Agent of Change is the rail game of West Virginia, pitting the players against the mountains and each other. The object of the game is to link the Great East Coast Cities to the Ohio River and amass $250 million first. This game is very similar to the standard Mayfair Empire Builder games except that it was a limited edition game for the Huntington Museum of Art as part of their exhibit entitled "Agent of Change: The Railroad in West Virginia". Aspects of this game that makes it different than the other Mayfair crayon games is the use of the load sheet, the ability to build coal mines, and the extremely mountainous terrain. Instead of load cards, the game uses two dice and a load sheet where the player rolls dice and reference the master load sheet to determine the available contracts. Building coal mines involves building rails through coal mine spaces which causes a load of coal to be available at the nearest coal city. Since West Virginia is naturally mountainous, the competition for the best routes is extremely competitive, even in a two-player game.