Celtica Board Game

Celtica Game Rules

Celtica Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $32.00
Playing Time: 45 - 60 min.
Ages: 10+
Players: 2 - 5

Celtica is the game of heros. An Irish legend tells of some brave men that were given amulets. These amulets were considered sacred until the city was destroyed by the Vikings. Now, you and your opponents must find the pieces of these amulets and work to restore what once was.

Players will scour the board in the search for these missing amulet pieces. Celtica will be won by the player who can find the most pieces. Celtica is a great game full of mystery and life. Check out Celtica today and play it with your family. What will it take for you to become the king?

See the Celtica game rules and instructions.

See the Celtica game rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Celtica rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Celtica.

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Vegan house says:

Thank you cardflopper! Your comment was really useful to us! This mistake is in the English rules, and massively changes the game. The French is correct according to the French speaking member of our group. Also, a further warning for those relying on the English rules: it's not clear in the English rules what players should do with their remaining cards for a specific druid once that druid reaches the end. The French rules make it clear that you can continue to play cards of that colour, but that nothing happens. In effect, you keep hold of these cards and they give you an option to skip your go.
cardflopper says:

Just a heads up; the English rules for this game have several errors. For example when you draw a druid card from a cult site, you do not have to play it on your next turn as the printed rules say. There were some mixups in the translation. If I recall correctly, the English and French sections of the rules are affected but the other languages such as German might be correct.
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