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Lost: The Board GameLost: The Board Game was designed by Keith Tralins, and was published by Cardinal Games. It is based during Season One and Season Two. You play the role of one of 17 characters, listed below:

Equipment fate cardThe board is created by the players, where they can arrange up to 75 location tiles. There are two types of tiles: Shoreline tiles and Inner Island tiles. They are randomly placed, face down, making each game different.

There are three types of Fate Cards: Events, Encounters, and Equipment. Events are actions players can use for their benefit. Encounters are situations that must be dealt with, such as a fight against the polar bears, or meeting the Monster. Equipment cards are items a character can possess, giving them additional abilities.

Each player starts off with one character. They explore the island by traveling to another tile. Fate cards are revealed on certain tiles, and are used, unless it is an event card. If two characters occupy the same tile, they can engage them to lead them, or steal their Fate Cards. Victory is achieved by leading all the characters on the Island, or accomplishing the "win condition" of the character.

Lost: The Board Game has an official website, which includes a full list of instructions, FAQ's, additional features to the game, and more.
Link: http://lostboardgame.com/

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