Dominion Board Game Review
In Dominion, the deck-building board game, you start with the same small deck of cards. A shared pool of cards is placed in the centre where players can add to their deck when they can afford to buy them. Players construct their deck on the fly, as they draw from their hand as well as buy cards from the shared pool. There are victory point cards (points you need to win) or treasure cards (cards that allow you to buy new cards). Players seek the most efficient path to the precious victory points by game end.
Dominion comes with 500 cards. You choose 10 of the 25 Kingdom card types to use in any given play— this provides a lot of game variety and replayability.
Dominion Board Game Review Summary
- Great sense of achievement as you make your deck better
- Puzzle-solving aspect when trying to build your best combination
- Deep strategy and tactics as you will be tweaking your cards on the fly
- Waiting for one’s turn as players build their deck
Dominion Board Game Review Links
Dominion Review - with Tom Vasel
Dominion Second Edition Review - with Tom Vasel
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|Estimated Game Time||30 min|
|Min number of players||2|
|Max number of players||4|