What's mine is mine and what's yours is mine. That's the code of the thieves. If anything's able to be taken, it should be. Sure, they might band together in order to get into someplace none could, in
What's mine is mine and what's yours is mine. That's the code of the thieves. If anything's able to be taken, it should be. Sure, they might band together in order to get into someplace none could, individually, but at the end of the day, he who gets away with the most loot is the winner, as long as everyone doesn't get caught. That's what's going on in No Honor Among Thieves, a new card game coming from Carpe Omnis Games.
About the game:
About the game:
The rich and powerful of the kingdom keep their wealth safe behind barred doors and armed guards, but you know a guy who’s good with locks and another who’s good with his fists. Or you know someone who can climb like a monkey, and someone else who could charm the fangs off a snake. How you do it is up to you. The important thing is that there’s gold there for the taking, and you’re going to take it all.
Assemble your crew. Make your plans. And make sure to keep a careful eye on everyone else, because everyone knows there’s no such thing as honor among thieves.
No Honor Among Thieves is a competitive/cooperative card game for three to six players, in which each player assembles a crew of thieves and sets out to see who can steal the most lucre from the rich and powerful of a fantasy city. Working alone is difficult, but working together leaves you open to treachery by your so-called allies–or gives you the chance to betray them, and take it all for yourself. An unspoken code of honor exists among the thieves of this city, but that won’t last past the first betrayal, and once that uneasy trust is gone the game gets more dangerous as players gain access to additional underhanded abilities.