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In this original and distinct game expanding from the world of XIG: The Four Elements, players challenge each other to complete a Sorcerers Sword while battling to control the rings of the four elements—Earth, Fire, Water, and Air.

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XIG is a tile-laying game where players try to be the first to complete their own pathway—based on one of four elements: Earth, Water, Fire, and Air—as quickly as possible by laying down puzzle-piece style tiles. There are also cards that can help you advance or hinder your opponent. The pathways...



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