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The Black Amazons In King Solomon's Lost City Of The Diamond Mines In The Elephant's Graveyard At The Source Of The Nile


As designed, this was meant to be a convention game where ample space would be available. I was fortunate enough to have had a large area for the playtest (the table requires 18' x 18'). However, if adequate space is lacking, the approaches can be played on separate tables then moved to the main table as the explorers arrive. Also, there is no reason why the game can not broken up into four separate games. A group of explorers could run through one or more of the quests taking a different supercargo and a different route for each adventure.

The Black Amazons In King Solomon's Lost City Of The Diamond Mines In The Elephant's Graveyard At The Source Of The Nile introduction


Designer
Chris Ferree
Status
In Print
Contents
Online (webpage)

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