Kemet

£44.50

Build your army and dominate Egypt in this war board game of Kemet. Will you rush for points or power first? The choice is yours!

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Description

Kemet is a war board game where 2-5 players aged 13 years or over will play as Egyptian Gods and build a powerful army to dominate the entirety of Egypt. Players will deploy troops of an Egyptian tribe to help score points throughout battles and invasions.

Kemet will take place over the two phases known as day and night. Throughout the day players will have a choice of actions to perform immediately. After every player has taken their five actions the night phase begins. Start by gathering prayer points from temples, drawing cards, and determining the best turn order before the next day!

Kemet Gameplay

In games of Kemet players will deploy troops of an Egyptian tribe as well as using mystical powers of the gods to score points in battles and invasions.

Games are played to 8 or 10 victory points which will be earned by controlling temples, winning attacks, sacrificing to the gods, wielding particular magical power and controlling fully-developed pyramids.

Win the game by earning eight victory points, remember lots of victory points are considered temporary and will be taken from you in just the blink of an eye.

Game Components

Find the full list of game components for Kemet below:

  • Game Board
  • Rulebook
  • Card Index
  • Power Tiles x48
  • Creatures x7
  • Divine Intervention Cards x35
  • Special Battle Cards x2
  • Victory Points x53
  • Silver Tokens x3
  • Golden Action Token
  • Units x12
  • Battle Cards x6
  • Individual Player Board
  • Pyramids x3
  • Action Tokens x5
  • Prayer Point Marker
  • Order Marker

Additional information

Weight 1.86 kg
Supplier Code

MTG642041

Min Players

2

Max Players

5

Complexity

Moderate

Theme

Ancient Civilizations

Pack Size

1

Stock Location

SF

Supplier

Asmodee

Brand

Matagot

Game Length

Long (Over 90 mins)

EAN

3760146640436

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