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The Hans Statue is a new game piece to place on tiles, which grants the features on them a rich scoring bonus.
The Hans Statue fan-expansion for Carcassonne Base Game was released by Carcassonne Central forum member MMike (CarcC).
- 1 game piece representing a statue of Hans riding a pig.
The Hans Statue requires a set of tiles from any expansions, as long they have a easily recognizable logo or watermark on them.
The players choose and agree on what set and how many tiles of that set to use. The Spiel promo tiles are the ideal choice since they don't come with rules. The number of tiles needed is at least 1.
- Choose a set of tiles ideally from a mini-expansion (the Festival, Spiel tiles, etc) and how many of those tile to use.
- Shuffle the chosen landscape tiles in with those from the base game and stack them normally.
- The Hans Statue should be placed at the side of the table, and will be brought into play once the game is under way.
When any tiles of the chosen set get drawn, they are placed exactly like those in the base game, and/or following the rules of the chosen set.
Put the Hans Statue from outside the game or from a previously placed tile on the just-placed tile in such a way that no information is covered, if possible.
The the Hans Statue is not associated with either a structure or a field on the tile, instead it affects the entire landscape tile.
The Hans Statue does not affect the rules about placing meeples.
If a road, city or cloister on a tile where the Hans Statue is placed is scored, those features get a final x2 points multiplier!
The x2 points multiplier still counts at the end of the game.