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In the beginning was the formless Dao.
For ages beyond counting, there was neither form nor sense.
At once, the Dao became the form of the Master, the Way Made Flesh.
Before him was a book, the Book of Beginnings and Endings.
The Way Made Flesh took up the Book, and spoke the Worlds of the Dao.
From the Word was made manifest the World, in its infinite complexity.
The Word was spoken, and in thunder and storm, the Book was consumed.
Its wisdom destroyed in an instant, there remained of it only one fragment - The Formless Pearl.
The Master, the Way Made Flesh, took the Pearl into safe-keeping,
and drifted away back into Heaven to observe the cycles of the universe.
Demonslayer: The Siege of Mt, Kunlun is what is called a 'deck-building game,' for four players. The game is based on the story "Warriors of Magic Mountain." Each player takes control of one Sect of the Kunlun Immortals, and they must compete with each other in defeating the dread forces of the Heart-Eaters. By defeating the Heart-Eaters, each player accumulates Cultivation. At the end of the game, once all the Heart-Eaters are defeated, the player with the most Cultivation is the winner. This English-language version of the game already incorporates one expansion, called The Alchemist's Fortune. In time, we will release new expansions for you to enjoy, incorporating more players, more cards, more options, more strategy, and most of all - more fun.
These volume discounts are in addition to sale and special offer prices.
Spirit Games (Est. 1984, Lefglow Ltd) - Supplying role playing games (RPG), wargames rules, miniatures and scenery, new and traditional board and card games for the last 35 years
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