RULES OF THE GAME

THE OBJECTIVE OF THE GAME IS TO REACH A TOTAL OF

**150**POINTS.

ALTERNATIVELY, AT THE END OF AN HOUR OF PLAYING, THE REFEREE WILL DECLARE THE LAST TURN.

THE PLAYER THAT GETS CLOSER TO

**150**POINTS WINS, BOTH IN EXCESS AND IN DEFECT.

IF THE PLAYER, WHILE PLAYING THE GAME, EXCEEDS THE MAXIMUM OF THE POINTS(

**150**),STARTING FROM THE FOLLOWING TURN, EVERY POINT IN EXCESS WILL BE DETRACTED, UNTIL IT GOES BACK BELOW THE THRESHOLD OF

**150**POINTS..

EVERY POINT THAT SHOULD BE COUNTED NEGATIVELY WILL INSTEAD BE ADDED TO THE MAIN SCORE.

BELOW THE

**150**POINTS TRHESHOLD, THE COUNTING WILL RESTART NORMALLY.

THE DETRACTED POINTS CAN BRING DOWN THE SCORE BELOW THE NUMBER

**ZERO**.

THE DICE HAS SIX SIDES.

EVERY SIDE HAS A ROMAN NUMBER WRITTEN.

EVERY PLAYER HAS

**2**ROLLS AVAILABLE WHICH WILL BE PLAYED IN ROTATION WITH THE OTHER PLAYERS.

THE TWO ROLLS OF THE THIRD TURN WILL HAVE TO BE DECLARED.

(Ex. we declare that the number 5 will come out and then the number 3)

IN CASE THE PLAYER GUESS THE SEQUENCE OF NUMBERS CORRECTLY, IT GETS A BONUS OF

**+ 50 POINTS**.

GUESSING ONLY ONE, OF THE TWO NUMBERS, INCREASES THE SCORE BY

**+ 10 POINTS**.

NOT GUESSING EVEN ONE, OF THE TWO THROWS, PENALIZES THE PLAYER BY

**- POINTS**.

THE POSSIBLE COMBINATIONS OBTAINED WITH THE

**2**ROLLS CORRESPOND TO DIFFERENT RESULTS DESCRIBED BELOW:

EVERY COMBINATION CORRESPONDS TO A UNIQUE RESULT.

**1-1**(

*) Throw again the dice.*

**Vespasianus****1-2**(

*) The player is subjected to a riddle (+10 bonus points if he guesses the answer)*

**Iuvenalis****1-3**(

*) +5 points.*

**Iulius Caesar****1-4**(

*) The player can decide to exchange the total points he has with an opponent of his choice.*

**Messalina**However, he is required to challenge him with an additional roll of the dice, one each.

The player who scores the lowest number wins the challenge.

If the result is the same, the challenged player loses 20 points which will go to the challenger.

If the challenger loses the challenge he gives 40 points to the opponent.

**1-5**(

*) Throw again the dice.*

**Quintus Ennius****1-6**(

*) The player must roll the die three times and add up the outgoing numbers*

**Octavius Augustus****2-1**(

*) - 5 points.*

**Constantinus****2-2**(

*) Roll again by adding up the outgoing numbers in the new roll.*

**Claudius****2-3**(

*) +20 points.*

**Quintilianus****2-4**(

*) + 10 points.*

**Tacitus****2-5**(

*) The player is subjected to a riddle (+20 bonus points if he guesses the answer)*

**Lucanus****2-6**(

*) Back to zero points.*

**Iustinianus****3-1**(

*) Roll the dice again, multiplying the outgoing number by 6.*

**Seneca****3-2**(

*) The player is eliminated.*

**Nerone**On the next round the player can try to re-enter the game by following this procedure:

he will have to declare a number from 1 to 6, rolling the dice 3 times, hoping that the chosen number will come out at least once.

**3-3**(

*) - 10 points.*

**Cicerone****3-4**(

*) The player must subtract the sum of the numbers that will come up in the next opponent's bet*

**Marcus Aurelius****3-5**(

*) Question (The player gets back to zero points if the answer is wrong)*

**Commodus****3-6**(

*) Remove 3 points.*

**Domitianus****4-1**(

*) The player rolls only one dice (numbers from 1 to 3 It loses and from 4 to 6 It accumulates them)*

**Tiberius****4-2**(

*) + 40 points*

**Romulus****4-3**(

*) The number that comes up on the first throw of the dice will be added to the partial score.*

**Nerva****4-4**(

*) Question (the correct answer doubles half of the points the player has)*

**Titus****4-5**(

*) Riddle (The player goes back to zero points if it doesn't guess the right answer)*

**Agrippina****4-6**(

*) Add the number 6 and multiply the partial score by two.*

**Virgilius****5-1**(

*) Skip ONE turn.*

**Aurelius Antoninus Caracalla****5-2**(

*) +10 points*

**Scipio Africanus****5-3**(

*) -8 points*

**Catilina****5-4**(

*) Halve the partial score.*

**Crassus****5-5**(

*) + 30 points*

**Trajano****5-6**(

*) Question (correct answer +10 points, otherwise - 2)*

**Porcius Cato****6-1**(

*) Riddle (10 points without penalty)*

**Aurelianus****6-2**(

*) Subtract the numbers rolled on the dice from the player's partial score.*

**Antoninus Pius****6-3**(

*) Question (if the answer is correct +15 points)*

**Drusus Claudianus****6-4**(

*) Raise the player's main score to 149 points.*

**Adrianus****6-5**(

*) Raise the player's main score to 170 points.*

**Titus Livius****6-6**(

*) Riddle (+15 points)*

**Agrippa**Traduzione di Nicolò Muraglia