Life and death come and go like marionettes dancing on a table. Once their strings are cut, they easily crumble.
What we see now is like a dim image in a mirror. Then we shall see face to face.
Today I just got back from a trip to Florence. Everything Medici there has whetted my appetite for this game.
Does anyone have any suggested reading to enrich the gaming experience?
I am thinking about reading The House of Medici by Christopher Hibbert.
Anything else come to the mind of you Renaissance scholars out there in BGG land?
April blood - Lauro Martines