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Serpent Stones

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A board game by Robert Harrington
Publisher: Game Salute
A board game by Robert Harrington
Publisher: Game Salute
A board game by Robert Harrington
Publisher: Game Salute
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  • players # 2
  • duration 30 min.
  • age 8
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Description

Serpent Stones is an interpretation of an ancient game believed to have been played by the Aztecs over 600 years ago. As head priest of an Aztec warrior house, you must command a specialized team of Aztec warriors in ritual combat on the battlefield to satisfy the gods. Drawing on the power of teotl from your temple stone, your warriors can wield specialized nahualli animal attacks to strike or capture opposing warriors standing in your team's way of capturing your opponent's temple stone. The gods may show you favor by giving you an advantage during battle, but will it be you or your opponent that quenches their insatiable blood thirst today? Players of Serpent Stones sit on opposite sides of a game board featuring seven staggered rows of Serpent Stones and take turns drawing a card and playing/discarding a card from an initial hand of five cards. Serpent Stones features three types of cards: Warrior cards, which are played on the Serpent Stones to build your Aztec warrior team Nahualli cards, which strike or capture opposing warrior cards Teotl cards, which are "god" cards that can give a player some tactical advantage during gameplay A player wins when either he captures his opponent's temple stone by placing a warrior card on it or he forces his opponent to suffer the "Wrath of Tezcatlipoca", a fancy Aztecian way of saying the opponent ran out of cards.

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Mechanics: Area Control/Area Influence Hand Management Point to Point Movement
Categories: Strategy Card Games
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Serpent Stones is an interpretation of an ancient game believed to have been played by the Aztecs over 600 years ago. As head priest of an Aztec warrior house, you must command a specialized team of Aztec warriors in ritual combat on the battlefield to satisfy the gods. Drawing on the power of teotl from your temple stone, your warriors can wield specialized nahualli animal attacks to strike or capture opposing warriors standing in your team's way of capturing your opponent's temple stone. The gods may show you favor by giving you an advantage during battle, but will it be you or your opponent that quenches their insatiable blood thirst today? Players of Serpent Stones sit on opposite sides of a game board featuring seven staggered rows of Serpent Stones and take turns drawing a card and playing/discarding a card from an initial hand of five cards. Serpent Stones features three types of cards: Warrior cards, which are played on the Serpent Stones to build your Aztec warrior team Nahualli cards, which strike or capture opposing warrior cards Teotl cards, which are "god" cards that can give a player some tactical advantage during gameplay A player wins when either he captures his opponent's temple stone by placing a warrior card on it or he forces his opponent to suffer the "Wrath of Tezcatlipoca", a fancy Aztecian way of saying the opponent ran out of cards.

Additional information

Mechanics: Area Control/Area Influence Hand Management Point to Point Movement
Categories: Strategy Card Games
Alternative names:
This was seen 10536 times

Frequently bought together

Frequently bought together

Frequently bought together