In medieval times, famous masons competed to build the most beautiful and impressive cities. As we can see from what they left behind, they were perfectionists, but each had his own ideas about the best ways to design cities. Stately government buildings stand next to noble palaces with massive walls and guard towers surrounding the city to protect it from its enemies.
The board for Masons is a lattice of triangles. Each turn, a player will place a wall along the edge of a triangle to try to enclose in an area of the board. The player rolls three dice: two depicting coloured houses and a third depicting coloured towers. From these dice a house is placed on each side of the wall and a tower is placed on the end of the wall. If an area has been enclosed it is scored. The player has a hand of Guild cards that they use as building 'goals' and are used for scoring.
The game will determine which mason makes the best use of his materials and guild cards. When the final scoring is complete and the players learn who has scored the most points to earn the victory as the greatest mason!
Contents: 1 game board, 30 tower in 3 colours, 60 houses in 5 colours, 15 palaces in 5 colours, 33 walls, 4 scoring markers, 60 guild cards, 3 special dice, 1 rules booklet