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Experience a fantastic board game journey in a great company with intense games in theme and mechanics. You are guided by genuinely lovely people passionate about games and will make you feel like a part of the team. Welcome to the New Episode of Mythic Games Newscast. Here's the latest news, headlines, interviews and reviews for the great and famous board games on the planet!
In this week's episode, we talk about Reichbusters: Projekt Vril, SteamWatchers, HEL: The Last Saga, Darkest Dungeon (there's a new contest up on BGG, btw!), and the company's planned involvement in Essen!
We’re back again with the fifth and final article about our beloved upcoming game Darkest Dungeon: The Board Game. So far, we’ve told you about the heroes, the adventures, the dungeon and combat, but we haven’t covered one of the more crucial parts of the game ...the Hamlet!
Venturing off into the unknown to brave the dark corridors and hidden chambers can be a harsh and unsettling experience. Yet it pales in comparison to the frightening moment when you open that chamber door to find yourself facing a team of horrific monsters! What do you do then? What are our heroes expected to do? Can their powers and training do them justice, or will they perish at the hands of this unruly mob of monsters?
In Darkest Dungeon: The Board Game, players portray a group of heroes who have answered the Heir’s call and decided to take the carriage to the estate. Once there, they’ll meet other adventurers and will be asked to form teams, in order to go on expeditions, venturing off further to perform various tasks. However they may seem, these tasks are not random. They are a series of quests, set forth by the Heir, that need to be achieved – rituals of purification, salvaging of important relics, cleansing lairs, decimating monsters, and much more.
In this week's episode, we talk about Time of Legends: Joan of Arc, Super Fantasy Brawl, Enchanters, HEL: The Last Saga, and do a special feature on Darkest Dungeon! The new Kickstarter campaign date is announced, so make sure to check it out!
In Darkest Dungeon: The Board Game, players take on the roles of heroes who heed the heir’s call and take the carriage to the hamlet that lies on the outskirts of the estate. While the lodging of the hamlet’s derelict inn may be unsuitable for most, it is a fitting place from which to commence the adventures and demanding quests that the heir proffers. These adventures are not for the light-hearted warrior or novice practitioner. That’s precisely why the heir summoned as many heroes as he could!
As the launch of the Kickstarter draws ever nearer, we've decided to give you a small series of articles to introduce you to the much-anticipated Darkest Dungeon: The Board Game, our new cooperative miniatures board game directly adapted from the acclaimed video game.
The production of the miniatures concludes the validation and preparation of the molds, which means that now we are ready to start producing the miniatures. However, the miniatures are not the only “plastic” component that our games usually have. This same process is followed for any deluxified component that is in a form of plastic token. Then, after all the plastic is validated, the factory will start preparing the trays.
The discussions on how publishers prepare for the new 2020 trend, online conventions. Covid-19 has created several problems in the industry. The fact that we are not able to attend conventions, which have been for years a big source of income and other business for several publishers, is one of them. All major cons this year have been cancelled and instead they have created a new model: online conventions. How do publishers deal with them?
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