Central Europe around 1670 AD The Black Death, which has been raging for centuries, is over. The civilized world is under reconstruction. The people enlarge their simple wooden houses and improve them. They feed on millet porridge, bread and vegetables. Fields must be plowed, sown and harvested. Unfortunately, the famine of the past few years has also led humanity to eat more meat (a habit that we have not let people of increasing wealth do to this day). It wins who has the greatest wealth in the end. And that wealth includes the animals that live with you.
Surrounded by green meadows and fields, you are sitting on a gently lapping river. The cool water rinses pleasantly around your feet, which is a real treat on such a beautiful summer day. You look up and guess from the sun that you'll have to leave soon, but you still have a moment. Sometimes the simple life of a bullfighter (Latin Bubulcus) can be really nice ...
After Agricola - The Moor farmers this year already a large expansion, or their new edition, for Agricola has appeared, we put on with the Bubulcus deck one more. 120 new cards, of which 60 training and 60 small purchases, give the game even more variability and variety. Of course these cards are also balanced according to the "power values" of Agricola and adapted to the graphic update of the new edition of the basic game of 2016.
As with the Artifex Deck, the Bubulcus Deck is an addition to the decks of the Basic Game. Anyone who has looked at the cover letters knows that there are maps of the "A" and "B" decks in the basic game. A complete Agricola deck consists of 168 cards (or 180 if the expansion is supported for 5 and 6 players). The "A" and "B" Deck each contained 48 cards in the base game. With the Artifex and the Bubulcus Deck, each containing 120 cards, the basic game decks are now complete.
Released: 09 October 2018