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High Society Deluxe Edition
includes travel edition
Players: 3 - 5
Time: 30 minutes
Ages: 10 and up
Est. time to learn: 5-10 minutes
Weight: 700 grams (estimated)

Language Requirements: This is a domestic item.

"I would easily say that High Society is the best auction filler I have..."
– Tom Vasel, The Dice Tower
"In many ways it is the best Knizia design of all."
– Mike Siggins, Game Designer
It is one thing to be the richest family on the block… it's quite another to flaunt it successfully. High Society pits you against your neighbors in a race to reveal the most blue-blooded family in your midst. To win, you must acquire all the trappings of great wealth, avoid as many of the pitfalls as you can and still walk away with a huge pile of cash at the end of it all. This Reiner Knizia classic makes a great travel game and an easy one to introduce to friends and family.

Originally published in 1995, High Society gained sufficient popularity to see it through 3 re-prints… none of them as beautiful as the latest FRED Edition. Artist Paul Niemeyer has done an outstanding job creating a theme to reflect the most elite fineries of the Gilded Age, and combined with FRED's commitment to quality components and card stocks, this edition of High Society will stand as the pinnacle of its production.

For 3-5 players over 10 years old, this 30-45 minute game can be played as a light filler between longer games, but we'll be honest with you: this one is very hard to put back in the box! The cards tells an exciting story and feature beautiful artwork from well-known Eagle Games artist Paul Niemeyer.

Game Summary:

Players bid against each other to acquire the various trappings of wealth, namely the ten luxury possession (positive-number) and three 2X multiplier cards; while avoiding its pitfalls represented by three cards altogether, including the gambling (-5) card; the thief (lose a possession) card; and the calamitous fire (lose ½ the value of all your possession cards) card. While bidding, though, players must keep an eye on their remaining cash – at the end of the game, even though all those positive-number cards might add up to a win, the player with the least money isn't even considered for victory. This dual-objective creates a nail-biting auction experience, and one that will surely become a favorite edition for a generation of gamers to come.

Game Contents:
  • 55 Money Cards
  • 10 Luxury Possession Cards
  • 3 Recognition Cards
  • Instruction Booklet

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