After deciding i didn’t enjoy shuffling cards but i did enjoy deck-building games, i auditioned a number of dice-builders – Quarriors!, King’s Forge – but none of them fit the bill, until Dice Forge. i was thrilled to receive a copy of the expansion from Libellud. Here’s my rundown of the rules. If you want to know more about the base game, Dice Forge, watch my How to Play Dice Forge video first.
At 3:26, i incorrectly explained the Omniscient card. You don’t get 2 points for each VP face you rolled when you buy the card… you actually get to look at all 6 faces of each of your dice, and score 2 points for every VP symbol you find!
And at 3:38, i failed to explain that the Abyssal Trident card does let you take a die face from the garden (that’s the area that houses special faces connected with cards, like the x3 Helmet of Invisibility and copycat Mirror of the Abyss), provided the card that would normally get you that face isn’t present in this game. So if you haven’t dealt the Helmet of Invisibility to the table for this game, the Abyssal Trident lets you forge those x3 faces.
Thanks to YouTube viewer rav3style for pointing out both of these flubs!
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If you’re a completist like me, you’ll want to add Dice Forge: Rebellion to your collection. Follow the Amazon link below to get your own copy, and i’ll receive a small commission!
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