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Spartacus: A Game of Blood & Treachery

Spartacus: A Game of Blood & Treachery

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Spartacus: A Game of Blood & Treachery is an exciting game of twisted schemes and bloody combats inspired by the hit STARZ Original series. Players assume the role of the Dominus of a great house competing for influence in the era of ancient Rome. Players vie for dominance through careful diplomacy, cunning intrigues and the glory of the Arena. Undermine the machinations of rivals, leverage your wealth for advantage at market and pit your gladiators in bloody contest all with the goal of seeing your house rise to supremacy. Spartacus: A Game of Blood and Treachery combines the excitment of the hit TV show with compelling gameplay appealing to fans and gamers alike. Plots & Schemes: Mastermind schemes and undermine your rivals with cards from your hand. Betrayal and treachery are the weapons of choice for every Dominus. Marketplace: Gold greases the wheels of power. Bid against your opponents in the open market; acquire the best new prospects for the Arena! Blood on the Sand: Pit your champion against your enemy's and wager on the results. The path to victory leads across the sacred sands of the Arena! Contains: - 1 game board - 4 house cards - 62 market cards - 104 intrigue cards - 148 tokens - 26 dice - 4 gladiator figures - 1 rulebook

  • Spartacus: A Game of Blood & Treachery
  • Three main phases occur in each game round of Spartacus
  • The Intrigue Phase, The Market Phase & The Arena Phase
  • Fighters who emerge from the arena victorious gain Favor and their Dominus gain Influence.
  • The goal of the game is to become the most influential house
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