The Resistance: Avalon board game
The Resistance: Avalon board game

The Resistance: Avalon

Secret Identities! Deduction! Deception!

The Resistance: Avalon pits the forces of Good and Evil in a battle to control the future of civilization. Arthur represents the future of Britain, a promise of prosperity and honor. Yet hidden among his brave warriors are Mordred's unscrupulous minions. These forces of evil are few in number, but have knowledge of each other and remain hidden from all but one of Arthur's servants. Merlin alone knows the agents of evil, but he must speak of this only in riddles. If his true identity is discovered all will be lost!

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  • (2019 - 9) Haven't played it in a good long time as One Night has filled it's spot nicely.(2015 - 10) One of the best party games out there. Easy recommendation.
  • A wonderful, refined experience with plenty of options for variation. Need to sleeve the cards in here-- that's how much I've played it.At the lowest player counts, it's probably better without Merlin and the Assassin, since a lucky guess from the Assassin can swing the game more often when you have fewer enemies to choose from.
  • Cave's version
  • 7 players: Good 5, Evil 2
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I haven't played Among Us either, but based on the description..I think #Saboteur sounds pretty similar. Other social deduction games I've played that I enjoyed... #Secret Hitler, #The Resistance: Avalon, #Werewords Deluxe Edition, and #A Fake Artist Goes to New York

I think this shows that so much people are really down for the experience and may not know the similar fun board games have to offer. 

I also have many around me (gf for one) that can't do with the stress of straight lying to someone next to them. Because of this games like #Skull and #A Fake Artist Goes to New York have been easier to get to the table. Another one I enjoy is #Deception: Murder in Hong Kong as it gives players clues to go off rather than constructing a lie from the ground up. 

A lot of similar Among Us feels can be found in #Secret Hitler , #Hail Hydra and #The Resistance: Avalon among many others too. 

I'll probably be trying #Secret Hitler and #The Resistance: Avalon soon (new to the hobby) and feel I'd enjoy them. But I also know many who are not fond of those types of games off the bat. There are simpler alternatives such as #Skull and #A Fake Artist Goes to New York that I found take a simpler approach to the bluffing aspect and are more approachable for everyone, requiring small lies and mindgames rather than outwardly lying to someone. 

I like the re-theming of #The Resistance to #The Resistance: Avalon , as the original was fairly bland, plus the extra player powers were a fun twist


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