If you missed out, you can still pre-order Epic PvP: Fantasy on this site for two more weeks! Thanks backers for making Epic PvP: Fantasy a reality!
Whether you choose a traditional combo like the Human Paladin or an unconventional one like the Goblin Barbarian, the choice is yours. Gameplay is fast and furious and so much fun that when the game is over you'll want to make another character and play again. THIS is what Epic PvP: Fantasy is all about.
Designed by veteran game designers Ryan Miller and Luke Peterschmidt, Epic PvP: Fantasy is a game that is equally at home at a hardcore game night as it is in a coffee shop or at the family dinner table. Set up couldn't be simpler – just choose which fantasy race/class combo you want to play, shuffle those two decks together and battle.
Below you'll find more information on Epic PvP. And thanks to our partner AEG, all backers will be getting a bonus deck. AEG let their Vanguard volunteers vote on what that deck would be. They picked Samurai. Surprise Surprise...
"I had a blast! I am really happy I kickstarted this and am looking forward to the other decks." - Ryan Stapleton, happy backer of this campaign after playing the Print and Play.
"You've got a great game here that is just begging for expansions, new genres, add-ons, etc, etc, etc" - Michael, NVS Gameplays
"This is one of those rare games that grabs you the first time you play while retaining super-high replay value." - Jack Everitt, designer of Three Heroes
"I enjoyed Epic PvP - I can't wait to try all the deck combinations!" - Steven Cole, designer of Conquest of Orion
"Fun Games R Fun!" - Derrick Vidal from Baked Fresh Daily Games (after playing Epic PvP)
"Great games like Epic PvP let you try new things every time they hit the table, which is tremendously appealing to me. Hmm... can I make the Goblin Monk work?" - Mike Mullins, solo play and puzzle designer for Lagoon and others
"I liked Epic PvP so much, I partnered with Fun to 11 to publish it!" - John Zinser, CEO of Alderac Entertainment Group
How to play!
And here's a link to an interview Ryan and Luke did about the game a few days before launch - a good sneak peek into the mind of these mad men. And, you'll learn that Luke often forgets his own company's Twitter handle.
And here's a look at the Custom Kickstarter box design in progress. it might change as we move forward a bit, but we wanted to show you the level of quality we are shooting for. (Jay has gone way overboard on this thing...)
Add $16 to your pledge to get 4 bonus decks! The Cleric, the Halfing, the Dark Knight and Cat Folk.
To complete the add-on, just add the $16 to your pledge amount, but don't change your backer selection. When we send our the survey before we ship, we'll see that you added the $16 and you'll be able to select the expansion then.
Want to try the game right now? Click here to download a free print-and-play version of the game so you can sample the game as well as a copy of the rules if you don't want to learn from the video we are slowly getting uploaded.
Fun to 11 has always been about making games with people we want to make games with. This philosophy led us to showing AEG Epic PvP: Fantasy in December (John Zinser and Luke Peterschmidt have been friends for more than 20 years). To our great happiness, they loved it and offered to partner with us on the game!
AEG is bringing their formidable talents on board to help make Epic PvP: Fantasy as awesome as it can possibly be. This partnership helps in lots of business-ee ways (marketing, logistics, shipping, etc...) and it also provided some excellent playtest feedback on the game and future development ideas. For backers, the benefits are even more direct.
Because AEG is on board, you will receive a FREE bonus Samurai Class deck with each copy of the game ordered through this campaign!
If we fund, you can also expect AEG to fully support the game at conventions, etc... If you want more information about this partnership and how we came together for Epic PvP: Fantasy here's a link to an interview of AEG CEO John Zinser and Fun to 11's Luke Peterschmidt.
"Fun to 11 is one of the most reliable and trustworthy companies on Kickstarter." - Bradley Zakany, satisfied Fun to 11 backer.
The Base Game contains; 4 Race decks (Goblin, High Elf, Human, Dwarf), 4 Class decks (Paladin, Rogue, Ranger, Druid), Rules and a highly efficient box. And as part of this campaign, you'll also get the bonus Samurai Class deck (thanks AEG!) and ALL unlocked stretch goals.
Retailers, do you want to KICK this project with us? Our Partners at AEG are handling that side of things. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can be involved as a retailer in the Epic PvP: Fantasy Kickstarter campaign.
A note to our non-US backers
For backers not located in the US, we will charge shipping when the campaign is over. Our original plan was to handle shipping like we normally do, but with AEG coming on board in the last few weeks, we are exploring some other options. Rather than put in the "worst case shipping scenario" we thought it would be better to just charge the real shipping costs once we know what they are. We are in the game business, not the make-money-off-shipping-charges business...
We will also subsidize non-US backers shipping by the amount we pay for the average US shipment. Some conservative estimates: EU shipping will be $17-20, Canada/Mexico at $10-12.
Fun to 11 is a small group of gaming friends who have decades of tabletop industry experience and a string of successful Kickstarted games. You can trust us to be on time. Of our first seven Kickstarters, one shipped a weeks late, four shipped on time, and two shipped early.
"Fun to 11 has run some of the most efficient game Kickstarters I have seen, and I have backed nearly 50 projects. They excel in communication, and keep you updated every step of the way." - Val Cassette, another happy Fun to 11 backer
If you have any questions for us about Epic PvP (or anything really), definitely contact us and we'll do our best to get right back to you.
- Fun to 11
Risks and challenges
The risks here are minimal. Fun to 11 has completed seven Kickstarters: one shipped a week late and the rest shipping on-time or early. Of course, someone very important to the product might get hit by a bus, and there is always a risk of bad weather delaying transport, but we're highly confident we'll add this to our list of on-time, professional product releases.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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