Tolerance is a strongly thematic, asymmetric, set collection game with variable player goals for 3 to 5 players, representing the conflict between Protestants and Catholics in 16th and early 17th Century England. Through the use of a trick-taking mechanic, where the winner of each trick gets to perform the actions of the cards played in the trick, whether beneficial or not, players build their engine, scoring points at the end of each round. The game is played over three rounds, spanning the reigns of Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth I, and King James I, each round representing the reign of one monarch. The game aims to highlight the suffering mankind brings upon itself because of supposedly "wrong" beliefs - a topic which was just as valid almost 500 years ago as it still is today.