By Peer Sylvester, Peter Dennis
The King is lifeless is a board video game of politics and tool struggles in the dead of night Arthurian Britain for two to four players.
King Arthur is useless. The state is split. The Saxons are coming.
The video game is determined in Britain simply after the demise of King Arthur. gamers are power claimants to the throne who function behind the curtain manipulating the facility held by means of a number of factions, to ensure that in any case, they've got the main impact within the strongest faction. it's a harmful video game, in spite of the fact that, and if the gamers reason an excessive amount of chaos, they're going to go away the door open for Saxon Invasion.
Now, greater than ever, Britain wishes a ruler who can unite the dominion, yet who will take the crown? avid gamers paintings backstage, marshalling their constrained assets to offer energy to competing factions and achieve effect inside their ranks. avid gamers owe loyalty in basic terms to themselves, even though, are unfastened to shift their allegiances as they see healthy. Whoever has the main impact over the main strong faction will rule Britain from the shadows. yet be cautious - an excessive amount of infighting will provide the Saxons a gap and positioned the total country is at risk.