Aether Captains - Clockwork Cabal

i know ... i know. i've been posting about a lot of board games lately. the garden is starting to wake up and it is now sunny enough in the evening to take some photos of food again. for now, if you'll indulge me, i'll post some images of one new game i completed today.

Aether Captains: Clockwork Cabal

As a Free Captain, adventurer, and member of the Society of Clockwork Engineers, you travel across the breadth of Arkady. Recently, you find yourself in the back room of Rasmuson's Bookshop in the heart of Easley by the River. There, on shelves heavy with dust, you find a leather bound volume and from between it’s pages a letter drops. Its author describes a fabled ancient brass clock and navigation device, the Antikythera, whose 6 parts were disassembled and hidden in the city of Val Justinia to prevent it from falling into the hands of a shadowy cabal operating within the S.C.E's very halls. The letter goes on to say that if the cabal and its allies, the Federation of Air Pirates, were to discover this device, they could wreak untold havoc, potentially circumnavigate the globe and attack Arkady’s eastern border.

At first you dismiss this letter as rumor and hoax but rumors have a way of sometimes becoming truth...
Clockwork Cabal is a game for one player lasting about 20 minutes. You win by finding all 6 parts of the Antikytheria before time runs out.

examples of the city sector cards:

the 4 player cards:

examples of the various location cards:

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