Pax Pamir - Power & Empire in Afghanistan, 1823-1845, designed by Cole Wehrle and Phil Eklund

Price: € 32,00
including VAT but not including shipping costs


Product delivers starting Oct 21 2015.

Pax Pamir is a cardgame for 2 to 5 players taking place in Afghanistan, 1823-1845. Assume the role of an Afghan tribal leader navigating the winds of colonial power in “The Great Game”. If either the Russian or British Empire is able to achieve supremacy, you win if you have the most influence in that empire.

What is a "paxgame"? Everyone knows what a wargame is: players assume Napoleon-like roles representing nations and maneuvering pawns across a mapfield. In a "paxgame", the players ARE the pawns. In Pax Pamir, 19th century Afghanistan is simulated as a "buffer region" between two superpowers, where the players manipulate the superpowers to their advantage.

Special: If you order over 200 euros, shipping is free!(Must be in a single order.)

Living and Optional rules here: PAX PAMIR LIVING RULES

Game Length: 2 hours
    Game Material:
  • 120 Cards (political, espionage, financial, and military)
  • 45 money tokens (rupees)
  • 80 various wooden pieces representing tribes, spies, armies, roads
  • Rules and historical background, 28 pages
  • Box (5" X 5" X 1.75")
  • an optional mounted folding mapboard of Aghanistan can be ordered separately. here.

Pax Pamir Spanish rules are available here: PAX PAMIR ESPAÑOL


€ 32,00  including VAT but not including shipping costs