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Store:  Family Games
Series:  Carcassonne
Theme:  Castles & Knights / Medieval
Genre:  Connection
Format:  Expansions

The Count of Carcassonne

English language edition of Der Graf von Carcassonne

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To play The Count of Carcassonne, you must have:

Carcassonne English language edition with River tiles Out of Stock

Carcassonne: Wheel of Fortune English language edition of Carcassonne: Das Schicksalsrad Out of Stock

Carcassonne English language edition, no River tiles Out of Stock

Carcassonne: Dice Out of Stock

Carcassonne: Phantom Out of Stock

Carcassonne Z-Man Games edition, includes The River expansion Out of Stock

Product Description

Players who complain that Carcassonne doesn't have enough interaction will love the Count of Carcassonne. A small expansion, the twelve tiles composing it are used to build the actual city of Carcassonne, which is used in place of the start tile. But these are more than simply tiles - the city is the home of the Count. Players can now place their pawns in this city whenever they score an opponent's feature. These pawns can be added to future cities, roads, monasteries, and farms when they are scored, allowing players to share or even steal points from other players. Movement of the Count pawn can be used to stop some of these invading pawns, but this expansion really increases the interaction and competitiveness of the original game. A lot of value in a very small box!

Product Information


  • 12 tiles
  • 1 wooden figure

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3.9 in 17 reviews

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by ARichardC
Fence the Farmers In
September 30, 2011

I enjoy this addition because it seems to curtail the power of farmers especially in a two player game. The river breaks up the farmers' territory. Essential no. Fun and useful yes.

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.
by John M.
Minor Expansion For 2 Great Games!
November 02, 2008

Here is another of the multitude of expansions for Carcassonne. This is actually one of the minor expansion sets, in that it merely adds new tiles for Carcassonne, however for Hunters And Gatherers, it adds some very powerful, perhaps even over-powering cards. The Carcassonne tiles aren't anything special, and if you got this before the new "identifying watermarks" that all new Carcassonne expansion tiles get, you'll never be able to find them in your base game. The 5 tiles for Hunters And Gatherers are offered as "bonus" tiles to each player at game set up, in lieu of drawing a normal tile the player can lay this down, each one has a different "super power" offering that player a bonus. It's an inexpensive thing, you won't hurt your budget to get this, but if you don't have both games, it probably isn't worth your while. 1 start for the Carcassonne tiles, and 1 star for Hunters And Gatherers tiles 2 stars altogether woo woo!!!!

Remember you can't play the TILES unless you're playing the game!!!!

Note: this review refers to a different release of this product.
by John M.
Paratroopers In Carcassonne!
November 02, 2008

That is essentially what this expansion does, it adds an element of war to this otherwise benign city building game.

This is one of the minor expansions, I call it minor as it came in a small roughly landscape tile sized box, and only had 12 tiles and the lone Count meeple. Basically what this is, is a starting tile/spine. Normally you start Carcassonne with the start tile, if you don't have the river. If you have The River, and/or The River II you start with that, which is essentially a starting spine. Same concept for this except you are building the "suburbs" which will surround the main city, where the Count hangs out. You play the game as normal, and try to score points. If however you cause another player to score points (and score nothing yourself) you get to put a meeple in the city walls. You can place him on the market, on the castle, on the cathedral, or in town. Meeples on these features can "paratroop" into other features that are about to be scored. You can drop in on a farm (market), castle (castle), cloister (cathedral) or road (town). You may place your meeple in there at anytime, provided you do not place a normal meeple that turn. These meeples can ignore the normal placement rules, meaning I can drop a guy in on your 33 tile "3 point castle" and not have to "sneak in". This is an overwhelmingly powerful expansion, and I can't speak for everyone, but I'm sure if you have this one, you've probably only played it once, ok maybe twice, but certainly not more than thrice. I think that's the literal truth, we used this expansion about 3 times and then abandoned it. The tiles aren't even good enough to use as regular game tiles, so it's truly not worthwhile, then again it's only a few bucks out of your pocket so it won't hurt your budget if you wind up hating it. 1 star for effort 0 stars for usefulness. If the 12 tiles could be doubled up as regular landscape tiles that might be worth something, but the game is cheap so what's it going to hurt?

Oh and don't forget, you can't pass GO if you're not in the game!!!!

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