Conquest Two Player Starter Set – Sorcerer Kings vs City States

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Conquest Two Player Starter Set – Sorcerer Kings vs City States

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Expected Release: 26-04-2024
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Description

Grab a friend and dive into the world of Conquest: With proposed scenarios designed to ease you into the system of Conquest, the box contains a starter warband and a commander unit for each faction – Sorcerer Kings vs the Greek Army of the City States! These City States figures will take you back in time, with the highly detailed sculpting that ancient Greece is famous for. The Sorcerer Kings are a highly sculpted group of Wizards and Sorcerers who operate in the mysticism of the east. The set is ready for two players to clash on game tables. Play a rank and flank style of game with the Last Argument of Kings or the Skirmish style of play with the First Blood rule set, 2 copies of each quick start guides are included. You’ll also find 2 paper Maps of the worlds of Ea, 2 Wood Conquest Measuring Tools, all the Command Cards, Bases and Stands needed for play, and a Path of Conquest guide for each faction showing you the future of play as you advance your skills. This is a complete 2 player set and a wonderful introduction to the world of Conquest.

Contents:

  • 1x Limited Edition Sorcerer
  • 12x Rajakur Infantry
  • 12 Ghols Infantry
  • 3x Djinn Brutes
  • 3x Companion Cavalry
  • 1x Ipparchos
  • 12x Thorakites
  • 12x Hoplites
  • 2x quick Start Guides for both games
  • 2x Wood Conquest Measuring Tools
  • Bases and Stands
  • Command Cards
  • Assembly Manuels
  • 2x Folded paper Maps
  • Path of Conquest Guides

Please Note:

  • Miniatures are supplied unpainted and some assembly will be required.
  • Printed materials is supplied in English.

Additional information

MPN

PBW1057

Release Date

2024-04-26

Brand

Game

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