Pax Emancipation

Pax Emancipation
Code: PAXEMAN

Assign warships to blockade slave ports or intercept slave ships, install missions, trading posts, and colonies in foreign lands steeped in serfdom, challenge the institution of slavery on moral and legal grounds in courts, and sanction underground railroads, slave revolts and revolutions. Play in cooperative-competitive, cooperative, or solitaire modes. If victorious, you achieve the greatest political accomplishment in history: making slavery everywhere illegal. Part of the PAX Series.
 
Players1 to 3
Age14 and up
Time120-240 minutes
Designer(s)Phil Eklund
PublisherSierra Madre

Weight600 gm
Sleeves57x90 (120c)

Your PriceMYR219.00
Retail PriceMYR245.00
You saveMYR26.00


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The 7 wonders of the great civilizations were built by slave-power, and society's need to enslave weaker neighbors went unquestioned for millennia. Until the day an audacious petition was sent to Parliament, not just to end slavery in England, but throughout the entire world! 

In this game, you assume the role of an abolitionist during the Age of Enlightenment, either a Parliamentarian, an evangelical, or a private philanthropist. Assign warships to blockade slave ports or intercept slave ships, install missions, trading posts, and colonies in foreign lands steeped in serfdom, challenge the institution of slavery on moral and legal grounds in courts, and sanction underground railroads, slave revolts and revolutions. 

Play in cooperative-competitive, cooperative, or solitaire modes. If victorious, you achieve the greatest political accomplishment in history: making slavery everywhere illegal.

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