How to Play Citadels

Impress his majesty with the most esteemed city in Citadels by Z-Man Games! Taking on the role of the kingdom’s builders, players must create a new city to become the master builder.

Tabletop games are super fun, but learning the complicated directions and rules can be a challenge. Becca Scott is your game tutor, explaining the game mechanics in an easy to follow way, so you can get to playing the games faster.

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43 thoughts on “How to Play Citadels

  1. We just played this game for the first time tonight. The video was very helpful–we didn't have to look at the rulebook. Great explanation. Thank you.

  2. Wait where's the 9th character? I'm 100% sure we've been playing Citadels with rank 9 character cards. The 9th category had Artist, Queen, and a Tax collector. Maybe we played a fake version or some expansion without knowing.

  3. I would totally engage her in thoughtful conversation about games and human nature.
    If you know what I mean.
    Nudge nudge wink wink.

  4. I miss tabletop, the narrative is so quick you don’t take anything from it… much better board game tutorials out there with gameplay… critical role keeps me barely attached to geek n sundry n that’s all she wrote ✌️🌷

  5. You did a good job teaching this game, though I find it annoying that this reprint atleast tripled the box size for a game that’s just cards and coins. 🙁

  6. I love citadels, but I prefer the version in the smaller box. Same game, just easier to store and carry about. Not sure I'd play it nearly as much if I had this version in the huge box.

  7. This is a great fun game for having a drink and being mean or nice to friends. The video didn’t convey any of the fun but could be w good rules explainer

  8. The first few comment here are always “I prefer tabletop” or “I’m here for Becca”. Come on guys, for ppl that pride themselves on creativity, the comments are awfully stale.

  9. Wow, I played this game growing up with my family! I think we still have a decades old copy lying around somewhere from like 2000. Love it.

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