In seven harbors you shall establish settlements, build ships and collect sacred crystals. Sail your ships upstream to the temples of the winds to offer sacrifices. Or send your prophet on a journey across the sacred mountain to invoke Olympus and tell of your great deeds. By cleverly combining sailing cards, your ships will set out on their journey. On the way, your windbag fills up. Use it wisely and keep an eye on the other sailors - because on the islands of the winds you are constantly fighting against time.
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These are the action cards
The God of Wind will make your ships glide through the waters with great speed! When you play this card, you immediately receive three wind tiles and one victory point.
If you use the god of light, he will light your way. Move your prophet one space to the next platform or to a temple. You only have to give up one wind tile.
The god of wealth and abundance gives you a colored crystal from the game board with this card. And that without being present at the corresponding port.
The Goddess of the Hunt helps you chase or outrun your teammates. You may use this card to move ships two spaces upstream. Pay for it with a breeze of wind.
The Goddess represents wisdom and strategy - and that's how you should use this card. By surrendering a wind token, you can perform any port action without the use of a sail card or a presence in the port.
The messenger of the gods is also called the god of travelers. With his help you can influence your sailing value. By increasing or decreasing this value, you can reach your destination flexibly and quickly.
The Goddess of Family helps you to settle down. With this card you can build a settlement at any port. Or you get five victory points.
The mighty Father of the Gods gives you a ship - or a whopping five victory points - when you play this card.
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