Avalon Game Company
The crystal felt warm as you picked it up. Fire, you thought, as you explored with your mind the power trapped within. As you stood there, flames began to grow about your clenched fist, rising from the crystal. You had been searching a long time for a crystal of flames, and now you held one tightly before you. The dragon you had just summoned roared with delight as it stood towering behind you, for it could feel your growing might. Now you had the final key, the power to defeat you long time foes and rivals. Soon the fools that had stood in your way for so long would weep at your feet.
Soon you would be the new Crystalmancer and the world would be yours to rule.
Crystalmancer is a strategy card game of magic, power, luck and politics. A game where players struggle to be the first to hold enough of the mystic crystals to rule world, for he that holds enough crystals is the one and only true Crystalmancer. Players will take on the role of a mighty wizard, one that seeks to collect the many mystic crystals that lay about the fantasy landscape. These crystals hold magic power, power that will allow you to summon great magic, and to control mighty beasts. Crystals are thus used to wage mystical war on your foes, all in the hope of defeating them and their own goal of possessing the needed crystals to become your master instead of you becoming theirs.
Crystalmancer is an exciting game for 2 to 6 players. The game comes with enough cards (Well over 150 full-color cards) for everyone to have a great time as they try to outthink, outplay and outlast their friends.
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