A Renaissance of Strategic Gaming
Lorenzo de’ Medici was a key figure in Florence during the Renaissance, so what better setting than it for the race between noble families to gain prestige and fame?
In Lorenzo il Magnifico, players send their noble family members out to different locations around the city to collect resources, acquire development cards, and pay tribute to the church. Not everyone is created equally, so deciding where to send the golden child of the family and where to send the black sheep might be key to victory.
- Many Paths to Victory - Players can focus on a building strategy, developing their territory, or collecting as many characters as they can get their hands on. Victory can be achieved many ways.
- Asymmetric Strategies - Each game starts with a draft, and players select the Leaders they hope to recruit. Everyone also starts with a personal bonus tile that will direct their strategy.
- Classical Art - With lovely illustrations by Klemens Franz, the hundreds of cards, personal player boards, and main board, convey the beauty of the Renaissance period in Florence.
4 Personal Boards
4 Personal Bonus Tiles
21 Excommunication Tiles
4 Covering Tiles
16 Family Members
16 Marker Discs
12 Excommunication Cubes
96 Development Cards
20 Leader Cards
63 Wooden Resources (wood, stones, servants)
33 Coins 1 Rulebook 1 Quick Reference Guide