- Editor: Gary Games (15 de marzo de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ASIN: B0060U7548
- Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
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Storm of Souls: Deckbuilding Game Standalone Expansion (Inglés) Juguete – 15 mar 2015
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Samael is defeated, but the world of Vigil has been left in turmoil in his wake. In Storm of Souls, players will see different factions rise to prominence with the new Event cards, and have powerful new Trophy Monsters to hunt! In addition to the brand-new mechanics, players will also see powerful new takes on popular mechanics from past Ascension releases. A complete 1-4 player game playable on its own or with other Ascension games! Combine with other Ascension games to play with up to 6 players! All the fun of an open-ended card game without buying limitless cardseverythings contained in one box! Setup in minutes with no unique pregame preparation. Play in less than 30 minutes!
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I see some people commenting negatively on the packaging... I had no issue like that.
However even though the plastic molding looks exactly like other Ascension games the players beginning deck DO NOT fit in the molding. Making the available space just awkward.
I already own both Ascension Chronicle Of The Godslayer and Ascension: Return Of The Fallen Expansion, so while I realize this can be played by itself, I have only played with the other cards mixed in. However, the additions this expansion makes are pretty cool. There are two main changes: Events and Trophy Monsters. Events are a card type that get moved to a separate place on the game board when they are flipped up in the central row, and remain there until a new event shows up. There are five events total, one for each faction + one for the monsters. They always add a global effect, an ability which each player can use in a turn, and some other cards get a bonus depending on which event is out. The downside to these is that since I have both previous Ascension games mixed in, 5 events in a ~250 card deck means they don't come up very often. If you are playing this game as a standalone I think you'll see them be a bit more game-altering. The second major change to the game is Trophies. These are an ability on monster cards that allow you to take the monster after you defeat, and use the trophy ability whenever you want, but only once. For example, if a trophy event on a monster is "draw a card", you get that monster card once you defeat it and you can draw a card with it right away or save it for another turn. Overall, a very nice addition. There is also a new "Always available" monster called the Fanatic which has a trophy effect(you can only have one of them at a time, though).
One other new feature they made is the option of a solitaire game where you play against the strongest monster included in the set, Nemesis. I don't really think I'd enjoy playing the game solo though so I am not super familiar with the rules for the solitaire version.
If you haven't picked up the first one (Chronicle of the god slayer) I would certainly recommend starting there and then adding this to your collection as I find the first game a better stand alone game than this one but this certainly adds a great deal of fun to the game.
I gave it four stars because the box to store it in (rather the vacu-formed plastic) doesn't hold everything nicely.
Also I guess more as a side note the game does not come as shown. It doesn't come with the 9 pots of gold or 10 giant rats, the box is not set up as it is in the picture, and you do not get the velvet pouches, white boxes, or card cases that are shown in the pictures.