## Trek 12

Trek 12 is a roll-and-write alpinism game, with progressive difficulty levels and more.

To score points, you have to create chains of consecutive numbers from 0 to 12 and areas of a same number.

Number of players: 1 - 8

Game duration: 4 mn

Complexity: 0 / 5

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### Rules summary

## Gameplay

Two dice are rolled each turn. (Red die: 1-6, Yellow die: 0-5)

Each player may choose a number to take from those dice, being either the **lower value**, the **higher**, the **total** of the two dice, the **difference** between them, or their **multiplied product**.

They write that number in any circle on their sheet, and tick off that option. (Once you've ticked all four boxes for an option, you can't take it any more.)

Regular circles can take any number from 0-12. Black-outlined circles are *dangerous terrain* and can only take numbers from 0-6. If you're forced to place a number that's too high, a ☹️ must be drawn there instead.

After the first turn, numbers must be written adjacent to existing numbers.

At the end of the game, each numbered circle which does not form part of a line or zone gets a ☹️.

## Scoring

- Every
**line**of ascending, connected,*consecutive*numbers = the highest number in the line, plus 1 point per other number in the line - Every
**zone**of 2+ connected, identical numbers = the number from any of its circles, plus 1 point per other circle in the zone **Bonuses**for both longest line and largest zone = 1 point for 3, 3 points for 4, 6 points for 5, etc.**Malus**= -3 points for each ☹️ on your mountain

## Special map rules

__Special rules for Jampa__ from Trek 12 +1:

- You
**must**create a Fixed Line between circles already linked in that manner. There is no constraint when you fill in your first circle.

When you fill in the second circle, it **must** form a Fixed Line with the first. Otherwise, the circle is considered orphaned and you draw an orphan in the circle.

__Special rules for Christmas map__:

- Each chain represents a garland. The bonuses of each garland are noted above each Rope Trail and depend on the number of
**different**colored balls in the Rope Trail. The more balls of different colors in your garlands, the more points you will score! - Zones represent gifts. Each Zone gives a bonus
**only**if that zone has**no**balls. The bonus is then equal to the value of the Zone in question and is noted in the line below. - Finally, it's Christmas! So no orphans: each orphan space gives a 5 point penalty.
- The player or players (if simultaneous) who are the first to fill in the box just below the star get a 10 point bonus.

__Extra rules for Zen Trek map__:

- You MUST start on one of the two sides in one of the three arrowed boxes.
- Each mountain has its own table for choosing the outcome of the dice. You must necessarily fill in the boxes of a mountain with the table specific to that mountain (for example, it is forbidden to fill in a box of the white mountain using the table of the gray mountain). You can very well have passed from one side to the other without having fully completed one of the two, but you must respect the table of corresponding choices.
- Under NO circumstances can the "water" boxes be part of a rope path. A "rope path" or "rope trail" is one consisting of linked consecutive numbers. Rope Path Example: 2-3-4-5 (not same numbers as 3-3-3-3).

__Special rules for Containment map__:

**Warning**, if you place a circle of value higher than 12, you will immediately lose (given a score of -100 points).- Each orphan circle is worth its value as a negative score.
- The value of the circle which is placed at the entrance is counted negative, unless you connect it to the sink.
- If you connect the Fridge with the sofa using a fixed line, you score that line twice.
- If there is a zone on the desk, then the desk will score equal to the number of circles in that zone, multiplied by the number in those circles.