Throw dice and have your armies roll across the map.
Play cards to change the tide of the battle and the course of history.
This simple board game of global conquest plays fast and fun with tactical texture and flavor provided by cards featuring history's greatest warlords.
22x17" mounted mapboard 100 cubes (25 in each of 4 colors) 8 pawns (2 in each of 4 colors) 50 card conqueror deck 6 dice 8 page rulebook 10 clear glass beads 10 black glass beads
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