General info and comments
Mysterious shapes appear in the fields of Carcassonne, holding a strange power over the knights, thieves, and farmers of the realm.
- 6 landscape tiles with crop circles
Shuffle the new landscape tiles with those of the basic game and stack them normally.
Playing the Game
When you draw a tile with a crop circle, perform a standard turn, following the normal order of 1. Place a Tile, 2. Place a Meeple, and 3. Score a Feature. Then, perform to the new action: 4. Crop Circle Action.
Note: The crop circles separate roads and fields. Meeples cannot occupy crop circles.
4. Crop Circle Action
After you place a tile with a crop circle on it, you must choose one of the following actions:
- A) Based on the crop circle, add a meeple to a feature where you already have a meeple.
- B) Based on the crop circle, remove one of your meeples from a feature and return it to your supply.
Then, all players (starting with the player to your left and proceeding clockwise) must perform the action you chose, and then you perform that action. 
- The type of meeples that are added or removed is determined by the crop circle you placed:
| Rake Crop Circle
This affects farmers (in a field).
| Club Crop Circle
This affects highwaymen (on a road).
| Shield Crop Circle
This affects knights (in a city).
- If A was chosen, you may only place the meeple in a feature where at least one of your indicated meeples is already present (farmer to farmer, highwayman to highwayman, knight to knight). 
- If you do not have any meeples of the indicated type in play, but you placed the tile, you must still choose A or B.
- If you do not have any meeples of the indicated type in play and did not place the tile, you do not perform the chosen action.
- Once all players have performed the chosen action, play resumes, starting with the player on your left.
Total Tiles: 6
One of the tiles has a small illustration on it. The letter in brackets shows which illustration is on the tile:
For Icons licensing and explanation please visit Icons page.