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SHERIFF OF NOTTINGHAM CATCHES MERRY MEN

Sheriff of Nottingham is a brilliant play on the legend of Robin Hood and an ace little game of bluffing that is close to our hearts – yet, for some reason, it’s never received an expansion in the three years since its release. Until now.

The first thing to say about the Merry Men box is that it adds support for a sixth player, which is lovely enough on its own. What makes it even more lovely is that it introduces several new gameplay variants that can be mixed into the base game as you see fit.

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