Stonemaier Games | Libertalia: Winds of Galecrest | Board Game | Ages 14+ | 1-6 Players | 45-60 Minutes Playing Time

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Stonemaier Games | Libertalia: Winds of Galecrest | Board Game | Ages 14+ | 1-6 Players | 45-60 Minutes Playing Time

Stonemaier Games | Libertalia: Winds of Galecrest | Board Game | Ages 14+ | 1-6 Players | 45-60 Minutes Playing Time

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Once the board is decided, a random selection of tokens is added to days of the voyages, as dictated by player count. It becomes much more difficult to keep track of what characters everyone has played as the player count increases, but it increases the potential to try and leverage multiple players to your advantage. I had been pretty deep into the hobby for a few years at that point and would still frequently browse the internet for good deals to fill out my collection. No, your real opponent is the eponymous Automa who much like yourself will amass a crew, collect doubloons, and generally mess with the best-laid plans of mice and men.

Something to be aware of about the Automa in Libertalia, is that it’ll normally play it’s highest ranking cards (which makes sense), I thought I could get away with using my lower ranking cards to win when the Automa had already used a lot of their higher ranking cards but it was a no. Hutter and Morten Monrad Pedersen have managed to design a solo mode that oftentimes can match the core multiplayer experience is commendable and I tip my hat to both authors. And so the decisions go on, like a galleon spinning in an endless whirlpool, until you’ve tried to out-think all the double-think and come to a conclusion.I understand there is a debate over the artwork, but even if you prefer the style from the original game, I don’t view it as a dealbreaker given how good this version still looks. Ten years later, Libertalia: Winds of Galecrest celebrates the foundations of the original design with a revised and expanded edition that includes all-new art, 40 characters per player, a reputation system to resolve tiebreakers, deluxe loot tokens, a robust solo mode, and much more.

Norway isn’t a member of the EU while Denmark is, so maybe the setup that Spiral Galaxy created for the EU after Brexit doesn’t cover Norway. As I mentioned, I’m not a huge fan of pirates as a theme or rather the Pirates of the Caribbean depiction of these seafaring raiders. If the character has a dusk power, it is activated and you take the character back to your ship, along with one of the loot tokens available for the day. Like with the regular game of Libertalia, there are lots of ways to strategise how you’re going to get the best loot and if getting the best loot is even worth it.

And yet you will laugh and sheer simply because this is a game that thrives on a no small degree of wild and swingy turns which is perfectly fine considering you are all in the same boat. The colored reputation disks are randomly placed on the reputation track and players take the doubloons listed below their reputation marker. Me, I’m just excited to play a game I had only ever heard good things about, but because it was out of print, I couldn’t get hold of! There are not only more characters, but also more ways to play with the treasures and the Reputation Track is easily the best part of the revised ruleset for me. Libertalia’s imperfections are small enough that I have no problem admitting that I’m being nit-picky when I point them out.

Similar to other recent designs like Red Rising and Tapestry, the solo mode in Libertalia: Winds of Galecrest has you squaring off against not one but two automated rivals. With 40 character cards, any combination is going to have a variety of possibilities that are also affected by which loot tokens are present. There are a few tweaks to the gameplay too, including the traditional Stonemaier solo mode, but also a two-player mode that feels more like a three-player game. If you like hand-management games, we think you will enjoy sneakily managing your crew in Libertalia: Winds of Galecrest!

I personally prefer the original’s photorealistic character art by Ben Carre and Stephane Gantiez, but Lamaro Smith’s fantasy artwork here is also exceptional. I never played the original, but heard great things about it, and I am excited to play this fine-tuned version! It’s a simple elegant system that not only solves potential hiccups but serves as a solid way to reinforce the game’s strategic potential.

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