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Viking Wood Pieces

The Viking edition was created for all fans of wooden game pieces. The large game pieces are modeled on buildings and ships from the Viking era; you can obtain them exclusively at the Catan Shop.

They are available for the Base Game as well as for the three expansions “Seafarers” and “Cities & Knights”. In our slide show we will present you the game pieces in detail.


Viking - Base Game - Content

The set for the Base Game consists of 145 wooden game pieces; it also includes the pieces for 5- and 6-player games.

Viking - Base Game - Closeup

The settlements are modeled on Viking houses with their characteristic gable cross. The cities have the simplified shape of a Nordic stave church. The robber holds an ax in his right hand and a sack in his left.

Viking - Base Game - Game Situation with Three Players

The image shows a game situation with three players.


Viking - Seafarers - Content

The set for the Seafarers expansion consists of 91 wooden game pieces; it also includes the pieces for 5- and 6-player games.

Viking - Seafarers - Closeup

The design of the ships is based on the typical merchant ship of the Norsemen, the knarr.

Viking - Seafarerss - Pirate Ship

The pirate ship has the typical shape of a Viking longship.


Viking - Cities & Knights - Content

The set for the expansion “Cities & Knights” consists of 101 wooden game pieces; it also includes the pieces for 5- and 6-player games.

Viking - Cities & Knights - City Wall and Metropolis

A wooden ring symbolizes the wall you can build around a city to protect it. A gold-colored top piece makes the stave church one story higher and thus identifies the city as a metropolis.

Viking - Cities & Knights - Knights

The knights are available in the 3 familiar strength levels. The basic knight has to cope with the barbarians all by himself, the strong knight has one follower, and the mighty knight even two of them.

Viking - Cities & Knights - Activates Knights

To indicate that a knight is activated, a gold-colored flag is placed next to him. As soon as the knight is deactivated, the flag is removed again and returned to the supply.

Viking - Cities & Knights - Barbarian Ship

The barbarian ship is modeled on a nef. The nef developed from the Nordic knarr and is a precursor of the cog.

Viking - Cities & Knights - Game Situation with Base Game / Seafarers / Cities & Knights

The image shows a game situation with game pieces from the Base Game and the two expansions “Seafarers” and “Cities & Knights.”