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  • Description
    This game has a reputation: a bad one, but not from a playability stand point. This pure negotiation game pits the players as Renaissance era families that are engaging in rampant nepotism. Players are seeking positions in the other families' businesses, and to further that pursuit players offer bribes. However, once accepting a bribe, the 'bought' player is under absolutely no obligation to honor the highest briber or any other verbal deal. In a word, this game is vicious.The new Amigo Spiele edition came out in 2005.The main difference between the FX Schmid and the Amigo Spiele versions are that the the FX Schmid version uses five houses/buildings per player, with values of 1,2,3,5, and 10, but the Amigo Spiele version uses four buildings/houses per player, with values of 1,3,6, and 10. Accordingly, the FX Schmid version has five professions - knight, merchant, lawyer, writer, and clergy - but the Amigo Spiele version retains only clergy and writer, and adds chemist and doctor.Online Play BrettspielWelt (real-time) - BoardGameGeek
  • Details
    Ages: 12 and up
    BGID: 265
    Category: Negotiation
    Designer: Stefan Dorra
    Players: 3 to 5
    PrimaryName: Intrigue
    Product Title: Intrigue
    Time: 60 minutes
    Year: 1994