Darklight: Memento Mori - Miniatures Dungeon Crawler

by Dark Ice Games

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      ArtSchool on

      More in-depth quality! great!!

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      Flavio Campana on

      Values on Parry card seems the opposite of what they should be...

    3. Gauthier D.
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      @Flavio
      The Light Shield gives less static bonuses but is easier to parry with. That's what I understand from the explanation text in the update.

    4. Dark Ice Games Creator on

      @Flavio Campana

      Small shield are lighter, faster offer very little armour.

      Heavy shields are heavy and offer a ton of armour.

      This is to offer you the choice of armour over luck of the dice. If you wish to go full armour and heavy shield then parry is not for your character, this is a skill for fast warriors.

    5. Balgin Stondraeg
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      So Hel grants a reroll. Interesting :).

    6. Dark Ice Games Creator on

      @Balgin Stondraeg

      Which skill?

    7. _Morg_(Gabriele) on

      Guys, I apologize for the lack of presence, but today I'm really busy :/

      Here's the thread where to talk about the last great update!
      https://boardgamegeek.com/article/21987777#21987777

      Share your thoughts and comments!

    8. Tom D.B. on

      Looks great, however would like some cool artwork on the skill cards. Atm it's a bit bland imo.

    9. Dark Ice Games Creator on

      @Tom D.B.

      I would love that too, but the problem is obvious from the third skill card "Combat Stance" it leaves no room for art, and we do not want to make the card bigger or it will clutter the table.

    10. Balgin Stondraeg
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      I'm loving the way that the defensive combat stance synergises so perfectly with the taunt skill from brawler. Then again the offenssive stance synergises with it quite nicely as well.

    11. Balgin Stondraeg
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      The image on the coin of fate or death resembles Hel's dual nature. She was purported to look alive and beautiful on one side but, upon the other, she was a rotting corpse.