Glory to Rome is a card game where players try to gain influence by constructing buildings and selling building materials. The game is unstable, and many building combinations are extremely powerful - which is fine, because there are plenty of those explosive combinations!
According to the official rules, after completing the structure these things happen: When you complete a structure, take its Site card and tuck it underneath the top edge of your Camp so that ...
When at the hand limit, I can always draw one card. Does this include a jack, or can I only draw a face down card from the deck?
In Glory to Rome, is there any rule prohibiting players from playing wildcards if I have the role in hand? For example, can I play three (or two, depending on the cardset used) laborers and call that ...
I am reading my Glory to Rome instruction booklet and I do not understand how the pool works. Are players free to choose any card they wish from the pool, or are they just supposed to draw the top ...
I've heard a lot of good things about Glory to Rome, but I've heard many people classify it as extremely complex. I asked around at my FLGS and they said it was more complex than Race For The Galaxy ...
In Glory to Rome, if a player leads with a role, say Architect (using a Jack, as it is important to this example) can I follow with an actual Architect card if I either have no legal plays (all ...