Beautiful wooden version of an early Knizia design, which first appeared in Spielbox journal 1993. Played on a 6x6 board, each player has six pieces and fourteen marker stones. The pieces move like rooks in chess, but there is no capture. They leave a trail of marker stones behind; the first player to place his last marker wins. As you can't jump other pieces, you try to block your opponent from crossing your markers and thus replacing them.
Deeper than it seems at first glance. While it is important to place as many stones on your turn as possible, sometimes it is more important to make moves which force your opponent to take back some of his already placed markers.
This is the same as the basic game of Battle for Olympus.