Ethnos Board Game

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Article code 889696003010
Unite the Scattered Tribes of Ethnos and Lead Them Into a New Age!
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Designer Paolo Mori
Year 2017
Number of Players 2-6
Time 60 mins
Ages 14+
Mechanics Area Control / Area Influence, Card Drafting, Hand Management, Set Collection
Theme Fantasy

Ethnos is a mythical realm filled with creatures big and small. As the last Age ended, war and revolt left the inhabitants without someone to lead them into their future. Giants, Dwarves, Elves, and Centaurs have not traditionally gotten along, but a leader is a diplomat as much as a warrior. Now, you’ll have to bring the residents of Ethnos together under one rule. Over the course of three Ages, you will gather followers and convince them to band together to conquer the six Kingdoms. Featuring a classic design by Paolo Mori and breathtaking illustrations by legendary artist John Howe, Ethnos transports you to a world on the brink of disaster. Only a steady hand and a pure heart will be able to lead the inhabitants of Ethnos into the future. 

The Designs of a Leader

Paolo Mori has a reputation of designing brilliant games that consistently break the mold. In Ethnos, he's found a way to create a game that is completely modern but has the feel of a classic.

A Land to Revisit

In each game of Ethnos, you'll use only six of the twelve different Tribes. The combinations and results of the games will vary wildly, begging players to revisit often to see how each new game will unfold.

Tribal Art

John Howe is one of the most respected and accomplished fantasy artists in the world today. He has created iconic images for some of the best storytellers of all time. With Ethnos, he's created a world that jumps from the tabletop into the imagination of the players.


Contents

  • 1 Main Game Board
  • 156 Control Markers
  • 18 Glory Tokens
  • 156 Tribe Cards
  • 12 Setup Cards
  • 3 Dragon Cards
  • 1 Double-Sided Merfolk Board
  • 6 Orc Horde Boards
  • 1 Double-Sided Giant Token
  • 6 Troll Tokens
  • 1 Rulebook

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