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|Designer :||Johannes Goupy, Théo River|
|Numbers of players :||2 to 5|
|Age :||10 years and +|
|Playing Time :||45 minutes|
|More Info :||
After millennia of sterility, life returned to Rauha. As a venerable shaman, one of his five worlds was entrusted to you. Your powers are divine and allow you to shape the environment in order to make this world a cradle of vital energy, guardian of serenity and harmony for the centuries to come.
Get the most victory points, represented by vital energy, to win the game. You have 2 ages to transform your world into an energetic nucleus of Rauha. At age 1, vegetation, terrain and fauna will appear. In age 2, civilizations will prosper.
How do we play
Using a singular Draft mechanics, welcome deities, develop your world and move your avatar around to make it a cradle of energy, guaranteeing serenity and harmony for centuries to come.
Each person has a square tray made up of 9 boxes and an avatar at the top of the first column on the left.
The game takes place in 4 rounds, segmented in 3 laps of "draft" and 1 round of Energy points scoring (= victory)
During each round, 4 biome cards will be placed between each person. Take the card package to your left or right, depending on the position of your avatar, and choose one. Clockwise, by starting with the person who has the most energy points, each place his card on his grid by paying the possible cost and active all the biomes present in the column or the line with regard to his avatar . Then move your avatar clockwise. The alignment of the types of biomes and animals present on the tiles, will allow you to welcome deities with unique powers!
- Simple rules for a game rich in Strategy
- an atypical draft system
- Nice presence on table
- Rauha means "peace" in Finnish, and reflects the absence of direct interaction, without aggression. However, there is a permanent indirect interaction on several aspects of the game.
- playable from 2 to 5 players with the same interest and without modification of rules.