General info and comments
Promotional tiles made available by Hans im Glück to attendees at the Essen Games Fair in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 (a different one each year). They are not available as a single set.
There are no specific rules applicable to the tiles from this mini expansion. All of the rules remain the same.
The tiles released in the period 2014-2017 were printed in a single batch so the city segments on them have the darker city backgrounds. Starting from 2018, each tile is printed individually and cities show lighter backgrounds.
- 7 new Spiel Promo Land tiles, identified by a shield indicating the year of the corresponding Spiel event.
Shuffle the Spiel Promo tiles together with the other Land tiles.
New land tiles
|This tile presents a city segment ending a road. The city features a decorative scene with no additional rules.|
|This tile shows for roads ending at a junction. The junction features a celebration, not a village, and has no special rules.|
|This tile features a tile with four city edges. The sword fight scene is decorative and has no special rules. The grass patch cannot be considered a field for this reason.|
|This tile shows a city segment and a field. The scene portrayed is just decorative and has no special rules.|
|The road does not end on this tile. Instead, it branches into 4 directions.  The scenes featured are just decorative and have no special rules. The cottage shown is not a regular farmhouse. |
|This tile shows one city segment. The bridge connects the two city segments otherwise separated.  The scenes portrayed are just decorative and have no special rules.|
If playing with other expansions, please take the following notes into consideration:
For Icons licensing and explanation please visit Icons page.
- All of the branches have to be completed in order to score the road scoring. See Other expansions for more details on the interaction with the Robber tile from Exp. 6 - Count, King and Robber.
The bridge on this tile connects the two city segments.
[Note: This clarification was provided at the HiG booth at the Essen Game Fair, as stated in this post: