Explorers of the North Sea & The North Sea Runesaga Release!

Complete your trilogy with
Explorers of the North Sea and
The North Sea Runesaga
on Jan. 4th 2018!

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Available for pre-order now at
Hobby Retail Stores across North America.

Official release: January 4th, 2018

Explorers of the North Sea is set in the latter years of the Viking Age. As ambitious sea captains, players seek out new lands to settle and control. They will need to transport their crew among the newly discovered islands to capture livestock, construct outposts and fulfill various other goals. So ready the longships, there are new horizons to explore!

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The aim of Explorers of the North Sea is to become the most prestigious Captain through clever planning and navigation. Players gain Victory Points (VP) by controlling Islands, delivering Livestock, raiding Settlements, constructing Outposts and destroying Enemy Ships. The game ends at the dawn of winter. At this point, the player with the most Victory Points is declared the winner!

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Available for pre-order now at
Hobby Retail Stores across North America.

Official release: January 4th, 2018

Build mighty longships , raid nearby settlements,  navigate the wild seas and discover new horizons. Players will be competing in an epic competition to collect the most runestones and earn the highly coveted title of Chieftain.

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The North Sea Runesaga is an epic competition for 2-4 players to collect the most Runestones and earn the highly coveted title of Chieftain. Players will progress through each chapter of the North Sea saga (Shipwrights, Raiders and Explorers).

Once all 3 chapters have been played, the player with the most Runestones is the overall winner and takes the title of Chieftain!

*This is not a standalone game.
The following games are required to play The North Sea Runesaga:
Shipwrights of the North Sea
Raiders of the North Sea
Explorers of the North Sea

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