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A cooperative deck-building game for 1-4 players with push your luck elements and a different approach to deck-building.
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Make a Monster part 4 and a new video

Posted by Broken Mill (Creator)

The last poll was very close, but "A test of Skill" came out on top. So now we have a Giant Platypus that lets you get your Skill card back from the discard pile, or leave it there to make the platypus weaker.

Time for the next step: the loot! So we rotate the card 180 degrees, and...

I like it when the loot side of the card has an effect that is similar to the enemy's effect, so here are 4 options that all deal with Skill cards in a different way.
Note that the card will undergo extensive testing to make sure it's properly balanced, so some numbers might change slightly.

Which one is your favorite? Vote here:

New video
I've also added a new video to the "Reviews & videos" section of the campaign page.
Joe from What I'm Playing Now was kind enough to do a full playthrough of Heroes of Tenefyr. Turn on the Klingon subtitles to see the 2 small mistakes he makes. (He forgets to read the text on one enemy, which could have made the game much easier for him, but it's still a great video!)
You can watch it here:

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    1. Eric Chénard

      I vote no..4..and if we do, we must shuffle our deck afterwards ;-)

    2. Justin Boehm

      If that were changed, #3 would be my choice.

    3. Justin Boehm

      My vote goes for #1, simple and effective, but has the downside of timing, as you might not have a skill card discarded yet. Secondary would be #3, although I feel like #3 shouldn't be discard, it should be -3 power.

    4. Broken Mill Creator on

      @Nick: just one card.

    5. Nick Valk on

      For card 3, Does that mean you can find a card from both the draw pile AND discard pile (making it 2 cards), or just 1 card?

    6. Broken Mill Creator on

      "This card" refers to... this card. Otherwise it would be "that card" ;)

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      God-keizer on

      bottom left is the more powerful one, and seems to be clearest description.

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      God-keizer on

      top right: what do you mean by "this card gets" = the platypus or the card you picked?

      platypus still reminds me more of everdell than tenefyr.