SeaFall: A Legacy Game
Fantasy Flight Games
Explore the coastal islands. Discover lost civilizations. Sail the open sea in search of new lands. Uncover long buried secrets. Sail until the sea falls off the edge of the world!
SeaFall is a 'Legacy' board game designed by board game industry veteran Rob Daviau. Like the players who play them, Legacy games 'remember' what happen from game to game. Player choices have irreversible impact on the game world as the game board changes, cards are modified and sealed packs are opened revealing twists and turns in an epic storyline.
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