Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell: A Board Game of English Magic

€30.17
After centuries of absence, magic has returned to England, but not all are using it for good... Take on the role of an aspiring magician and start your journey down the path to greatness. Collect rare books, flit between social engagements, and impress your peers with feats of magic. Be careful to strike a balance between your studies and your status, for the gentleman with the thistle-down hair has plans of his own, and it will take all of your strength to stop him.
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After centuries of absence, magic has returned to England, but not all are using it for good...

Take on the role of an aspiring magician and start your journey down the path to greatness. Collect rare books, flit between social engagements, and impress your peers with feats of magic. Be careful to strike a balance between your studies and your status, for the gentleman with the thistle-down hair has plans of his own, and it will take all of your strength to stop him.

In Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell: A Board Game of English Magic, players take on the role of four principle characters from the novel — Jonathan Strange, Mr. Norrell, Miss Redruth, or John Segundus — and travel around England and Europe, attending social engagements and performing feats of magic in the hope of becoming the most celebrated magician of the age.

On their travels they encounter a host of familiar characters, from the jovial Mr. Honeyfoot and beautiful Lady Pole to the extraordinary Stephan Black and the enthusiastic Lord Portishead. All the while, they must build up their magical abilities as the gentleman with the thistle-down hair is weaving his magic in the background and must be stopped for any player to have a chance of claiming victory.

Osprey Games
SS-OSP-JS01
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Data sheet

Minimum number of players
2
Maximum number of players
4
Age
14+
Playing time
60 - 90 minutes
Language
English
Language dependent
Limited text usage
Designer
Marco Maggi
Designer
Francesco Nepitello
How many players?
For 2
How many players?
Small groups (2-4)
Artist
Ian O’Toole