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Odin's Ravens

A mythical race game for 2 players. Spiel (elektr.)
ToysNon-Book
English
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Cover TextEvery morning Odin sends his ravens, Huginn and Muninn, across the entire world to bring back news of what life is like on Earth. Naturally, after thousands of years, they've gotten a little competitive... Race through the landscape in opposite directions to be the first to return to Odin.
SummaryEvery morning Odin sends his ravens, Huginn and Muninn, across the world to bring back news of what life is like on Earth. Naturally, after thousands of years, they've gotten a little competitive.Race through the landscape in opposite directions to be the first to return to Odin. Focus on speed, or enlist the help of the trickster god Loki to create shortcuts and hinder your opponent. Can you be certain Loki's changes won't help your opponent instead? There's only one way to find out!This revised edition of Thorsten Gimmler's award-winning game has been completely redesigned, with new rules and a beautiful new art style inspired by Norse mythology. 2 PlayersPlaying Time: 20-30 minutesAges 8+
Details
ISBN/GTIN978-1-4728-1503-3
Product TypeToys
BindingNon-Book
Publishing year2016
Publishing date01/07/2016
LanguageEnglish
SizeWidth 159 mm, Height 221 mm, Thickness 35 mm
Weight316 g
Article no.24024199

Content/Review

PrefaceA new edition of a classic game, perfect for couples and families. Take on the role of a mythical raven in a race around the world, using your cards to speed your journey or play tricks upon your opponent!

Author

Thorsten Gimmler (born 1966) is a game designer and electrical engineer who has been employed as a product manager for Schmidt games since 2005. His game Thief of Baghdad was nominated for the Spiel des Jahres award in 2007.Johan Egerkrans is a Swedish illustrator who has been drawing monsters since he was able to pick up a pencil. He has worked as a professional illustrator for more than 15 years, providing illustrations and concept art for games, comics, films, fashion and books. In 2013 he wrote and illustrated Nordiska Vaesen, a book about creatures in Scandinavian folklore, which has sold more than 30,000 copies in Sweden alone. Johan lives and works in Stockholm.
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