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Author Topic: War for Edadh  (Read 245 times)


  • Lemon Tart
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War for Edadh
« on: June 17, 2010, 05:32:23 PM »
I've been on a 'baroque fantasy' kick the past few weeks and I remembered reading about this card based battle game... War for Edadh.
I'm a sucker for the illustration style (reminds me of Rackham's old character illustrations)... and the setting seems to be evolving into something elaborate and strange.

Anyone here tried it? Playing it?
I've read a few reviews but some of them sound like sock puppets... and I can't stand listening to that Dice Tower guy on YouTube.