Click HERE to grab 1.1.
- Fury of the Fireborne – Story Quest
- Myth Game Rules – Revision 1.1
- Revised Hero Cards
- Quest Template by Tom Howard
Fury of the Fireborne
This is the first Act of a three part Story quest. The quest document provides the quest, setup, a new trap, a new monster-type, a new Darkness card and a new blue quest item. There are a lot of unique rules in the quest and hopefully it demonstrates to players different ways to handle loot, monster spawns, and non-combat actions.
Game Rules 1.1
This document is a bare-bones document. You’ll not find any graphics yet. It has been briefly edited, but HAS NOT undergone a full blown tech edit. Graphics will be added, and it will receive a full edit, but not until we receive feedback from the players. When you read this rule set can you learn the game? This document deals with the game rules only. There are some callouts for new images and reference to page numbers (XX). Please ignore these.
The advanced concepts and sidebars that detail creating your own story quests, combat examples, card diagrams, setup diagrams, component layout, tables, hero cycle vs. darkness cycle, expanded trap explanation will be added going forward.
As mentioned early in the new book, this document is about putting forth the structured elements of gameplay so people can understand how Myth is played.
Revised Hero Cards
These cards have been rewritten for easier understanding and use keywords. They have also been redesigned so range and damage is easier to see, and to highlight the difference between cards played in the Hero Cycle and those played in the Darkness Cycle. We have also included new player reference deck cards that highlight a particular Hero’s special rules.
Quest Card Creator
Finally, we have a fantastic quest tool created by Tom Howard. He has uploaded it to BGG, but we asked if we could include it on our own website and he graciously gave us permission. Simply put, we were in the process of creating one for our community and it wasn’t going to be as good as his. It requires Photoshop.
You can find a tutorial here: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/1161275/photoshop-quest-template.
Try to get used to the creation set, we plan on doing a community contest mid next month. It will be announced at our website and BGG.