Lords of Xidit



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A strategic piece-placement board game where 3-5 players compete to defeat plagues of monsters, incorporating a simple programming play mechanic.

The Black Southern Host has arisen, corrupting the hearts of the indigenous creatures. Afflicted by a mysterious sickness, they are attacking human cities. The last remaining hope for restoring peace to Xidit lies with the Kingdom’s noble heirs, the Idrakys. As one of them, you must roam the Kingdom recruiting brave soldiers and reclaiming threatened cities. Your bravery will not go unrewarded: accumulate wealth, send bards to sing your praises, and build Sorcerers’ Guilds!

Lords of Xidit features simultaneous programming and an elimination-based scoring system that leaves no room for complacency! In more detail, at the end of the game players compare their influence in one category and the player with the least influence is eliminated and his pieces removed from the board; players then compare influence in another category, with a player again being removed. The order of elimination is randomly determined at the start of play, forcing you to thinking in different ways each game.

A new, exciting and fun game from the designer of Seasons and the makers of Dixit.

Prepare to ride out, Idrakys, and forge your legend!

Designer: Régis Bonnessée
Publisher: Libellud
Player numbers: 3-5 players
Recommended Age: 14+
Game Time: 90 mins

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Product Contents:

  • 70 Unit miniatures
  • 75 Sorcerers’ Guild Story figurines
  • 100 Bard tokens
  • 35 Gold Sovereign tokens
  • 39 City tiles
  • 6 Titan tiles
  • 5 Programming boards
  • 5 Order tokens
  • 5 Idrakys cutouts and bases
  • 5 Screens
  • 18 Score tokens
  • 2 Empty tokens
  • 3 Assessment tiles
  • 3 Calendar tiles
  • 1 Game Board showing the Kingdom of Xidit
  • 1 Dummy Player Board with three tokens
  • 1 Bastion
  • 1 First Player token
  • Rulebook
  • 1 map of the Kingdom of Xidit


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