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Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile Review

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02 Feb 2022 00:00 #330357 by oliverkinne
I previously reviewed Oath, see the links below, but so...

As the Chancellor, I had the people on my side. The Empire was going to thrive and grow and be beautiful. Yet, there were rumours of Exiles stirring in the Provinces and Hinterland, trying their best to claw back control. They were two visionaries, one stomping through the regions, using brute force to exert their influence and letting the wolves lose on anyone who would get in their way, while the other was biding their time in the Salt Flats, enlisting the help of witches and unnatural powers, trying to glean secrets and waiting for the right moment to strike. Both were intent on taking over the Empire, because they both had sworn an Oath by Cole Wehrle from Leder Games.

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02 Feb 2022 13:50 #330358 by Shellhead
Cole Wehrle is the Wes Anderson of board games.
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02 Feb 2022 17:35 #330362 by southernman
Having watched a few play videos and with one game under my belt I have no doubt that this is a brilliant game, I also have no doubt that I don't want to (won't) play it again. The game basically has a closed economic (favour) system and most of the game revolves around making cards work to get some of that small amount of favour do actually do shit - that's not what I want to do in a session of gaming but can easily see how this fascinates certain of gamers.

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