Strategy & Tactics # 330 - Mediterranean Empires

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The Magazine:

Mediterranean Empires: Struggle for the Mediterranean: in the High Middle Ages During the second half of the 13th century, the Aragonese intervention in the Sicilian rebellion marked the beginning of a centuries-long struggle for the Mediterranean. Although the Aragonese did not have the abundant economic resources of their enemies, they put an emphasis in the quality and superior seamanship of their sailors and combatants.

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The Game:

Mediterranean Empires: The Struggle for the Middle Sea, 1281-1350 AD is a low to intermediate complexity, two-player, strategic-level wargame simulating the fight for the Western and Central Mediterranean during the turn of the 13th-14th centuries. Players control either the French/Anjou forces and their allies, or Aragon and their allies. The map shows the Western and Central Mediterranean as it was during the 13th-14th centuries and is divided into its geo-political regions or areas with units moving across the map from area to area. There are seven game turns. Each game turn (GT) represents a decade. Units represent from 500 to 2000 men.

Components: One 22" x 34" map & 176 counters.

Präsentationsort im Laden: Ihr findet mich im Regal W17.
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