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$39.95The samurai -- for centuries, the name has represented unfailing courage, imperturbable loyalty and internal harmony. Today the name is no less respected and stories of the samurai myths and legends have become more and more popular. In Japan, there were three samurai forces: peasants, clergy, and nobility. The way to power in old Japan led through the peasants, the clergy, and the nobility. To becomea samurai, one had to be supported by one of these forces and have strong connections to the other two. Learn More
$12.99<p>One arena. Two sides. Three robots. Can you get the most robots on your side?</p>
<p>Each player takes turns to select from one of these three actions: place an energy token, move a robot or fi ll up with energy. To play a token, take a piece from your stock and place it on an empty space on the board (that is, a space that doesn’t contain a robot or an energy token). </p>
<p>Robots always move towards nearby spaces containing energy tokens, using it up in the process. The black robot can only use black energy and the white robot can only use white
energy. The red robot can use both. To replace used energy, players draw tokens from a common supply: these can be black or white or both, but they are limited to having only four in their hand at a time.</p>
<p>When the energy supply runs out, the player with two or three robots in their area wins.</p> Learn More