The fifth major expansion to Carcassonne, Abbey & Mayor adds 3 new wooden piece types, 6 abbey tiles, and 12 landscape tiles. The Abbey tiles act as Cloisters but do not have to match adjacent tiles and they complete adjacent features when placed. Mayors can be placed only in cities, with their strength determined by the number of pennants in the city. Barns allow players to score fields during the game rather than just at the end. Wagons are placed on roads, cities, or cloisters, and can move to an adjacent open feature when their current feature is completed.
This is v1.0 of my tuckboxes for Abbey & Mayor. Reasons for yet another set of tuckboxes:
1. Colour-coordinated with expansion box.
2. 300dpi graphics
3. Dual tuckboxes facilitate setup by separating landscape tiles (mixed in with other landscape tiles) and Abbey tiles (kept separate).
Herein lies the rules of a variant for Abbey & Mayor. There are no extra pieces or parts required. You may add Musketeers to your features by placing a follower on a wagon that is already in play. A feature that has a Musketeer in it may not be stolen from an opponent. If an opponent tries to steal your feature, then his followers get shot by the Musketeer and are returned to the owner's supply.
Compete to be the champion jouster in a medieval jousting tournament. The rewards can be great for the knight who is victorious! This mini-expansion works best with the 'Abbey and Mayor' expansion, but can also be added to any regular 'Carcassonne' game. Download includes additional tile and full detailed rules.