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Lewis Pulsipher’s Britannia Classic and New Duel Edition (PSC Games Kickstarter edition), boxed board game

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Lewis Pulsipher’s Britannia Classic and New Duel Edition (PSC Games Kickstarter edition), boxed board game

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Lewis Pulsipher’s Britannia Classic and New Duel Edition (PSC Games Kickstarter edition), boxed board game

“The much-loved historical board game Britannia returns! This edition includes over 200 beautifully sculpted plastic miniatures and two ways to play: Classic Britannia (traditional play for 3 or 4 gamers on the standard board) and Duel Britannia (faster play for 2 gamers on a new board).

Britannia allows players to recreate the turbulent history of Britain from the coming of the Romans (in 43 A.D.) to final conquest by the Normans (1085 A.D.). Each player controls several nations and leaders including the Angles, Saxons, Irish, Norsemen, Danes, Boudicca, King Arthur, Offa, and many other recognisable names from British history. The power of each tribe will rise and fall as the game progresses through the centuries, so players must work out when to expand and when to consolidate with each of their nations.

Classic Britannia plays in the way all Britannia fans know and love, benefiting from Lew Pulsipher’s continued development and player feedback. Duel Britannia is a new, fast-playing adaptation for two players, on a new board including Ireland.”

This Kickstarter edition includes the unlocked stretch goals – extra miniatures (including Boudicca and Arthur) and an extra copy of the rulebook.

 

“Our new edition of Britannia includes a double-sided board, two different sets of rules of play, and plenty of shared game components. This means you’ll get you two Lew Pulsipher games in one box:

Classic Britannia plays in the way all Britannia fans know and love, benefiting from Lew Pulsipher’s continued development and player feedback. Game play runs from 43 A.D. to 1085 A.D.

Duel Britannia is a new, fast-playing adaptation for two players, on a new board including Ireland. Game play runs from 350 A.D. to 1050 A.D.”

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