Posted by James (admin) on 29th September 2012
Sake and Samurai is a card-based game where players are each drunk samurai fighting each other to the last man. In front of each player is a card showing their samurai and there are some wooden blocks in between each player’s samurai to show how far apart they are. In the centre of the table is a cup holding a limited amount of clear beads (based on number of players) which represent the drink sake. When the game ends, the goal is to the drunkest remaining Samurai alive.
Players each have a hand of cards (events, weapons, minions, etc.) and each card can be used for any of its 4 values: Attack, Defence, Movement and Drinking. Players take turns carrying out one of four actions by using a weapon card already laid down or by playing a card from their hand:
- Attack: Play a card and add its attack rating to the rating of an equipped weapon card to give the total attack strength. (A samurai must be the right number of steps away to use a weapon.)
- Move: Play a card and move the samurai a number steps (equal to the card’s move rating) closer to a neighbouring samurai (and further from the other). This is done by moving the number of wooden markers from one side of the samurai to the other. Read the rest of this entry »