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Millennium Blades

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Level 99

Millennium Blades is a board game about a fictional collectible card game, which is also called Millennium Blades. You begin the game on pre-release night with just your starter deck. You'll open new packs, form collections, and sell your junk cards on the aftermarket to buy hot new cards. Trade with your friends, build up your deck, and prepare to compete at Millennium Blades Worlds for the title of World Champion! This is a game about competitive deck building. You get a limited pool of cards, and then you tinker them into the most unfairly over-powered, table-flippantly broken deck that you can imagine. And your deck had better be pretty crazy, because your opponents won't be giving any quarter, and they all have unique collections with access to their own high-tier power cards. In addition to deck building, you'll be speculating on blind pack buys, selling and buying cards on the aftermarket, and fusing your cards to make rarer and better ones to get an advantage over the competition. You might even make a few friends, if you're willing to help them out

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Bring dedication. And try to relax.
This game is great. This is game is DEEP. I would play it a lot more than I do... but lack the access to willing opponents that this game demands. The game alternates between timed deck building modes in which you will throw around wads of paper cash to buy and sell cards, and then tournament modes in which you will put your best 8 card deck up against the other players.

There is no luck, beyond luck of drawing cards you want to purchase. The game deliberately throws too much information at you, demanding that you focus on what you can, and try not to worry about what you can't. This will drive some people crazy, and I don't recommend playing this with AP prone players. There are simply too many options.

Setup and tear-down can be time consuming, since you combine several boosters and expansions into a giant "shop deck" at the beginning of the game.

If you have the players, and the time, there is nothing like this game out there. This is one of those fabled "we wouldn't have this if it weren't for Kickstarter" games, and I love it.
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