MICHAEL KIESLING RETURNS TO PORTUGAL WITH - AZUL: STAINED GLASS OF SINTRA!
After furnishing the Palace of Evora, King Manuel I of Portugal now seeks to commission the world's greatest stained glass artisans to adorn the windows of the Royal Palace in Sintra.
As a stained glass artisan, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to demonstrate your exquisite abilities for king and country.
Will you be the best at creating the most beautiful stained glass in all of Portugal?
Welcome back to the world of Azul!
• 9 Factory Displays
• 4 Palace Boards
• 32 Pattern Strips
• 4 Glaziers
• 8 Markers
• 100 Pane Pieces
• 1 Scoring Board
• 1 Starting Player Tile
• 1 Bag
• 1 Glass Tower
• 1 Rulebook
2 - 4 Players
30 -45 Minutes of Playing Time
Designed by Michael Kiesling
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Near Mint condition cards show minimal or no wear from play or handling and will have an unmarked surface, crisp corners, and otherwise pristine edges outside of minimal handling. Near Mint condition cards appear 'fresh out of the pack,' with edges and surfaces virtually free from all flaws. ''
Lightly Played condition cards can have slight border or corner wear, or possibly minor scratches. No major defects are present, and there are less than 4 total flaws on the card. Lightly Played condition foils may have slight fading or indications of wear on the card face. ''
Moderately Played condition cards have moderate wear, or flaws apparent to the naked eye. Moderately Played condition cards can show moderate border wear, mild corner wear, water damage, scratches , creases or fading, light dirt buildup, or any combination of these defects. ''
Heavily Played condition cards exhibit signs of heavy wear. Heavily Played condition cards may include cards that have significant creasing, folding, severe water damage, heavy whitening, heavy border wear, and /or tearing. ''
Damaged condition cards show obvious tears, bends, or creases that could make the card illegal for tournament play, even when sleeved. Damaged condition cards have massive border wear, possible writing or major inking (ex. white-bordered cards with black-markered front borders), massive corner wear, prevalent scratching, folds, creases or tears. ''