Going on an ocean adventure? Our battle map boats are great for combat on the high seas… or even the occasional great lake.
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P.O. Box 27633
Tempe, AZ 85285
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The Meadowlark is a speedy little vessel perfect for quick trips from port to port or for encounters where you want to keep the players bunched up on the deck when the sharknado comes along. It's approximately 10.5" x 3.5".
Also known as “The King’s Stones” by soldiers and travelers and “Drekbar” by storytellers, this Kingdom Crusaders game was created by the military complex to train and improve strategic combat capability. Your role is to hone your skills as a battle commander. Each battle provides an overhead, schematic floor plan of the battle. Purchase units and place them in strategic positions to defeat your enemy. You win a battle if you defeat all enemies without overspending.
This 17.5" x 5.5" Battle Map Boat comes in 4 pieces so your party can adventure on the high seas above deck, below deck, or in the cabins. We even included 2 rowboats for when wizard drops and ill conceived fireball in the hold full of flour.
The origins of this game in the land of Yggdra have been lost to the ages, but it's said to have originated in the Fey courts as a way for the denizens to trade trinkets without "gifting" each other. It's simplicity makes it a favorite of adventurers and townspeople everywhere.