7 Wonders (Second Edition) Tournament - PGX - April 1, 2023 (Free!) 2PM!

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7 Wonders (Second Edition)

WHEN: Saturday April 1, 2023
WHERE: Prairie Game eXpo
DURATION: 90-120 minutes

There are 2 rounds to the tournament. They consist of:
- 1 Preliminary Round (3 tables of up to 6 people) using only the base game
- 1 Championship Round (1 table of 6 people) using base game and the Edifice expansion

Tournament Format

-The first round is using only the base game rules and materials.
-Players will be seated at tables as evenly as possible with a minimum of 3 players per table.
-Wonders will be randomly distributed to each player
-The first round will be played with the Day side (sun symbol) of each Wonder.

The top 2 scoring players from the 3 tables from round 1 will advance to the Championship Round.
-The second round is played using both the base game and the Edifice expansion rules.
-Wonders are distributed randomly and will be played on the Night side (moon symbol)


All participants will receive a Limited-Edition Engineers Guild Card!

All finalists will receive a Limited-Edition Societas Praeficarum Guild Card!

The winner receives a copy of the 7 Wonders: Edifice expansion!

Time limit: No round will go longer than 60 minutes. Final determination will be based on number of victory points total among games played in a round.

If we do not make our 18 player roster we will make amendments on the fly.

A game plays out over 3 rounds, called Ages, during which you simultaneously play cards, one at a time, to develop your City.

These cards represent the various Buildings you can construct: resource producers, civilian, commercial, military, scientific structures, and guilds.

At the end of each Age, you go to war with your nearest neighbours. At the end of all 3 Ages, you tally up all of the victory points earned by your City, your wonder, your military prowess, and your treasury. The player with the highest score wins the game.





We had three full tables of 7 Wonders for the tournament, which means 21 players. The two highest scoring players from each table advanced to the final game. Chris Smith won the tournament.