20
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60
Players
2
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2
Time
Age
12
+

Description

"My next several hours were spent learning how to play tak. Even if I had not been nearly mad with idleness, I would have enjoyed it. Tak is the best sort of game: simple in its rules, complex in its strategy. Bredon beat me handily in all five games we played, but I am proud to say that he never beat me the same way twice." -Kvothe

Tak is a two-player abstract strategy game dreamed up by Pat Rothfuss in "The Wise Man's Fear" and made reality by James Ernest. In Tak, players attempt to make a road of their pieces connecting two opposite sides of the board.

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About Tak: A Beautiful Game
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Australian Tabletop Gaming Network
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September 29, 2018 9:48 PM
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About Tak: A Beautiful Game

About Tak: A Beautiful Game

4 min Article

 It was first mentioned as a fictional game in Rothfuss’ second novel in the King Killer Chronicle: The Wise Man’s Fear, where it served as a popular game in the fantasy world like chess or checkers.

 It was first mentioned as a fictional game in Rothfuss’ second novel in the King Killer Chronicle: The Wise Man’s Fear, where it served as a popular game in the fantasy world like chess or checkers.

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