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Game in Spanish.

Before becoming large, ferocious creatures, capable of flying and breathing fire, dragons also start out small and need protection. As expert dragon keepers, this will be your task. To do this you will use a magic book, which indicates how many dragons and what type you can take under your protection.

Designed and illustrated by Michael Menzel (author of mythical games such as Legends of Andor or Robin Hood), Dragonkeepers can be enjoyed as a couple or in groups of up to 4 players, from 8 years old, in games of about 20 minutes. The objective is to get as many points as possible at the end of the game. These points are obtained by playing dragon cards from our hand, following the instructions of a magic book.

Dragonkeepers is a card game that uses an ingenious system of two decks, which are placed in the center of the table, to form the magic book. The left deck shows a number and a reward, and the right deck shows a specific type of dragon. On their turn, players must play the indicated number of cards of that specific dragon type to claim the rewards (amulet pieces, golden eggs, crystals or powerful shadow dragons) and thus accumulate points.

On their turn, each player can collect up to 3 dragon cards, which will be used to fulfill the conditions requested by the magic book to receive rewards. But that’s not all… Players can also use one of their cards to turn the pages of the book, so there are several opportunities to get a reward. The game continues until the participants accumulate a certain amount of amulets (which varies depending on the number of players).

To win a game of Dragonkeepers you need to be fast and bold, as there are many ways to get points and the magic book is constantly changing. With dreamlike art and design, with hints of classic fantasy, it is a game that promises hours of fun in a compact format. Easy to learn (the regulation only has 4 pages!), the little ones will enjoy it and it will be a challenge for the older ones. Prove that you are the best dragon keeper in the kingdom!



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