Here’s our quick setup guide for Dice Forge: Rebellion, the first expansion for Dice Forge. If you’d like to know more about the rules of the game, watch our How to Play Dice Forge: Rebellion video. If you want to know more about the base game, Dice Forge, try our How to Play Dice Forge video.
Hi! It’s Ryan from Nights Around a Table. Here’s how you set up Dice Forge: Rebellion.
If you just want to play with Dice Forge: Rebellion’s new heroic feat cards, you can mix and match the cards from the expansion however you like, making sure that you match the cost of the card with the cost on the island, and remembering to only put out as many cards in each pile as there are players.
To set up the Labyrinth of the Goddess module, park the Rebellion box next to the base game’s temple box and add the expansion board labyrinth-side-up. Everyone puts their golem token on the starting space. Put the treasure room tokens nearby, with the higher-value prize face up. Put the special Goddess cards out in stacks that match your player count. If you want to play with all the expansion stuff, the rulebook recommends using the heroic feat cards with the little goddess triangle on them. Everyone keeps their light die the same as in the base game, but replaces their moon shard with this moon golem icon.
To set up Revolt of the Titans, flip the expansion board to the titans side. Everyone puts their token in the center space. Hook up the ancient shard tracker to your player board, and pop in the extra tracking cube. Everyone replaces their light die’s sun shard with an ancient shard, and their 2-point face with this loyalty face. Put out the special titan feats in stacks matching your player count. As with the goddess module, if you want to try out all the expansion cards right off the bat, add in the ones with the little titan triangle in the corner. Otherwise, you can mix and match feats from the expansion and the base game.
In both cases, the starting player also gets the new active player token, which gets passed around clockwise as everyone takes a turn.
And now you’re ready to play! If you’d like to know more about how to play, click the link at the end of this video or in the description below to watch my complete How to Play video, which includes the setup segment you just watched. And if you like what i’m doing, click the badge to subscribe, and the bell to get notifications. And now, we dance!
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