Magic: The Gathering: Heroes of Dominaria

 
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Magic The Gathering Heroes of Dominaria Board Game

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59.99
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WizKids

In Magic: The Gathering: Heroes of Dominaria Board Game, players take on the role of a powerful Hero as they travel to the lands of Dominaria. As the player explores the ancient lands, they will need to build sites, rediscover lost artifacts, and confront the sinister Cabal in order to gain the resources needed to save the multiverse before rival Heroes do.

Explore Magic’s most iconic plane and experience the trials and tribulations of being a heroic force on Dominaria. Visit storied locations such as Llanowar, Urborg, and Keld. Draw mana from the world to power abilities and recruit heroes to aid in quests. Discover powerful artifacts and create leylines to draw even more mana from distant lands. Build sites to increase your bond with a location. The land of Dominaria is filled with adventure and excitement! In true Eurogame fashion, use strategy to score the most victory points and emerge victorious.

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Magic The Gathering Heroes of Dominaria Board Game
Magic The Gathering Heroes of Dominaria Board Game
Magic The Gathering Heroes of Dominaria Board Game
Magic The Gathering Heroes of Dominaria Board Game

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fightcitymayor's Avatar
fightcitymayor replied the topic: #275736 19 Jun 2018 08:15
And just to update the story:

The Standard Edition game price was updated to $49.99, down from $59.99; and the Premium Edition is now listed at $69.99, down from $79.99. The Standard Edition is scheduled for August release, with the Premium Edition arriving in September.
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Sagrilarus replied the topic: #275749 19 Jun 2018 10:23
There's a whole lot of hocus pocus talk to the promo, followed by one sentence at the end describing the game -- "In true Eurogame fashion, use strategy to score the most victory points and emerge victorious." Still pretty vague.

That said, the land of Dominaria is clearly filled with adventure and excitement, so how can you say no?
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ubarose replied the topic: #275750 19 Jun 2018 10:29

Sagrilarus wrote: There's a whole lot of hocus pocus talk to the promo, followed by one sentence at the end describing the game -- "In true Eurogame fashion, use strategy to score the most victory points and emerge victorious." Still pretty vague.

That said, the land of Dominaria is clearly filled with adventure and excitement, so how can you say no?


It's that time of year. We get vague announcements, and then the big reveal at (usually) GenCon.
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Shellhead replied the topic: #275751 19 Jun 2018 10:42

Sagrilarus wrote: There's a whole lot of hocus pocus talk to the promo, followed by one sentence at the end describing the game -- "In true Eurogame fashion, use strategy to score the most victory points and emerge victorious." Still pretty vague.

That said, the land of Dominaria is clearly filled with adventure and excitement, so how can you say no?


Sounds like a cynical cash grab that will fail. This isn't the first time that somebody has tried to extend the Magic brand in hopes of establishing another cash cow. But Magic players tend to have a singular focus on their lifestyle game, and games like this don't seem to offer much to people who love designing decks and playing them. After the dismal failure of Heroscape Magic, they are hoping that a eurogame will be more popular, but it's still going to fail for the same reasons.
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Sagrilarus replied the topic: #275755 19 Jun 2018 11:26
Cynical cash grab or a wild swing for the fence? You give some disjointed bits and pieces to a couple of junior employees and tell them to take a shot at it. Might work, might not, if you don't spend too much it's worth the chance at another big hit. Meanwhile you start developing employees.

Watching a lot of guys strike out becomes tedious after a while.