Pax Pamir

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Rating Summary (8 Total)


Maybe the best bang for your buck wargame that exists. The theme, the interaction with other players, and the mechanics all work wonderfully together.


This is actually a negotiation game, which isn't obvious at first. While it can certainly be played without cutting deals, building coalitions, and extorting your opponents, the game state kind of devolves into a Pax Porfiriana-like chaos machine if players can't recognize it. If two players share a loyalty and others are loyal to different factions, the two off-faction players are compelled to work together to stop the naturally-allied players. Better than Pax Porfiriana, not as good as Pax Renaissance, but more restrictive in player count than either. Trade condition notes: Excellent condition. Rulebook must be printed out from SMG's website, since the rules that came with the game are out of date (typical of SMG's rules).


Will this be better than Porfiriana? Looks good...