Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile board game

Oath is an interactive strategy game about how history gets written. It's about regimes that endure and those that fall into ruin. There are no pre-scripted narratives, fancy production tricks, or procedurally-generated content. Instead, each player's choices determine the course of history and set the stage for the next contest.



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I do that quite often actually! I immediately added #CloudAge after hearing that designer Pfister is coming out with a new game (I still haven't played any of his and this game seems better suited for me). I ended up pre-ordering it so that Trent and I can review it.

I've also done this with #Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile and #Fort before.

Thanks to BGA I was able to snag #Pax Pamir (Second Edition).  Even though I backed #Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile on Kickstarter it was on my Wishlist before it launched so I can add that too.

Not sure what will be in my crosshairs next.

i always feel like randomness gets a bad rep in the community. It IS very frustrating having your plans ruined by bad luck, but it is also exhilirating to succeed with the odds stacked against you, and randomness adds that spice of emotion better than any meticulously mathed out plan ever could. 

i didnt even think about #Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile but it could be on my list as well!

Nice selections! I'm one of those people who jumped straight into Clank! Legacy without any Clank! experience. It shot right up into my top 5 games after game 1 :)

I like deck-building when the mechanic isn't the entire game (e.g. Dominion) so Clank! was a natural choice. The storytelling and the choices it presents to the players are very fun and I love the randomness involved (some people don't like that about Clank! though)

My #1 for this list would be #Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile

Oh and obviously I'm really excited about #Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile since I backed it and it was my one purchase for 2020 (kind of).

I don't think I can answer this question because I've never played on a Neoprene Mat before. #Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile will be my first experience.

I love Western Legends as a game but wish I had waiting for retail.  The KS was too expensive and the Stretch Goals were nothing great.  I am happy I backed Tiny Epic Tactics and Tiny Epic Zombies for the most part, but budget wise I probably could have picked up both for about 1/2 of what I paid to back them.

I am soo happy I backed #Root: The Underworld Expansion.  While it didn't have traditional Stretch Goals (fine by me), it included a few nice extra items that are not included in the retail version.  Yes you can pick up the #Root: The Exiles and Partisans Deck but I'm glad I got it with the game and I got all the nice little extras, the resin clearings, the additional vagabond meeples.

I backed #Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile which is the same publisher and designer as Root so I'm really excited about it.  It had some extras and is a bit lower than what it will be at retail.  Plus I want to support Leder Games and I know it's going to be a game I love.

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