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Knight's Quest is a standalone card game for 2-6 players, ages 8 and up. You can play a game in 30 minutes or less—short enough to play while waiting for that monster board game to get set up. Knight's Quest is designed for lovers of classic card games like Crazy 8's, with gorgeous artwork by renowned fantasy artist Jeff Easley, and rising-star illustrator Peter Bradley.
Knight's Quest is a brainchild of Ken Whitman, who also designed card-game favorites like Groo: The Game, The Three Stooges, and SnarfQuest.
With your support, we can launch a premium-quality print run for Knight’s Quest. The Standard Edition level ($20) offers the full game (with free shipping in the U.S.) at $5 less than the expected retail price, while higher pledge levels offer awesome bonus cards to up the chaos beyond max!
Basic Rules can be found at the bottom of the page.
KING'S EDITION - A limited edition of the Knight’s Quest game packaged in a fancy wooden box, along with REAL metal coins. This also comes with a Standard Edition set.
Master fantasy artist Jeff Easley (AD&D, Dragonlance, Magic: The Gathering) rendered the cover, with up-and-coming Peter Bradley providing the card images.
If we meet certain finical goals, we will be able to upgrade the game. So please let you friends know about our game!
$8,000.... Full color rulebook
The next two stretch goals are Magic Cards, they are wild and can be played during your turn.
$10,000... 2 x Magic Missile (make all players draw 2 cards)
$12,000... 2 x Fireball (make ANY PLAYER draw 5 cards)
The next four bonus are locations, They stay in front of a player for the rest of the round.
$14,000... x1 Castle (acts as a protector)
$16,000... x1 Elflands (acts as wild card)
$18,000... Battleground (gives any of you cards the Joust ability, if a Joust card would force you to draw a card)
$20,000.. X1 Graveyard (instead of drawing a card off the play deck, search the discard pile and take any one card instead.)
If you want one of theses add-ons, simply increase your donation level. As soon as the campaign is over, you will be asked on your survey what add-ons you want.
+$10... Purple Suede Coin Pouch to hold your coins.
+$15... Add a second copy of the game (U.S.)
+$20... Add a second copy of the game (International)
+$30... Peter Bradley 11"x14"choice of card art PRINT (signed)
+$80... Metal Coins and Purple Suede Coin Pouch
+$80... Jeff Easley 18"x24" Print of the KIGHT'S QUEST cover (signed)
+$99... Metal Coins and Green Dragon Coin Pouch
- The Dragon Coin Bag is hand made, hand knitted. The scales are annodized aluminum, shaped and bent into scale shape, and each scale is hand knit into the bag as the bag is made. The interior of the bag is solid soft yarn. They can hold the 100 coins (quarter sized).
- This purple suede dice bag is made of genuine leather, including a leather cord to close the bag. The bag measures around 6 inches by about 4 inches and is capable of holding all 100 coins.
- 100 Metal Coins come in an approximately equal mixture of shiny gold, antique gold, shiny silver and antique silver. The coins are the approximate size of a United States Quarter Dollar (1.0 inch in diameter). Coin are metal and made of a mixture of brass and zinc.
Below is Jeff Easley displaying his original Art. It is 30"x40" and could be yours! If you want to own a piece of the game, here is your opportunity!
Card images below are painted by fantasy artist Peter Bradly.
Risks and challenges
Knight's Quest is already completely designed, playtested, illustrated, and set for production. Ken Whitman has been bringing toys and games to market for 25 years, and our manufacturing partner, Panda Games, has been producing top-quality board and card games since 2007. While we cannot promise delay-free printing or flawless shipping as we control neither the printing press nor the US Postal Service, we do have the expertise to mitigate these and other unforeseen problems to make your pledge the best experience it can possibly be.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
A. I love King's Court, and yes this game plays homage to it. However, there are two big differences. Our game uses coins to keep track of the game and we have include rules for playing combos (several cards at once). Also, there are magic spells.
A. They are almost the same, except that the first one (that is sold out) did not allow the product to be shipped outside of the USA. :-(
Because Kickstarter won't allow us to fix it after someone bought the package, we closed it out and added in the proper details.
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