Fire, air, earth, and water: To these Greek classical elements, established centuries ago, Aristotle added a fifth element — aether — as the quintessential, most perfect element, the stuff that stars are made of.
To win Quintessential: The Fifth Element, you must combine the more common classic elements to produce the elusive fifth element. The game is divided into a series of rounds, with cards, worker tokens, and dice as elements. All players begin as elementary students of alchemy. You draw from a common store of knowledge and share a laboratory, but it's up to you to determine how best to combine the elements available to you. The first player to collect five fifth element dice wins.