A 2-player abstract strategy game in the vein of Pente or Othello. Four types of stones are arrayed on a 9x9 board: earthstones, suns, moons, and crowns. One player plays the suns, and the other player plays the moons. Players take turns removing stones or groups of stones from the board. A player may make one of three moves:
- removing one earthstone,
- removing one of their own stones, or
- removing all of the stones in an unbroken line between two empty board spaces.
Players score based on the type of stone removed: 1 point for an earthstone, 2 points for an opposing player's stone, and 5 points for a crown. The first player to reach 50 points wins.
The product is available in PDF format and includes rules for using the game as a MacGuffin in a role-playing game but is itself a stand-alone strategy game.