Stonehenge: Nocturne Expansion

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The first expansion to the revolutionary Stonehenge: An Anthology Board Game is Stonehenge: Nocturne. This expansion continues the tradition of bringing the best board game designers in the world together to work on different games using the same pieces.

Stonehenge: Nocturne features three wildly different games by four world-class designers. This expansion's designers are Klaus-Jürgen Wrede (designer of Carcassonne), Andrew Looney (designer of Fluxx), and the team of Bruno Cathala and Serge Laget (designers of Shadows over Camelot). The games uniquely showcase the personalities of their designers, giving players a wide variety of play experiences.

Nocturne also expands Stonehenge by introducing pieces for sixth and seventh players. Previously published games can also be played with these extra pieces.

Stonehenge: Nocturne contains 20 disks, 20 bars, and two pawns in two new colors, and one rule book with three brand-new games:

  • A celestial confrontation by Klaus-Jurgen Wrede
  • A wild festival by Andrew Looney
  • A stargate opening by Bruno Cathala and Serge Laget
  • a bonus solitaire game by Mike Selinker!

Nocturne Rulebook

The rulebook for Stonehenge: Nocturne Expansion is available as a PDF. - Download (2.7MB zip/PDF)

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I bought Stonehenge and Nocturne as part of the Anniversary Sale, so I got a wicked deal on both. That said, I would pay the list price of 10$.

You get 4 new games and 2 new colours (orange and black) of player pieces, allowing you to bring the player count up to 7. This is great, because with my big family, we are always looking for games that will add extra players. However, I have not tested the original Stonehenge games with the extra players, so my concern is balance. There is also no write-up in the expansion on balance and extra players in the original game. I played the solitare game, and I enjoyed it. I also liked the simplicity of the instructions and that you could set up and play while following along in the rulebook. The rules were also written quick reference back--easy to find key points. I added 1d20 to the box for a turn counter. This was missing, but also easily obtainable for 0.25$.

The box is enormous for the contents. You can fit these pieces and rules easily in the Stonehenge box. That said, when you have condensed the pieces, you have a box that is almost perfect for Pathfinder add-ons. The GameMastery Tile maps fit perfectly lengthwise and the width leaves just enough room for several decks of item cards. And yes, the box is durable enough to handle all this goodness.

In conclusion, reccomend!