Daimyo (translated literally means: "great name") was the highest feudal rank or title in Japan between the 12th and 19th centuries. In his position as a powerful warlord, the player must lead his clan in order to conquer new fiefs, called Hans, to increase his political and economical prestige and to defend himself against other Warlords.
Daimyo is a game of strategy set in feudal Japan for 2/4 players of 12 years and over.
Object of the game
Regardless of the number of participants, the object of each player is to eliminate a rival Daimyo. In the moment this occurs, the game is immediately over, and the winner is the player who has eliminated the rival Daimyo. Alternatively, the game can also be won when, at the end of a round, a player simultaneously controls at least one Han hexagon of each rival clan with a minimum total of 3 Bushi warriors.