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Indie Board & Card Aeon's End: Legacy

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Outcasts adds some interesting new flavour to the mix, from a new mage, Taqren, who triggers benefits for allies every time he takes a punch, to the ‘wandering’ keyword which reduces all damage done to a minion to one. Other minions are similarly immune, only being able to be damaged by spells over or under a certain value.

Welcome to Gravehold. Yes, it's as bad as it sounds. This is the last bastion of humanity, protected only by a group of 'Breach Mages'. You are a student of the craft, and your magic skills are... to put it kindly, like being caressed by a natural yoghurt. (Wow so many Mighty Boosh references lately). The Nameless won't stop coming. They want nothing more than to wipe you out and destroy your pitiful settlement. Only you haven't finished all your lessons. You'll have to learn by doing. This is not the end of the world. That already happened. This is what is left: us, gravehold, and the Nameless. For generations we have taken refuge in an ancient and haunted place. It has taken our mages an aeon to hone their craft, but they are ready... and they are lethal. The breaches, the very conduits through which the Nameless travel, have become our weapon.” Nálunk nem állnak bontatlan ül társasok nem bírjuk ki, hogy ne bontsuk ki őket legalább csak annyira, hogy az alkatrészeket le ne ellenőrizzük😆 Ancient and strange Nameless draw near to Gravehold, challenging the mages and players with new enemies that require careful attention and timing. This set includes a second dual spell. For a long while, scripting was limited, as I am fairly disabled, and typing is difficult. My health has improved enough to finally add scripting to this thing, so, enjoy.

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Cast any number of your prepped Sparks. Those spells deal 2 additional damage. You may destroy a Spark in your discard pile. Aeon’s End: The New Age introduces the Expedition system into the Aeon's End universe which allows players to replay all of the content they own in a short campaign format. After each game, players will receive new treasures and player cards that allow them to become more powerful. However, the nemeses that players will face grow stronger and stronger with... Description and summary of what the set is about. If there are any main themes, game modes, etc. this part will mention them. The rulebook, as with previous offerings, remains succinct, able to clarify key points simply while providing relevant examples. The separate first game sheet is also a welcome inclusion to lay out exactly how the game should look and feel before the first encounter. Components also remain much the same from previous outings: Both the tokens and life dials retain the tried-and-true formula of their brethren, and the cards remain consistent in quality and uniformity. I have encountered some minor problems such as slight miscuts here and there, but my past dealings with Indie Boards & Cards make me think that it won’t be an issue getting replacements should people have outliers in this area.

The legacy elements of Outcasts make the core mechanics of the game gel in a way that the core box doesn’t quite manage. An excellent entry in the series – and not a bad entry point if you don’t mind skipping ahead in the story. This game is climbing the charts for me. I am completely addicted. We play once and then immediately set it up for another game. So as well as the things mentioned above, there’s plenty to open. The boxes A-D contain new tokens that come into play in certain chapters, and it’s really exciting to be instructed to open one ahead of a new chapter. It’s like a mini Christmas.Aeon's End: Legacy is my favourite legacy game. You heard right. I used to think nothing could top Pandemic Legacy Season 1, but I was wrong. This is a campaign that throws giant boulders at you, slaps you in the face with an axe, grinds your bones to a fine paste and showers you with... gifts? I find myself at an awkward impasse with ending this review, so I’m going to summarise as best I can;

Right off the bat, I believe that Aeon’s End: Legacy is the best method for teaching the system to a new player. The boiling down of your mages to their sum parts makes the clarification of terms and analogy minimal. It was effortless to teach the new player for our campaign how things worked as instructions came up, giving them the room to get used to the way in which the mechanics work, before linking in a new mechanic to add to their knowledge. In terms of variety, this box is teeming with cards. It's enough to keep you entertained for a long while. The Spice But now that I’ve completed the game, there’s still a lot I can do, despite it being a legacy game. There are instructions for after the end that show how to battle the nemeses again, use randomiser cards to get different supply piles, and how to transport your character and all their unique equipment and abilities to other games in the Aeon’s End franchise. Igen, mindig megfogadjuk, hogy most megállunk és addig nem veszünk míg nem játszottunk mindennel. Aztán jön egy jó akció.... :D és az elveinket el is dobtuk. Egy hete vágtam bele, most értem el az utolsó fejezethez, így a komplett játékról még nem tudok nyilatkozni, de az eddigi fejezetek és a játék élmény teljesen megvett magának!! A mechanika számomra nem volt teljesen ismeretlen, mert az egyik kedvencem a Marvel Champions LCG, de itt azért vittek bele némi csavart már a mechanikába is ezzel, hogy keverés nélkül kell a dobó paklit megfordítani húzó paklinak, óriási!! És a sok-sok titok, Atya ég!! 😁

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The worst part about my decisions is that I asked around for advice, gravitating towards certain abilities was the strongest response, but yet on the day of all that went out of my head and I ignored all of it.I’m going to preface this review of Aeon’s End Legacy by saying I’ve split it into two sections: a spoiler-free overall run-down, and then a summing-up which will probably have spoilers around the campaign. I’ll try not to spoil too much, but at least you’re warned. The Aeon’s End Legacy box, it doesn’t give much away Spoiler-Free Section Introduction I love that each nemesis has its own player board, rules, cards and tokens, even rules of play. It means that subsequent fights aren’t just rinse and repeats of the previous ones, there’s real variety in what’s happening.

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