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Anno Domini 1666 is a swashbuckling board game of intrigue and mystery, set in alternative reality 17th century Vienna.
Anno Domini 1666 is a swashbuckling board game of intrigue and mystery, set in alternative reality 17th century Vienna.
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7 hours!

Posted by Wargamer Games Studio LTD (Creator)
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Dear backers,

We need just a little bit more than $ 5000 to unlock Rabbi and Golem (please remember we'll counting support from the Polish crowdfunding platform too and HERE you can see the total).

Here is their story

Nathan ben Moses Hannover is in his seventies. Nobody knows where or when exactly he was born. Some say Cracow, others say Germany. Having received proper education, he worked as a teacher at the synagogue in Iziaslav. During the Chmielnicki Uprising the city fell, got halfway burned to the ground, the Polish nobility graves defiled, Catholic churches demolished and the synagogue turned into a stable. Nathan fled along with most of the city population. The remaining 200 Jews who stayed, either because of old age, poor health, or putting to much trust in their neighbors, were killed by the Cossacks. Nathan escaped the turbulent Ukraine and made his way to Venice via Prague. There he studied the kabbalah lore. A few years ago he went back to Prague, seeing in his prophecies that hard times were coming back for his people. He managed to decipher Rabbi Loew’s notes and find out the secret of creating the golem - a mighty guardian.

We still have 7 hours to unlock them as well as additional scenarios and 'El Capitan'!

 Wargamer Team

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    1. Guoccamolé
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      @Wargamers: Maybe put the combo campaign link (http://ac.oim.wargamer.pl/anno1666/index.php) at the top of the campaign page for easy reference?

    2. Alexandre Lally on

      Capitaine Alatriste! I was surprised I hadn't seen any Spaniards in the arena!