This edition features a sumptuously gorgeous graphic design by Italian artist
This edition has everything: board, cards, bits ... even a box.
To ensure you have the complete early American experience, there are
187 cards, including 50 historical statesmen and 67 actual issues of the era, plus action cards, offices, taxes, tariffs and the original states
a full-color 18"x18" board
143 wooden bits
a rules booklet, with many more examples, in full color.
For those familiar with the previous editions,
this one also includes two new scenarios, additional action cards to cause
more mischief and new optional rules.
The Green Edition, also from The Game Crafter, has everything the Game
Crafter edition has with the exception of the
printed rules, player mats and box. We can probably not deliver such
items to you as efficiently as you can for yourself. Which you will
want to do anyway, just to ensure you always have the latest Living
Rules. Indeed you may not even want printed rules at all if you are
able to read them on a mobile device. If this seems strange, think
about it. All "paper" is delivered on-line now: newspapers, magazines,
computer manuals, insurance, banking and tax information, etc. This
isn't a games problem; it's a paper problem. Should games really be
any different? Let's all save a tree.
The Offices & Statesmen Expansion
Ratchet up the fun with this cute little addition to your Founding Fathers base game. New Statesman offer new Election possibilities. New Offices mean more opportunities for Presidents to negotiate and more rewards to bestow. New Actions provide even more ways to vex and surprise the opposition. Plus, now you can play solo games against a virtual opponent or head-to-head in the party vs. party two-player variant. Finally the Historical Factions variant groups like Statesmen together, providing even more real-life flavor.
17 Statesmen cards
4 Office Cards
10 Action Cards
5 revised Issue Cards
10 additional white cubes
2 larger white cubes
4 larger green cubes
Small rules booklet
The Ladies & Orators Expansion
This bite-sized but satisfying expansion kit translates an early date for
suffrage for women into the possibility of ladies participating in the
government. In addition several Statesmen like Daniel Webster now have
a new Orator ability. Others like Andrew Jackson have improved Ability
when they act as General. And as always there are more opportunities
8 Statesman now have oratorical abilities that enhance their ability to gain popularity by making speeches.
3 Statesmen now have extra ability when they serve as General.
3 female politicians who can enter play.
New rules mean that presidential candidates who lose twice must bow out.
A card that if you pass the Sedition Act you can put your fellow politicians on trial.