User:Aerdor/Roman Politics Variant/Changes

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This page contains only the cards for the Roman Politics Variant that are new or changed from the original Roman Politics deck.

To make the switch from Classic to Aerdor/Variant:

  1. Add these cards.
  2. Remove the old Poisoner, Secret Republican and the three old "The Emperor is Dead, Long Live the Emperor".

Card List

The Emperor is Dead, Long Live the Emperor
Action
Play this card when drawing it or discard it and draw another card
The Emperor is dead. The new Ruler - and thus the winner of the game - is the Player who is (in order of precedence) Rome's Greatest General, The Emperor's Heir, The Senate's Choice, the People's Choice.
The Emperor is Dead, Long Live the Emperor
Action
Play this card when drawing it or discard it and draw another card
The Emperor is dead. The new Ruler - and thus the winner of the game - is the Player who is (in order of precedence) Rome's Greatest General, The Emperor's Heir, The Senate's Choice, the People's Choice.
The Emperor is Dead, Long Live the Emperor
Action
Play this card when drawing it or discard it and draw another card
The Emperor is dead. The new Ruler - and thus the winner of the game - is the Player who is (in order of precedence) Rome's Greatest General, The Emperor's Heir, The Senate's Choice, the People's Choice.
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
The Emperor's Favour
Thing
Action: Destroy this card to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)
Corrupt Senator
Thing - Person
You have a corrupt senator in your camp. You may destroy this card at any time to counter the effects of any one Action card or effect.
Corrupt Senator
Thing - Person
You have a corrupt senator in your camp. You may destroy this card at any time to counter the effects of any one Action card or effect.
Corrupt Senator
Thing - Person
You have a corrupt senator in your camp. You may destroy this card at any time to counter the effects of any one Action card or effect.
Corrupt Senator
Thing - Person
You have a corrupt senator in your camp. You may destroy this card at any time to counter the effects of any one Action card or effect.
Corrupt Senator
Thing - Person
You have a corrupt senator in your camp. You may destroy this card at any time to counter the effects of any one Action card or effect.
Public Works
Thing
You beautify the city, open new public baths and erect statues. The people love you for it. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Public Works
Thing
You beautify the city, open new public baths and erect statues. The people love you for it. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Public Works
Thing
You beautify the city, open new public baths and erect statues. The people love you for it. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Public Works
Thing
You beautify the city, open new public baths and erect statues. The people love you for it. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Bread and Circuses
Thing
You bankroll several days of frolicking, races, theatre, executions and - of course - gladiators. The public flock to your cause. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Bread and Circuses
Thing
You bankroll several days of frolicking, races, theatre, executions and - of course - gladiators. The public flock to your cause. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Bread and Circuses
Thing
You bankroll several days of frolicking, races, theatre, executions and - of course - gladiators. The public flock to your cause. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Bread and Circuses
Thing
You bankroll several days of frolicking, races, theatre, executions and - of course - gladiators. The public flock to your cause. You may destroy this card to play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.
Army of Italy
Thing
You have command of an Army which may campaign in your name.
Army of Egypt
Thing
You have command of an Army which may campaign in your name.
Army of Africa
Thing
You have command of an Army which may campaign in your name.
Army of Macedonia
Thing
You have command of an Army which may campaign in your name.
Army of Asia
Thing
You have command of an Army which may campaign in your name.
Army of Thrace
Thing
You have command of an Army which may campaign in your name.
Campaign in Britannia
Thing
You must be able to nominate two Armies under your control who are not already campaigning, when you play this card. Those Armies are then considered assigned to this campaign. (If either Army is destroyed, assign an unassigned Army to this Campaign, or destroy it.)
Campaign in Armenia
Thing
You must be able to nominate two Armies under your control who are not already campaigning, when you play this card. Those Armies are then considered assigned to this campaign. (If either Army is destroyed, assign an unassigned Army to this Campaign, or destroy it.)
Campaign in the East
Thing
You must be able to nominate two Armies under your control who are not already campaigning, when you play this card. Those Armies are then considered assigned to this campaign. (If either Army is destroyed, assign an unassigned Army to this Campaign, or destroy it.)
Poisoner
Thing - Person
Action: Discard a card and destroy a Person.
"If it Worked Once..."
Action
Look through the discard pile. Take one card from it and put it into your hand.
Master Architect
Thing - Person
You are considered joint controller of any "Public Works" cards in play.
Orgy
Action
Draw two cards.
A Visit to the Oracle
Action
Draw three cards, then discard two cards.
No, I'm Spartacus
Action
Search the draw and discard piles for a copy of a card already in play, and put it into your hand.
Pontifex Maximus
Thing - Person
At the beginning of your turn, instead of drawing a card, draw two cards, then discard a card.
Quaestor of the Sacred Palace
Thing - Person
You don't have to discard down to five cards at the end of your turn.
Praetor
Thing - Person
Action: Draw a card.
Consul
Thing - Person
You cannot lose any title you own.
Master of Soldiers
Thing - Person
Your armies can't be destroyed nor leave your control.
Rome's Greatest General
Title
When the Emperor dies, you win.
The Emperor's Heir
Title
If no player is Rome's Greatest General
When the Emperor dies, you win.
Else
Action: Destroy a Thing you control to have any Thing in the game banished from Rome into the discard pile. (Destroyed.)


The Senate's Choice
Title
If no player is Rome's Greatest General or the Emperor's Heir
When the Emperor dies, you win.
Else
You may destroy a Person you control at any time to counter the effects of any one Action card or effect.
The People's Choice
Title
If no player is Rome's Greatest General, the Emperor's Heir, or the Senate's Choice
When the Emperor dies, you win.
Else
You may play a Riot card at any time - without using up an Action 'slot', and even during an Opponent's turn.