Product Code: GWOWW001
Manufactured in: China
Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 3.7 in.
Product Weight: 4.5 lbs.
Case Quantity: 5
Case Dimensions: 19 x 13.2 x 13.6 in.
Case Weight: 25.8 lbs.
Players: 1 - 6 • Playing Time: 45 - 90 • Age: 14+
In this tabletop adventure, masters secretly train students to become martial arts lineage holders while an ambitious new emperor tries to unify his people under one banner. Leap into the world of Wu Wei and sharpen your skills with new strategies and rapidly changing circumstances.
Solo campaign included (3 levels)
- 1 Game Board
- 3 Tracker Boards
- 36 Punchboard Octagons (24 Terrains, 3 Center, 8 Walls)
- 40 Wood Tiles (2 Yin-Yang, 4 Directional, 5 Temples, 5 Palaces, 20 Towns, 4 Towers)
- 25 Animal Cards (mini)
- 6 Player Aid Cards (poker size)
- 3 Status Trackers (plastic)
- 1 Gathering Marker (wood)
- 14 Player Pieces (20mm 6-sided dice)
- 5 Lineage Markers (20mm 4-sided dice)
- 180 Chi Tokens (plastic), 5 cloth bags for chi tokens
- Custom Box Insert (plastic)
"Wu Wei is one of those games that will attract passersby at a convention just because it looks so elaborate when it’s all set up. If you’re a fan of abstract strategy or if you want to see a martial arts game that isn’t about flying kicks and throwing punches but digs deeper into the philosophy, Wu Wei is certainly worth checking out. It’s perhaps not a game for everyone—you do have to have patience learning the rules and how to read the board and trackers—but I think it is rewarding for those who are, ahem, disciplined enough to master it."
"Wu Wei is a rare game with the elegance of an abstract, yet every detail contains deep meaning. Each game feels dynamic with a simple resource system ensuring that advantage flows between the players, and with three variants the game grows with your mastery of it. I've enjoyed the already beautiful prototype of Wu Wei and I can't wait to play the final gorgeous production."
Designer of Corporate America and Shadow Throne
“Ever since I’ve known Justin he’s been passionate about Wu Wei. He’s poured his heart and soul into it, and the game reflects that. This game has spirit."
Co-designer of Between Two Cities