2

Thief: both have 4

Astrologer: both have 3

Courtier female:
- New with CMON, which has 2
- Male courtier gives 3 ducats in 1 turn; female gives 1 ducat every turn.

Fortune teller:
- New with CMON, which has 1
- Allows a "push your luck" draw from deck

Lady-in-Waiting:
- New with CMON, which has 1
- Allows you to claim cards that would be discarded from market

Alchemist: both have 1

Cardinal:
- DoW has 2
- CMON has 1

Intriguer:
- New with CMON, which has 1
- Allows player to claim a character card later drawn from deck.

Magpie:
- New with CMON, which has 1
- Allows player to discard cards from market.
- Although a character card, it is not considered a character card for some rules.

Musketeer: both have 4

Queen: both have 1

Both versions have same number of cards for merchant, king, queen's necklace, and banker.