The first print run will be in English. The PDF rulebook will include several other languages.
The rulebook can be downloaded and printed at home.
Would you like to help localize the game in other languages? Feel free to contact us if you want to translate the rulebook and add another language to the game! We'll add your contribution with your name to the rulebook PDF file (as we’ve done for FABIO).
The cards of the game are language-independent, and the summary cards are printed in both English and French.
We’re working to make that happen. Printing multiple versions of the rulebook is cost prohibitive because, but we welcome any translation of the rulebook that we can add to the digital PDF! We already have an Italian version of the game made by FABIO available in the PDF rulebook.
Yurei means ghost in Japanese. It is the spirit of a dead person, usually depicted as a woman, that haunts the world of the living.
A Bakemono is a supernatural being that has temporarily transformed, or shapeshifted, into a living form. It’s usually represented as fox or raccoon dog.
The nineteen monsters are distributed between twenty-two cards. Three monsters are duplicated.
However, the duplicated monsters have different features, such as the number of chakra points needed to summon them or the distribution of their attack points.
List of the duplicated monsters:
Akuro-jin no Hi ×2
We’ve found a manufacturer that has much better terms and allowed us to lower the funding goal from 22500 € to 7500 € (approximately $8,500). This is a real leap forward.
The reason is simple: all the manufacturers we previously contacted wanted us to order 2,500 units. That’s a lot. During the campaign we requested additional quotes from other manufacturers and eventually found one that agreed on a minimum of 1,000 units.
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