April 18, 2024

#UnboxingDay ~ Imperium Legends by Osprey Games

Brant Guillory, 20 April 2023 ~ #UnboxingDay

It’s not like it’s a secret that I love my civ-building games.  When I saw this one on sale at a local bookstore, I snapped it up (cheap!).

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Obligatory box photos.  This is all you’ll get at most game stores, since the game will be in shrinkwrap.

 

Here’s what’s in the box – cards in a plastic sorter, plus a bunch of admin counters, and two books.

 

The two books – regular & solo – are color-coded, but follow very similar sequences.  They are well-illustrated and easy to follow.

 

The box includes a labeled set of sorting slots to allow for more efficient setup, clean-up, and storage.  There are a bunch of different kinds of cards that are separated into different decks used in different ways during the game.  This isn’t an exhaustive insurance-claim inventory of all cards, but a sampling of them to give you a sense of what’s in the box.

 


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With anticipation I wait,
As I open my new games’ crate,
The cardboard will fall,
Revealing it all,
And I’ll marvel at each piece so great.
~
Tanks and soldiers, maps and more,
All laid out on the table before,
I’ll read the rules,
And act like a fool,
As I plan my first winning score.
~
For wargaming’s more than just play,
It’s a hobby, a passion, a way,
To learn about history,
And gain victory,
In a simulated battle’s display.

Brant G

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