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Seasons Board Game
- Seasons is a game of cards and dice which takes place in two phases
- Become the kingdoms most illustrious mage
- Playing Time: 60 mins
- Ages 14 +
- 2-4 Players
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The greatest sorcerers of the kingdom have gathered at the heart of the Argos forest, where the legendary tournament of the 12 seasons is taking place. At the end of the three year competition, the new archmage of the kingdom of Xidit will be chosen from amoung the competitors. Take your place wizard! Equip your ancestral magical items, summon your most faithful familiars to your side and be ready to face the challenge!
1 game board<BR>1 crystal track<BR>1 year token<BR>1 season token<BR>8 library tokens<BR>4 individual boards<BR>16 sorcerer tokens<BR>20 season dice<BR> 40 advanced power cards<BR>60 basic power cards
64 energy tokens
Top Customer Reviews
We were able to teach it to our six year old with no trouble, making it a nice addition to the family board game selection.
This is quite an American style game in that one person can be in the lead from the start and the others don't really have any chance to overtake, which can be quite frustrating the losing player. There can also be quite a lot of luck involved. However I think this is the kind of game a person could get really good at by learning tactics and knowing good combos of cards.
A lot of the cards have on-going effects and the player needs a sharp focus to remember all the things the cards do on his or her turn.
Lovely themed game and nice artwork. Probably better with 3 or 4 players. Shame there is no option for 5 or 6 players.
As to the game itself, if you tend towards the geekish, or are a big fan of Lord of the Rings-type books etc., then you'll love it. Plenty of weird and exotic sounding names to get your head round, never mind the fanciful powers that each character has. The premise is good but you’ll need to play a couple of times to understand the types of cards that you need to play and certainly any experienced players would easily beat any novices.
I guess I should congratulate whomever came up with the idea, as the playing of the game is demanding enough, never mind thinking it up in the first place.