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In the prime of ancient Greece, the mightiest city states (Polis) of the peninsula compete bitterly for supremacy. This epoch is now evoked again in a playful manner. Each player represents one of the famous cities: Athens, Corinth, Thebes, or Sparta.
In order to demonstrate power and strength, warriors and mighty heroes must be displayed in splendid parades. However, it is also valid to use the favor and gifts of the fickle Gods of Mount Olympus as skillfully and impressively as possible.
Each City State card set has the same number and type of Warrior/Hero cards and God cards. Warrior/Hero cards have values between 2 and 10. Gods have certain abilities that can change the displayed values dramatically. In the game, each player must try to use his 25 cards as skillfully as possible in order to collect the most Fame points.
The game extends over three Parades, each of which has three Marches. Fame scoring occurs after each March. The city with the lowest display loses Fame points. The two cities with the highest displays earn Fame points. Twice only during the entire game, each city may send emissaries to the mighty oracle at Delphi, in order to beg for her aid and, possibly, turn Fate in their favor.
Players: 3 - 4
Weight: 257 grams
Language Requirements: Game components are printed in multiple languages, including English. An English translation of the rules is provided.
- 4 sets of City State cards, 25 cards in each
- 9 each of Oracle cards in German, English, and French
- 3 Parade cards
Average Rating: 3 in 1 review
I just had to give this game a thumbs up. Some of the math can be alittle heavy but the unique back and forth of the game is a winner. Our group played it twice the first time we played it. I can certianly see how some may dislike the complex computations (some cards square your totals while others 1/2 them) and could foreseeably see it may lose appeal over time or mood. I like the way the oracle can upset many kingmaker situations. It looks good and plays well in a unique way. A good medium weight middle of the session card game.