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Party Colors


Party Colors is a card game favored by children and adults alike. The game is played throughout Republican society. From the homes of families to guards in a tower to, of course, the gambling halls of the cities. While the game does take a while to play, a few hours generally, a shorter version has become almost more popular than the full game. Half Color is when you play half a game of Party Colors (or Full Colors). Instead of the game ending with all colors laid out, the game ends when half the colors are laid out. Full Color is generally played by those who have far too much time to kill - the elderly, rich, or children. Half Color is more common in gambling houses and among the working person, however.


The game was first played in The White Crown Bailey


The game is simple. There is a deck of cards numbered 1-8 in each cast's colors - 80 cards in all. The goal is to have the most points laid out when the game ends. To end a game, one set of four cards in each of the colors of the cast must be laid out on the board. These sets can be across multiple players. A player can draw two new cards or discard two on their turn; however, someone can only have eight cards at the end of their turn. To layout a card you must have two cards in numerical order - for example, a 3 and 4 of Blue - you then place them face up on the table. Only one person may have each color laid out. Someone can steal another player's laid out cards by playing a better hand - if player one has a 4, 5, and 8 of Green and player two had a 7, 8, and 9 of Green then player two can take it because player twos total is higher. However, once a color has four or more cards it is considered 'watched' so you cannot steal it. Once a card is laid out you can't pick it back up or place a larger card on top of it, you can only place smaller cards. The game goes around with each person getting a turn until all sets are face up. Once the game ends the points are calculated. Each card is worth the number on it times the rank of the color. The person with the most points wins.

Rank of Colors

  • 5 for blue
  • 4 for gold and silver
  • 3 for brass and copper
  • 2 for white and red and black
  • 1 for green

Current Date -
The Yet Unnamed Year of 1494 ce

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