The Samurai Sword board game is designed for three to seven people, with the number of participants has an effect on the amount of cards that each player has available. First, the role cards are dealt face down. Only the shogun reveals his true identity, the rest of the player acts in secret. The Samurai and Shogun or all Ninjas each form a team during the Ronin by biting a lone wolf. Each character also brings with it a special ability. After all the necessary play and character cards, honor and resistance points are distributed, starts the first round. Once you've got the chance, you draw after two maps. Then, you are free, so many play off of it as you want - as long as their not using two weapons in a train. In addition, the cards include ownership and action cards.
Each category allows you either to attack another participant or strengthen. Whether it thus contributes to the victory of your team or not, depends on, among other things, by chance, after all, you can not be sure you know if you've just hurt an enemy or an ally. To stop your train, throw off their excess cards until you only have a maximum of seven pieces on hand.
Secures your team in the Samurai Sword board game "victory of the Sword Master"!
Who has the matching cards, has a chance to other players wangle resistance points. The use of weapons the strength of the attack depends inter alia on how far the attacker sits away from his goal. There are so-called harmless players between them, which weakens the effect of the weapon. As harmless you geltet, you should, for example, have no more resistance points. The player who brought you removed the last point, thereby also managed to get one of your honor points. The resistance points you fill only then again, if you've got the chance again. So it can happen that lose their resistance points in one round all but one player. As a result, it achieves the "victory of the Sword Master", unless you have the last one member on your team defeated. Otherwise, the game ends. Once one or more participants in the Samurai Sword board game has no honor points, the game is also over. Now you make yourselves to the evaluation, with your glory points multiplied by a bonus factor, which in turn depends on the number of players. The team with the highest total score wins.