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One of the wonderful things about Settlers and its variable setup is that each time you play it, it’s different. Each session is a new puzzle to solve to determine the best method to exploit the Linkresources.

Here are some fundamental strategies to assist you to determine the most efficient way to settle.The primary strategy principle is: Resource production is all that matters, resource diversity is secondary, possibly even trivial.


Many players think that having access to all five resources is the way to go. But if you have suboptimal resource probabilities, it’s not going to work for you. What you should focus on is having number variety, not resource variety. By number variety, what I mean is having production on the widest variety of possible die rolls. Of course, focus on the highest probability numbers first.

In my starting placement, the dream scenario is to have production on a 6, 8, 9, and 5. It doesn’t matter what the resources are. It’s rare to have the ability to find placement that provides that, so I normally settle for 3 out of 4 of the previously mentioned highest producing numbers. Having a variety of the top numbers almost guarantees consistent resource production, regardless if the dice trend goes one way or the other. It doesn’t matter if all of those hexes are sheep, I’d rather have quantity over quality. The excess resources can always be traded and converted into the thing you want somehow. There’s no such thing as a worthless resource.

The second priority after number variety is to optimize my production through ports. I look for positions with two high producing hexes of the same resource near its matching port. Do not start on the port or else the lack of resource production early in the game will wreak havoc. Instead, make it a priority to build to the port later.Having a port helps make you self-sufficient. Being self-sufficient is a greater degree better than having to trade to get what you require. Other players will only trade if the deal helps them in some way, making trades win-win. I’d much rather have me win instead of being in a win-win, so I look to the ports to help become self-sufficient. After you have obtained diversity in production numbers, then it’s time to take a look at what resources you might have in your possession. There are two main strategies that flow depending on what resources you are strong in:

Settlements and roads: If you’re strong in wood and brick, this will make settlement production easy and road production natural. Having the longest road will be a key part of your winning strategy.

Cities and development cards: If you’re stronger in ore and grain, this is the way to go. All things being equal, if your choice is between focusing on a new settlement or upgrading a city, then upgrade into a city. Usually, spots where you already have a settlement are superior to spots with no settlements; else you would have not placed your settlements there. It is more beneficial to ramp up on good production than to expand into mediocre production. Ultimately, be flexible and go where the resources lead you. Set a goal in each turn to build something. Each turn try and get something on the board. Even if it is only a road, it’s at least something. It’s better to get a good thing on the board now than the best thing on the board on a later turn.

When trading, whether you are trying to get a city or a settlement, do whatever is required to get what you want during your turn, even if it is an unfavorable trade for you. It is more beneficial to have an expensive settlement now than a cheap settlement later. If you miss the chance to build on a ten, then nothing but tens will be rolled and you’ll have missed your opportunity.

It is myI hope that these tidbits are helpful to you. I wish that May all your settling be prosperous. And remember to game with honor!

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