The other game is from Z-Man Games, Wars of the Roses: Lancaster vs. York. Wars of the Roses tries to incorporate the military, political, economical and religious conflicts that exists in this period of English history. I played it once back at Baycon in 2010 and enjoyed the intrigue the game managed to create.
Both games can host up to four-players and are not an immediately obvious fit to our KoffeeKlub sessions since we normally have five-players. Still, I'm sure we can work something out and get them both to that table.
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