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Ascension: Deliverance
 
3.5
Board Game Reviews E ecargo Updated April 08, 2019 2308   0

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Everyone loves trilogies. Lord of Rings. Star Wars. Fifty Shades of Grey. You know, the classics. Deliverance is the third in the Insight trilogy of Ascension games, giving you something new, something borrowed, and something Pasythea. How does Insight play out in this version? Let’s start with the latter.
Ascension: Deliverance
 
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In Ascension: Deliverance, the world of dreams has become a living nightmare. With the portal between dreams and reality opened, the world has descended into madness. Only you can harness the power needed to close the portal to the Dreamscape and restore the world to order.
 
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Shards of Infinity: Relics of the Future
 
4.0
Board Game Reviews E ecargo Updated April 08, 2019 2576   0
I scoffed when Shards of Infinity came out last year. Despite my love for Ascension, the idea of it becoming a PvP game seemed silly. Besides, there were already other games that did that and I wasn’t a fan. However, soon after playing Shards of Infinity, my reaction of “Why?” immediate changed to “More!”. Everything in the system worked. You have the standard attack values that you aim at an opponent of your choice, but the mastery system is what made the game sing. The decisions as to how your deck became more nuanced than simply get more money,...
Ascension: Delirium
 
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A new portal into the Dreamscape has been opened! The world of Vigil is warped by dreams and nightmares come to life. In Ascension: Delirium, you must wield the power of the Dreamborn to battle the forces of Delirium to save the realm.
 
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Ascension Delirium
 
4.5
Board Game Reviews E ecargo Updated April 15, 2019 1693   0

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If there’s one thing that never ceases to amaze me in Ascension, it’s the innovation that keeps emerging after 13 sets. The latest standalone expansion, Delirium, does what Ascension does best: reinvigorates some old mechanics while adding a few new trappings. I was trepidatious about these new features, especially after the previous release being rather lackluster, but it turns out that the Stoneblade team knows better than me.
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