Seasons of Inis reinvents gameplay for Inis

Seasons of Inis, the soon to be released expansion by Matagot, has a lot to offer to fans of Inis.  Seasons of Inis is an expansion comprised of five very different modules that fans can add to Inis, customizing the game as they see fit. The first module is the addition of an extra player, including action cards and complementary pieces. With a fifth player, competition for leadership will be intent and the battles will be epic. The second module, called We Want a King, shortens the game by avoiding multiple ties for victory if the Brenn is not involved.  This module is ideal for 5-player games but it may also be used in 3- or 4-player games. The third module, The Seasons of Inis, introduces seasonal festivals and climate conditions.  As the seasons change, different climatic conditions affect player actions. Everything tends to slow down in winter while spring issues a renewal phase. Players will need to adapt their strategies to the cycle of the seasons. The fourth module, Sea Travel, introduces a new type of territory: the island.  Players can build harbors on a territory, enabling them to travel on the sea to any other territory with a harbor, including other harbors on the main land. Lastly, the fifth module includes 15 new Epic Tale cards to add to the Epic Tale deck.  

Seasons of Inis is available for pre-order now and is expected to be released soon.  Contents include Season board, Season marker, 5 Season reference cards, 2 updated Action cards (replacing those from the base game), 4 new Action cards (5th player), 1 Pretender token (5th player), 12 clan figures (5th player), 15 new Epic Tale cards, 6 new territories & 1 updated territory tile, 6 new corresponding Advantage cards, 9 Harbor tiles, 1 Deed tokens, 1 Macha’s Curse token, 1 Fili token, 5 Banshee tokens, and 1 King tile.

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