Asgard

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Rating Summary (4 Total)

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There's... a lot going on. A whole lot. It's got fascinating tempo, and lots of ways to interfere with/piggyback off of other players. It takes forever to explain, though. I wish it were less obtuse.

1/26/2020

Role selection, worker placement, area control (sort of). Turn order is changeable during the round, and going first may not be important at all if you've decided to do completely different things to your opponents. Choose the Gods to influence, take turns to place tokens on the chosen Gods in turn order, resolve individual tokens in turn order, then deal with the end of round "fights" to set up for end game final scoring. If it wasn't at least three hours for a first game and still over two hours with experience I'd possibly rate this among my absolute favourites.

1/3/2020