Board/Card Games!

I’d love to, but I do only play Gravekeepers…sorry… :laughing:

I guess you can sort of see it as a board game, but it’s kind of a stretch…

That being said, D&D is amazing, so…

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Or you can purchase the Age of Sigmar starter set which comes with tall golden boys, a golden boy riding a lizard, flying golden boys, and a bunch of really red metal dudes with an obsession over blood. And it’s only $130 American dollars.

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Ok let’s be real here only one of these three boxes has deadly laser guns. All have ridiculous melee weapons

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But only one will reveal your devotion to Sigmar.

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Digimon card is lowkey really good. Still in my digimon phase

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I’m sold

On the official packages for the game it says board game, unless it was for something else that was released by Wizards of the Coast.

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Spicy uno anyone?

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What’s that?

You don’t know what UNO is?

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No, I know what UNO is, I’m wondering what this “Spicy” version entails.

I think it’s just an adjective

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It’s uno with a few extra rules. It’s great. Nobody but youth groups play it though :joy:

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I’ve competitively been playing a game called Star Wars Imperial Assault for 3 years. It’s a grid-based game based on taking on the Galactic Empire as a squad of Rebels. The competition lies in the skirmish game mode, where two armies face eachother. I mostly play a Jabba’s Entourage like list.
I also made my own card game called Bunkibinibo!! (yes the exclamation points are just part of the name). Have you ever wanted to fight a house that floats between the fibres of reality as a bean god? Well you can.
It’s possible I can make digital cards and post them online for people to print out at some point.

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oh man… I play WAY to many. From Axis and Allies, to card games like Keyforge and PCTG

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One of my favorite card games is also the one I’ve seen talked about the least: It’s called “1000 Blank White Cards.” Has anyone else here heard of it?

Also, while I haven’t played it yet(and I don’t even think it’s out yet,) the card game “Muffin Time” looks fun.

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Sounds vaguely familiar.

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Basically, it’s more a ruleset than a game. You make the cards as part of the game(with certain guidelines), and then play against other players using the deck you made out of index cards.

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That sounds kinda neat. How does it keep things equal? And how much does it cost?

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That’s up to you and who you play with.

About the price of a pack of index cards and time enough to watch this video on the rules

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Ah okay. I just looked it up, and I’m not sure it’s the game for me. I like structure too much.

On a different note, I’ve recently purchased a pair of Bohrok Swarm decks, and they should be here by Saturday!

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