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2024 Game Schedule

Games Point Leader Board



Mark Smith (74 points)
Barry Smith (50 points)
Jonathan Hagmaier (38 points)
James Jordon (30 points)
Rick Kirchner (30 points)
Nathan Twigg (22 points)
Michael Frey (20 points)
Nick Benedict (20 points)
John Emery (10 points)
Kevin Sudy (10 points)
Kirk Harris (10 points)
Mike Reiner (10 points)
Scott Pfeiffer (10 points)
Sean Smallman (10 points)
Shane McBee (10 points)
Cliff Flachsenha (10 points)
Benjamin Collinson (8 points)
Keith Altizer (7 points)
Luca Allaria (6 points)
Mac Willingham (3 points)
Henry Russel (2points)
Scott Hodgson (2 points)
Patrick Duffy (1 point)

Description: Britannia is a historical board game that broadly depicts the millennia-long struggle for control of England, Scotland, and Wales. The game begins with the Roman invasion of 43 A.D., continues through the many struggles between Angles, Saxons, Picts, Norsemen, Scots, Irish, and other tribes, and ends with the Norman invasion of 1066. Britannia allows players to re-create this epic history, re-enacting important battles in some cases, altering the course of history in others. The game rules discourage players from making historically unrealistic moves, but also give players the freedom to alter Great Britain’s history in important ways, creating countless interesting “what if?” scenarios. What if Boudicca’s Revolt against the Romans had been more successful? What if the Romans and the Romano-British had repelled the Saxon invasions of the 5th and 6th centuries? What if William the Conqueror had died during the Norman invasion of 1066? In Britannia, the players will determine the destiny of a kingdom.
Duration: 4 hrs

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