Kingdom Builder: with four new game boards, Three additional Kingdom Builder scoring cards, and red houses are included to allow for up to five to play.
The new game boards replace the castle spaces from the base game (which score three points for anyone adjacent to them) with nomad spaces. During set-up, in which four game boards are chosen at random from all available boards, a randomly chosen nomad tile is placed on each nomad space. The first player to build a settlement adjacent to a nomad space takes this tile and must use it during her next turn; the tile is removed from the game after her next turn, whether she used it or not. Nomad tiles allow a player to build three settlements on the specified terrain, move settlements, build without following the adjacency rule, remove another players settlement, or score points. The new scoring cards give points as you place settlements during your turn, specifically for placing settlements in a straight line, for placing settlements next to those of other players, and for placing settlements on terrain thats not adjacent to empty terrain of the same type. (Replacement scoring cards for Workers and Merchants are included in Kingdom Builder: Nomads and should be used in place of those in the base game.