Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Dreamwars Board Game - Kickstarter Unboxing (Part Two)

I'm a big fan of Steampunk, Horror and interesting board games so when this particular Kickstarter caught my eye I decided to give it a try.

I looked at the core game in Part One...here's a look at the expansion.

First some background...
Dreamwars is a new board game set in a breathtaking, brand new steampunk horror setting where every choice has a consequence. The game is cooperative and playable by 1 to 8 players, while the setting is characterized by its own sense of style, refined and unique: a rich setting, horrible creatures and an articulate story fabricated to build up a thrilling world where the players can immerse themselves completely. Mysterious and terrifying beings await in the dark recesses of a strange, ever-changing world, while their contorted and inhuman masters plan on the fall of the free peoples. What are you going to do when the last Cantico will be sang, the last sword will be broken and the last bullet will be shot?

cooperative game for 1 to 8 players featuring 70 playable scenarios,
enough content for more than 500 hours of play 
new gaming mechanics easy to learn
 modular scenarios that you can suspend between chapters and resume when you want 
9 branched Ordeals whose endings will reflect what happened during the game 
great gaming variety thanks to our Adventure decks and Events decks
8 high-quality miniatures of the playable Heroes

Dreamwars Expansion Set - Box
Depending on the level you pledged at the number of models in this expansion box varied. There could be as many as eight but due to financial considerations at the time mine only contains four...

Dreamwars Expansion Set - Accessories
The expansion set contains all the necessary bits and pieces to use the models contained within as well as a few bonuses.

Dreamwars Expansion Set - Miniatures
The particular variant I received contained four new miniatures and the cards needed to use them.

Thoughts and comments are (as usual) most welcome.

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