Warrior Cards – Occupy the Serpent Stones of the Yaotitlan. Use your warrior cards to initiate the starting point of a Nahualli attack, defend your Teotl Stones and capture your opponent’s Teotl Stones.
Nahualli Strike Cards – Launched from an active warrior card on the Yaotitlan, Nahualli Spirit Animal Strike Cards are played on an opposing warrior card and may affect up to two additional opposing warrior cards. Affected warrior cards are removed from the battlefield to the discard pile.
Nahualli Capture Cards – Launched from an active warrior card on the Yaotitlan, Nahualli Spirit Animal Capture Cards are played on an opposing warrior card and may affect up to two additional opposing warrior cards. Affected warrior cards are rotated around and become part of the attacking player’s Serpent Team.
Teotl Cards – You must say the name of the god on the Teotl Card to use it. When used, the god cards give you some tactical advantage to use for your turn.
End of the Fifth Sun Expansion Cards – Additional Nahualli Cards and Teotl Cards to add to the original Serpent Stones deck that expands the gameplay of Serpent Stones.
Opposing players sit on opposite side of the Serpent Stones Battlefield game mat.
Here are its primary elements:
• Yaotitlan – 7 staggered rows of 34 Serpent Stones
• Temple Rows – Each player’s ‘house’. Consists of Two Keystones and the Center Temple Stone
• Sacrifice Stones – Special Stones off the Yaotitlan used to perform a sacrifice
• Draw/Discard Stones – Stones reserved for the deck and discard pile.
• Capture Bowls – Receptacles for placing captured Teotl Stones
Each player starts with three Teotl Stones on their Temple Stone. The House of Eagle starts with three Blue Teotl Stones. The House of Jaguar starts with three Gray Teotl Stones. Protect these stones at all cost as they provide your Warriors the power to perform Nahualli attacks against your opponent.
Skull Walls (Expansion Pack)
Skull walls block Serpent Stones from being used by either player during a round.
Each player may place one Skull Wall the Yaotitlan at the start of a round.
Skull walls may be placed during a round if a player plays the Teotl Skull Wall Card.