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# 00000 - 1987 Cathedral 4th Edition game Robert Moore $79.95
                                     Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1987 Cathedral 4th Edition game Robert Moore $69.95
                                     Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1987 Cathedral 4th Edition game Robert Moore $63.95
                                     Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Cathedral game  4th Edition
©1987, Robert Moore
Ages: 10 and Up
Players: 2
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1 Wooden game board
29 Wooden pieces (see listing)
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Game Piece Listing
1 Light gray cathedral
14 Dark-colored pieces
2 Taverns
2 Stables
2 Inns
1 Bridge
1 Manor
1 Square
1 Abbey
1 Infirmary
1 Castle
1 Tower
1 Academy
14 Light colored pieces
2 Taverns
2 Stables
2 Inns
1 Bridge
1 Manor
1 Square
1 Abbey
1 Infirmary
1 Castle
1 Tower
1 Academy
Game Contents
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Game Board with pieces
Picture from the Boardgamegeek
The Strategy Game
of the Medieval City
DESCRIPTION - from the game
Cathedral is an entertaining yet thought provoking game of strategy for adults
and older children, "Cathedral" is based on the concept of a Medieval city
surrounded by a wall.  It symbolises the development of a city in the way
that chess symbolises a battle.  Each player has a set of pieces representing
buildings which they attempt to place within the walls of the city.  Parts of
the city may be claimed by a player for his own pieces and opponents pieces
may be captured.
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