Even Kafka knew: "... Sancho Panza, a free man, followed with equanimity, perhaps out of some sense of responsibility, the Don Quixote on his face and it had a large and useful entertainment until his death ...." (Source: The Truth about Sancho Panza - Franz Kafka, 1912)
When this faithful companion Sancho Panza is a mini-expansion for Reinhard distemper laying board game Don Quixote . Each player receives one card "Sancho Panza" in its color and places them face up next to his repertoire.
Sancho can then be used during any one of the three stages of the game on a very active field. When Sancho Panza is used at the end of the phase is left a card. This card is removed from the game. Then the game continues normally.
With Sancho Panza, the game is much more predictable, since the card is available to any one, the other can pick up open and can be used as in the strategically important link fields. Extra points there are no Sancho Panza, but the chance to connect more than two knights, mills and churches together rise significantly.
The Sancho Panza extension is a promotional campaign of the Pegasus Publishing - Games and will be distributed free of charge at various retail operations.
In Don Quixote by Reinhard distemper, a match game from the House of Pegasus, fighting the hero, as it should be otherwise at windmills ... ... or rather with the windmills.
First, each player gets his own principality, in which he can build two castles and 24 tiles with roads and knights with windmills and churches. These are shuffled and each player randomly draws nine cards, which must be placed in the first three rounds in the Principality. That's the way very well in the solo game.
The principalities are divided into a kind of coordinates, so that each area can be achieved by a corresponding position map. So now the 24 position cards come into play. These are mixed and a pile next to the items taken as the bar. Read more »