Magistrar: The game world
The magicians in comparison
Aurora – comes from the 1st great mage house of MAGISTRAR, the Imperica - a mage guild with centuries of tradition and the ability to magically influence the energies of the Earth. As the most gifted of her bloodline, Aurora fights for the glory and prestige of her family.
Wotan – is as mighty as the giant trees of his homeland. According to legend, he was found as a newborn in the root system of a huge sequoia. Nature is his element, in the woods he is said to possess unimaginable powers and to be invincible. How good that the Magicus Pugna takes place on neutral ground.
Silas – The experienced magician Silas comes from the 2nd great magician house of MAGISTRAR, the Lucemia. However, he has long since retired to a castle in the mountains. Exactly what studies he conducts here, no one knows. However, the powerful spells with which he competes in the Magicus Pugna are unparalleled.
Bahar – Not much is known about Bahar, the secretive mage from the vast, arid desert plains of MAGISTRAR. She moves as lightly as the wind, and a mysterious aura of stillness surrounds her petite appearance. Supposedly, she draws strength from the balance that rests deep within her. Is this the calm before the storm?
Die Magier im Vergleich
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“Illustrations & material are great! It's very easy to learn, you can develop some nice strategies and with the mage & duel cards you also have variety between rounds. It's the perfect game to play a few rounds against each other when you don't have much time. I really like it a lot.”
Olli, Game Critic @lordoftheboard1976
“It is a really good game! The mechanics work flawlessly, the material is very good and the illustrations are also very praiseworthy.”
„We had a lot of fun with this game. Magistrar is a fast and entertaining two player fighting game. The rules are easy to learn and the game is therefore both good to play for fun with the family or more seriously with friends.“
Jan, Game Critic @theboardgameplayer