History TabletopGame / Agricola

14th Aug '15 5:37:19 AM Faar
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* HouseRules: Some occupations and investments are considered overpowered, like the Wet Nurse and the Lover. Players tend to discard them, as well as on online settings.

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* HouseRules: Some occupations and investments are considered overpowered, like the Wet Nurse and the Lover. Lover, providing the player with a huge advantage. Players tend to discard them, as well as on some online settings.playrooms.
14th Aug '15 5:29:56 AM Faar
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* HouseRules: Some occupations and investments are considered overpowered, like the Wet Nurse and the Lover. Players tend to discard them, as well as on online settings.
26th Jan '14 6:26:33 AM LongLiveHumour
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** The Stone Carrier looks uncannily like [[{{Asterix}} Obelix]]

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** The Stone Carrier looks uncannily like [[{{Asterix}} [[ComicBook/{{Asterix}} Obelix]]
31st Jan '13 8:20:43 PM beagel
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* YouRequireMoreVespeneGas: Like many Euro games, you need various resources in order to build up your farm, like Wood, Clay, Stone, and Reed to build Improvements and upgrade your farm house, and Food to pay for certain actions (like hiring Occupations) and to feed your family each turn.

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* YouRequireMoreVespeneGas: Like many Euro games, you need various resources in order to build up your farm, like Wood, Clay, Stone, and Reed to build Improvements and upgrade your farm house, and Food to pay for certain actions (like hiring (undertaking Occupations) and to feed your family each turn.
31st Jan '13 8:19:23 PM beagel
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* AutomatonHorses: Your family members need to eat, your workers (Occupations) and farm animals don't. {{Justified|Trope}} with the animals, in that they tend to be kept in pastures and are presumably subsisting on grass.

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* AutomatonHorses: Your family members need to eat, your workers (Occupations) and farm animals don't. {{Justified|Trope}} with the animals, {{Justified|Trope}}, in that they tend to be kept in pastures and are presumably subsisting on grass.
31st Jan '13 8:18:36 PM beagel
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* Taking up Occupations to help out around the farm and (like Improvements) give you an advantage.

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* Taking up Occupations to help out around the farm and (like Improvements) give you yourself an advantage.
31st Jan '13 8:18:17 PM beagel
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* Hiring Occupations to help out around the farm and (like Improvements) give you an advantage.

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* Hiring Taking up Occupations to help out around the farm and (like Improvements) give you an advantage.
13th Sep '12 6:30:58 AM Andyroid
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* Adding rooms to your house (which gives you room for "family growth" that lets you get an extra person and an extra action), and later renovating it (upgrading a wood shack to a more valuable clay hut, and later to a still more valuable stone house).
23rd Aug '12 5:10:19 PM Indigo12ash
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* AutomatonHorses: Your family members need to eat, your workers (Occupations) and farm animals don't. {{Justified}} with the animals, in that they tend to be kept in pastures and are presumably subsisting on grass.

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* AutomatonHorses: Your family members need to eat, your workers (Occupations) and farm animals don't. {{Justified}} {{Justified|Trope}} with the animals, in that they tend to be kept in pastures and are presumably subsisting on grass.
11th May '12 4:16:29 AM movie007
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''Agricola'' is a EuroGame by Uwe Rosenberg, in which the players take on the role of pre-industrial farmers. (For those of you who [[BilingualBonus speak Latin]], this should not be surprising.) Players use their family members to take various actions to build up their farm:
* Building fences to make pastures, in which one of three kinds of animal (sheep, pigs, and cattle) can be raised.
* Plowing fields, in which grain and vegetables can be grown and harvested.
* Building Major and Minor Improvements to give you an advantage (like letting you produce food or gather certain resources faster).
* Hiring Occupations to help out around the farm and (like Improvements) give you an advantage.

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!!This board game contains examples of the following tropes:

* AutomatonHorses: Your family members need to eat, your workers (Occupations) and farm animals don't. {{Justified}} with the animals, in that they tend to be kept in pastures and are presumably subsisting on grass.
* RecursiveReality: The game features several different "Room" tiles, in one of which a game of Agricola is being played.
* ShoutOut: A number of them on the card art.
** The Stone Carrier looks uncannily like [[{{Asterix}} Obelix]]
** The Dock Worker is a caricature of Klaus Teuber, creator of ''SettlersOfCatan''. Its effect is even based on the "port trading" mechanic from ''Catan''.
** Another of the room tiles features a game of ''Bohnanza'', another game by Uwe Rosenberg.
* YouRequireMoreVespeneGas: Like many Euro games, you need various resources in order to build up your farm, like Wood, Clay, Stone, and Reed to build Improvements and upgrade your farm house, and Food to pay for certain actions (like hiring Occupations) and to feed your family each turn.
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