Five Tribes

£36.50

The old sultan has died and now control of Naqala is completely up for grabs! Move your Tribes into position at the right times and the Sultanate may just become yours.

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Description

Five Tribes is a game where 2-4 players aged 13 years or over will take control of moving assassins, builders and elders to claim oases and control djinns.

The rules of the game are very straightforward and extremely easy to learn. Players should devise a winning strategy and take a more calculated approach to be in for the chance of winning. Carefully consider what moves will score you well and leave your opponents at a disadvantage!

Five Tribes, designed by Bruno Cathala, builds on a tradition of German-style games featuring wooden meeples. Each player will have their own player marker and a set of sturdy coloured camels, much like the wooden palaces and palm trees.

Do you have what it takes to fulfil the prophecy?

Five Tribes Gameplay

Five Tribes begins with all the meeples already in their place and players will have to maneuver them through villages, markets, sacred places tiles and more that make up Naqala.

You decide how, when, and where you will place these Five Tribes of Elders, Assassins, Builders, Viziers and Merchants determine either your victory or failure.

Game Components

Find the full list of game components for Five Tribes below:

  • 30 Game Board tiles
  • 4 Player Sets with Camel and Turn Markers
  • 90 Wooden Meeples
  • 12 Wooden Palm Trees
  • 10 Wooden Palaces
  • 22 Djinn Cards
  • 54 Resource Cards
  • 96 Victory Coins
  • Scoring Pad
  • 5 Djinn and Turn Order Summary Sheets
  • Betting Order Track
  • Turn Order Track
  • Rulebook

Additional information

Weight 1.7 kg
Supplier Code

DOW8401

Min Players

2

Max Players

4

Game Length

Medium (30-90 mins)

Complexity

Moderate

Theme

Ancient Civilizations

Pack Size

1

Stock Location

SF

Supplier

Asmodee

Brand

Days of Wonder

EAN

824968784914

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