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$858
pledged of $4,000pledged of $4,000 goal
46
backers
11days to go

All or nothing. This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Tue, October 30 2018 8:10 PM UTC +00:00.

About

Daredevil is a quick little card game about risking life and limb on dangerous stunts to gain fame. It is a family game for 2 to 7 players that plays in 20 minutes or less. 

You will be rolling 2 dice against a difficulty number and if you succeed, you score points for the stunt. 

When you fail, you get consequences that make it harder to accomplish stunts like subtracting one from your die rolls or having to reroll your highest die. Death makes it really hard to accomplish anything! The game ends when all of the players have retired or died or the deck runs out.

"Daredevil is as fun and fast as it is deadly

- Sean Garrity, Baksha Games

Each player gets a special power to start with.

There are always 3 stunts to choose from.

Stunts
Stunts

On your turn, choose a stunt to attempt (or retire).

Roll the dice trying to get the target number. 

The stars show how many points the stunt is worth.

Some of the stunts have bonus icons on them that give you a reroll if you have the right character.

(Alligator Andee gets a reroll in stunts that involve animals).

If you succeed, you get the points and put the card face down in your victory pile.

If you fail, you suffer the consequences.

Nervous means you cannot select a "Death" stunt.

Amputation makes you subtract one from your future dice totals.

Your first brush with death is just a warning shot. The second death consequence knocks you out of the game.

After all players have retired or died, count up the stars to see who wins.

Daredevil comes in a nifty box with:  

48 Stunt Cards  

7 Character Cards  

2 Dice  

1 Rulesheet

Click here for the Daredevil English Rules

Jeff Siadek is the designer. He has worked as a lifeguard and climbing guide, but prefers dangerous adventures on the tabletop for recreation. He's designed and published over 25 games and books.
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Colton Balske is the illustrator from Winnipeg, Canada. His great passion for art means he has too much to live for. To see more of his crazy feats follow him on Instagram and Twitter (@ColtonBalske).
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Here's a quick video about how to play!

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Risks and challenges

This is just a card game. It may be hilarious and brilliant but there is no physical innovation that will make it hard to complete. There will be the usual hassles with printing, shipping and fulfillment but I've dealt with them in the past and I'm ready to do this now.

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