DragonMage Warfare is a new fantasy board game that’s up on Kickstarter and looking for funding. Players are looking to battle against enemy wizards, using the powerful spells they have at their disposal in order to claim the DragonMage throne at the head of the DragonMage council. Will you prove yourself the most worthy?
The campaign is just over half-funded with still 25 days left to go.
From the campaign:
DragonMage Warfare™ is a strategy themed fantasy board game for 2-4 players. Take your place as one of the great Wizards contending for control of the DragonMage Council. Summon mighty creatures and cast ancient spells manifesting your knowledge of the archaic secrets to be superior to your opponents. Are you the prophesied heir to the DragonMage throne? Back us and find out!
Games generally run from 60 to 90 minutes for beginning players. The map is built differently each game allowing for a different strategic experience every time you play. There are six element decks representing Dark, Fire, Water, Earth, Wind and Light. Located within these sacred spell books are the mighty creatures and ancient spells that you will call upon to protect the lands loyal to your cause. Of course, you will also need to strategically plan your attacks if you wish to reign supreme.
On each player’s turn one of five actions is performed (Move, Play a mage, Play a card, Replenish spell book or Attack). Playing cards and winning/surviving battles yield a player experience points. Experience is tracked on your experience card that also doubles as a player aid to reference on your turn. This makes it easy to learn the game and plan your future moves. Once you become a DragonMage of two elements and Master of four you win the game. Of course, if you’re playing to exercise your might and power you can take over your opponent’s element towers and win the game that way too.
A semi-simultaneous attack sequence allows all players to be involved during battles and possibly sway the outcome during an attack. Players must strategically build armies of creatures and spells before their opponents get an edge. Of course, you may prefer to hold some powerful cards in your hand to watch your opponent squirm when you play them. If you attack to early, you may not have the needed strength to overcome your enemies, thus causing a shift in power. Attack to late and you may have missed out on a crucial win. How will you become the next DragonMage?
Thank you for taking the time to look at this project. Now, take your place on the council and pledge today.