Sekigahara: The Unification of Japan
The battle of Sekigahara, fought in 1600 at a crossroads in Japan, unified that nation under the Tokugawa family for more than 250 years.
- No dice are used
- Cards represent loyalty and motivation. Without a matching card, an army will not enter battle.
- Allegiance is represented by hand size, which fluctuates each turn.
- Battles are a series of deployments, from hidden unit stacks, based on hidden loyalty factors. Loyalty Challenge cards create potential defection events.
Awards & Honours:
2012 Golden Geek Best Wargame Winner
2012 Golden Geek Best Wargame Nominee
2011 Golden Geek Best Wargame Nominee
2011 Charles S. Roberts Best Board Game Graphics Nominee
2011 Charles S. Roberts Best Ancient to Napoleonic Era Board Wargame Winner
2011 Charles S. Roberts Best Ancient to Napoleonic Era Board Wargame Nominee
What’s in the box? Sekigahara Contents:
119 wooden pieces
1 and 1/2 sticker sheets
Two-player aid cards