Pretty Warriors vs. The Chaos Gem
Pretty Warrior vs. The Chaos Gem is a board game by Emily Johnstone about magical girls trying to defeat an evil villain. One player assumes the role of that villain, the Empress of Chaos, and acts as the game master, and controller of time. The other players assume the role of a magical girl warrior, playing as a team. The Empress controls the board, hurling various obstacle cards at the team in an attempt to weaken them, and the team of magical warriors must work together to overcome them. Too many failed activities will result in the Empress of Chaos taking over the world. But if our magical girls are communicating and in sync they will be able to defeat the Empress and bring peace and harmony to the world.
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