Played Tannhauser for #TabletopDay … pretty fun overall, but a lot to remember. The manual is thicker than Mansions of Madness (which I keep comparing it to in my head). My biggest beef other than the steep learning curve is that your equipment is represented by chits (see bottom of picture) instead of cards, so I kept having to refer back to the manual or the cheat sheet instead of just being able to read on a card what my different things did (like in Mansions). Other than that it’s a fun world to play in, good combat, no Line of sight arguments due to the color-coded circles, and my biggest praise is for the minis- 10 highly detailed minis that come pre-painted.
Overall I would suggest it for people who aren’t afraid of a large learning curve.
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this is the arrow of destiny. reblog this and see what comes up next. this person/saying/thing will have something to do with your future
omfg i got a couple in bed god bless life
last time I reblogged this i got cereal so I can’t wait to see what I get this time
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