I was looking for a good birthday gift for my eleven year old son with his select interests and this game suggested by the search caught my eye. He LOVES history and is fascinated by kings and wars. It took us about half an hour to understand the strategies and logic. This is a really fun family game, each game easily lasts two hours, and very different from others. Very realistic too with the wood, stone and gold resources instead of currency. I like the unique advantage each king has and the several ways to get stars. It's quite challenging to be plotting battles and transactions and checking who gets resources every turn as per their camps. One feedback is to increase the numbers of each resource and army units. Last game we kept running out of swordsmen and has to swap with calvary for the strengths.
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