I love this game for a few reasons. First, it’s easy to learn and set up. Second, the mechanics are really interesting and makes for some really great strategic gameplay. Third, the expansions add a ton of replayability. Finally, the art is just gorgeous. The objective of the game is to score the most points by the end of the game. Each player will take turns being the active player. The active player will take one action, then the next player will become the active player and take their turn. This will continue until all players have passed. There are three possible actions a player can take on their turn: Play a card, Rest, or Purchase a Diamond. Playing a card will let the player either put a worker on the board or move a worker that is already on the board. There are 7 different types of cards, each with their own special ability. Workers can only be placed on certain spots on the board determined by the card type, and can only be moved a certain number of spaces also determined by the card type. Resting will let the player draw 2 cards from the deck and add them to their hand. They may also play any number of Set-Up cards from their hand. Set-up cards are special cards that can be played at any time, even when it is not the player’s turn. Purchasing a diamond will let the player take a diamond from the supply and add it to their collection. Players can only purchase 1 diamond per turn. At the end of each round, players will score points based on the number of diamonds they have collected as well as certain bonuses that may be available. After 3 rounds, the game ends and the player with the most points is the winner!