Your Majesty is Here!
Your Majesty is a fun and social card game about monarchy in the Age of Enlightenment. Each player takes the role of a fictional 18th century ruler trying to amass the most dazzling court, replete with the famous personalities of the Enlightenment, while paying for it by conquering colonies in the New World. The goal is to be the most successful and enlightened monarchy by passing reforms, attracting the great thinkers and artists of the age to your glittering court, and maintaining a good reputation in world affairs, even though you will have to fight wars and do some pushing among your rivals.
Your Majesty is not a wargame, nor does it require any miniature figures. It is a pure card game, ideal for carrying to social events at court, classical concerts, and salons. It will fit under your wig, and the beautiful printed box prevents any powder or snuff from getting to the cards. All Ladies and Gentlemen of refinement will surely want to acquire a copy forthwith.
The rules for Your Majesty are free! No, your spectacles have not deceived you, you can read the game rules by clicking HERE with your quill. Sapere Aude! Dare to Know, as Professor Kant says, and investigate the game for yourself.
In order to play the game you will need to purchase the cards from DriveThru Cards. The boxed set of 108 cards is available for $25 plus shipping to whichever of His Majesty's colonies you happen to live in.
What are you waiting for? A written constitution? Acquire a copy of Your Majesty and enlighten yourself today.
No. of Players: 2-6
Playing time: 1-2 hours
IMPORTANT NOTE AND DISCLAIMER:
These cards are not printed by Sam Mustafa Publishing LLC. They are printed on demand and shipped by DriveThru Cards. You will have to purchase them on that site. Any questions or issues regarding the quality or the delivery of the cards must be addressed to DriveThru Cards. If there is a problem with your order, you must contact DriveThru Cards, and they will address it for you. DriveThru Cards and Sam Mustafa Publishing are two separate entities.