In Dragon's Hoard, each player plays a dragon hunting for treasure. Collect sheep from the farmer's fields and use them to buy treasures, but watch out! Other players will send angry mobs and wizards your way to stop you. Defend yourself and battle your way to riches.
In game terms, players draft cards from a common draw pile before taking their actions. You want to buy as many treasures as you can. Dragons buy treasures with sheep that they've collected, while opponents will play terrible actions against you to keep you from tendering those sheep. Battle to keep your treasure, while trying to stop your opponents from doing the same.
At the end of the game, the player with the most victory points from treasures and bonuses wins!
My father is colorblind, and I want to make the game playable for him as well as anyone with a colorblind disability. For this reason, I did not put any green cards into the deck. The majority of people that struggle with colorblindness have trouble telling the difference between red and green. Because purple is comprised of blue and red, some people have a difficult time telling between purple and blue as well. I'm going to print these colors with different values, possibly a light purple and a dark blue. This will help distinguish between the two colors. There are also sheep symbols on each treasure card that match the same symbol on the backside of a card. This will help identify the right cards to discard. Furthermore, the cards you need to discard will have the same sheep symbol as on the backside of the card. I want to work hard with the colorblind community to ensure that my game is accessible and exciting to them to play.