Fief GoT v2.pdf
Tyrell (Reach (light green))
Tyrell’s player receives one additional vote during the King’s election if either Margaery
Tyrell, the Queen of Thorns or Malora Hightower are in play.
Initial Lord Mace Tyrell.
• VARIANT HOUSE: Targaryen (In any unoccupied Fief).
The player that picks House Targaryen chooses it starting
Village last, Targaryens have freedom of initial placement (Targaryen player may place in any coastal villages (a coastal
village is a village with a maritime road fragment starting from it). Targaryen starts with the Mother dragons card in Hand.
Daenerys may marry even if she is Mother of Dragons. Unsullied: Instead of the default initial troops Daenerys places 3
“Unsullied” troops, use the Saracen Tokens from Vanilla to mark these. Unsullied have the same stats as Wildings (they
add 2 SP and 2f are needed to kill them).
Note : Playing with this house is considered a Variant as it heavily deviates from basic vanilla rules
A. Round Overview
A Song of Ice and Fief is played over a number of rounds until one Player or an alliance of two Players has gained enough
Victory Points (VPs) to win the game at the end of a round. Titles that grant VPs are marked with a red seal symbol.
Each round consists of eight Phases. During most Phases, Players execute each action in clockwise order.,
Phase 1. ‘Hear Ye, Hear Ye’ (Play each Action in order)
• Announce Marriage Alliances (1.1),
• Election of Lord Commander (1.2 NWE),Wardens (1.3), King (1.4) and Hand of the King (1.5)
• Attack on the Wall (1.6 NWE).
Phase 2. Draw & Play Cards (Play each Action in order)
• Players may discard (2.1) and draw new cards (2.2),
• Resolve all Disaster cards (2.3),
• Players play cards (2.4).
Phase 3. Collect Income (Collect simultaneously)
• Players collect Gold Dragons for each Village, Sept and Mill they control,
• Nobles with a Fief Title, Wardens, Members of the Small Council and the King may collect Taxes.
Phase 4. Purchase (Purchase ALL troops, building and Titles in order)
• Pay Ransom (4.1)
• Purchase Troops (4.2), Buildings (4.3) and Titles (4.4).
Phase 5. Movement (Move ALL Troops and Nobles in order)
• Each Noble may move with their Troops and perform Cavalcades
Phase 6. Battles (Play ALL Battles in order)
• Opposing Troops in the same Village can engage in battle.
Phase 7. Battle at the Wall (only with NWE)
Phase 8. End of round
• Victory conditions are checked
In A Song of Ice and Fief, a Player’s Nobles can obtain different Titles:
8 Fief Titles are available (13 if you play with the optional Night’s Watch Expansion NWE):
Lord or Lady Paramount of the North (white),
Lord or Lady Paramount of the Vale (dark green),
Lord or Lady Paramount of the Stormlands (yellow),
Lord or Lady Paramount of the Westerlands (red),
Lord or Lady Paramount of the Riverlands (blue),
Lord or Lady Paramount of the Reach (light green),
Prince(ss) of Dorne (tan),
Lord or Lady Reaper of Pyke (brown),
5 Defender of the Wall Titles (these are only used with the NWE).
A Fief Title (except Defender of the Wall) can be purchased during the Purchase Phase (4.3). To purchase a Fief Title, a
Player must occupy all Villages and at least one Stronghold in the Fief. Defender of the Wall functions as a Fief Title, but can
only be obtained by fighting the wildlings beyond the Wall. This is possible only if you play with the optional Night’s Watch
Expansion, NWE hereafter. Ignore all the NWE sections if you do not play with this expansion.
Other Titles (ecclesiastical Titles in Vanilla Fief 1429) include Warden, Member of the Small Council (Master of X) and Hand
of the King. They are reserved for Lords who are not part of a political marriage, i.e. they are unmarried and may not marry in
terms of this game.
Note: These Lords are not allowed to marry for political gain, because they must serve the realm first.
The Warden and Hand of the King Titles are gained through an election process. The Member of the Small Council Titles are
gained by randomly drawing one of three Join the Small Council cards from the Court Event deck (2.4.3) or by purchasing the
Title card that is available for purchase on the game board (4.3).