A Feast for Odin Mini XP 1

A Feast for Odin Mini XP 1
Code: FEASTODXP1

Push even farther into the unknown with Lofoten, Orkney, and Tierra del Fuego, the first mini-expansion for the critically acclaimed A Feast for Odin! With two new exploration boards that take you to far-flung locales, you can unlock more options than ever before. Send your Vikings to the archipelago of Lofoten, the Orkney Islands, or as far south as Tierra del Fuego and discover the possibilities that await you there.
 
Players1 to 4
Age12 and up
Time120 minutes
Designer(s)Gernot Kopke
PublisherZ-Man Games

Weight75 gm
Sleeve sizen/a

Your PriceMYR35.00
Retail PriceMYR39.00
You saveMYR4.00


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Push even farther into the unknown with Lofoten, Orkney, and Tierra del Fuego, the first mini-expansion for the critically acclaimed A Feast for Odin

With two new exploration boards that take you to far-flung locales, you can unlock more options than ever before. Send your Vikings to the archipelago of Lofoten, the Orkney Islands, or as far south as Tierra del Fuego and discover the possibilities that await you there. Each of these boards gives you the opportunity to score more points, generate additional income, and obtain new bonuses if you can fill them with the goods you have plundered. These lands offer a bountiful treasure to anyone brave enough to discover them. Boldly set sail and continue your saga!
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