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  1. Rattus

    Rattus

    $31.99

    <p>Europe, 1347. A disaster is about to strike. The Black Death reaches Europe, and during the next 4 - 5 years, the population of Europe will be halved. The players settle in the various regions of Europe, while the plague spreads throughout all of the continent. The players gain help from the various classes of the middle ages: The Peasants provide population growth, the wise Monks keep the rats away, the rich Merchants flee when the plague approaches, the warfare conducted by the Knights spreads the plague to new areas, the Witches control the spread through magic and witchcraft, whereas the Kings avoid the plague by staying in their fortified palaces. But the plague does not make any distinction: When the rats arrive, no one can feel safe. When the plague withdraws and the game ends, the player with the highest surviving population wins.</p>
    <p><strong>Contents:</strong><strong>&nbsp;</strong>board, board, 49 rat tokens, 80 wooden cubes, 1 Plague pawn, 6 character cards, rules<br />No. of players: 2-4<br />Ages: 10+<br />Playing time: 45 minutes</p> Learn More
  2. Bloodsuckers

    Bloodsuckers

    $39.95

    <p>Bloodsuckers is a highly thematic strategy card game for 2 to 4 players ages 13 and up.</p>
    <p>Play as either vampires or vampire hunters fighting to control the most locations within Blackwood. Unleash powerful card combos to attack your opponent but beware as your strength rises and falls with the time of day. Battle alone or alongside a teammate to recruit the innocent bystanders at the church, graveyard, nightclub, police station, and hospital.</p>
    <p>Win the battles and claim the most locations to declare victory in the fight between the living and the undead!</p> Learn More
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    Samurai

    $39.95

    The 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

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