Oranges or lemons or both? Create a new plantation or extend an existing one? Collect landscape tiles or rather build onto a finca in order to cultivate the most points during the next evaluation?
Citrus provides players with new challenges, and little is left to chance. The moves are simple, but the decisions are tricky. Players build citrus plantations for points, yet in order to build, it’s essential to harvest your plantations from time to time as this is the only way to bring new income into your account – but when is the timing right? And most importantly, which plantation should you harvest, thus taking it out of the race for the important points during the finca scoring?
Citrus is a tile-laying game for 2-5 players ages 10 and up with a playing time of about 50 minutes. The game contains a simplified family variant as well as a short version of the game. Citrus is particularly suitable for two players.
Ultra Pro Opus Illuminated Card Chest
Available in Codex and Dragonhide styles! Invite your friends over to your next card gaming session and dazzle them with some sweet card gaming bling! Introducing Ultra PRO’s Opus Illuminated Card Chest – this unique holder lights up with 4 different color modes that are sure to catch the eyes of everyone sitting down at your gaming table. The Opus is powered by built-in rechargeable batteries (mini USB charging cord not included) and fits two deck trays that sit inside, with each tray holding 100+ cards in Deck Protector sleeves. The Opus Card Chest also includes space for a life pad, pencils/pens, tokens, etc.
- Gamers can store their gaming essentials and light them up at the same time!
- 4 different color modes. White, Red, Green, and Blue, shines through a high-tech “Codex” design
- LEDs are powered by a built-in rechargeable battery (mini USB charger not included)
- 2 deck trays allow for storage of 100+ cards in Deck Protector sleeves each
- Side storage slot holds pens/pencils, dice, etc.
Star Wars Legion: General Veers Commander Expansion
Within the General Veers Commander Expansion for Star Wars: Legion, you’ll find all the materials that you need to add General Veers to your army as a commander—leading an army on his own or standing side-by-side with another Imperial commander, such as Darth Vader. This expansion pack offers an unpainted General Veers miniature and his three personal command cards, inviting you to bring Veers’ personal touch to the Imperial armies that you lead into battle. What’s more, like other Unit Expansions for Star Wars: Legion, this Commander Expansion includes a unit card for General Veers and an assortment of upgrade cards that you can use to equip General Veers or another unit for battle in even the most hostile environments.
Eminent Domain: Oblivion
Your empire has grown vast and powerful, reaching beyond every edge of the galaxy. Now you must ensure the ties that bind your planets do not falter. Assert your dominance in the political arena. Use your clout to advance your agendas. As your borders expand farther and farther, do not let the core of your empire fall into oblivion!
Oblivion is an expansion of Eminent Domain, and cannot be played without the base game. Its focus is on the political aspects of running a space empire, adding a new Politics role and global agendas that affect all players. We recommend that you play the base game several times before incorporating this expansion.
Starfinder: The Thirteenth Gate
The heroes journey deeper into the Vast to find the Gate of Twelve Suns, an alien megastructure consisting of a dozen stars arranged in a perfect circle. However, members of the Cult of the Devourer precede them, and the heroes must contend with the cultists for control of the alien technology found on the single planet orbiting each sun. Only by defeating these foul marauders can the heroes keep the superweapon hidden here out of the wrong hands—though the destructive zealots are far from the only threats found in the system. This is chapter 5 of the Dead Suns Adventure Path.