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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #20 on: November 03, 2010, 08:53:44 pm »
I'm thinking of getting this thing just to figure it out...

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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #21 on: November 04, 2010, 12:01:20 am »
My hypothesis: It sounds like you have to race around the board collecting woodsprite tokens by either completing quests (probably by drawing a location card and going there) or battling other players for theirs. I imagine battling would be something like rolling one of the pairs of dice (one pair are movement dice, one pair are "battle dice") and seeing who gets the highest number. This is all a race against time though to collect 8 woodsprite tokens before the RDA collects X amount of RDA tokens or Tree of Soul Destruction cards, which I assume are bad. I have no idea what the Avatar cards are for, maybe battling, or maybe they help negate some of RDA's progress.



Or I could be completely wrong and the game is nothing like that. I mean hey, it's not like they give much description.
yeah that sounds like it could be a very accurate description
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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #22 on: November 04, 2010, 01:52:53 am »
My hypothesis: It sounds like you have to race around the board collecting woodsprite tokens by either completing quests (probably by drawing a location card and going there) or battling other players for theirs. I imagine battling would be something like rolling one of the pairs of dice (one pair are movement dice, one pair are "battle dice") and seeing who gets the highest number. This is all a race against time though to collect 8 woodsprite tokens before the RDA collects X amount of RDA tokens or Tree of Soul Destruction cards, which I assume are bad. I have no idea what the Avatar cards are for, maybe battling, or maybe they help negate some of RDA's progress.



Or I could be completely wrong and the game is nothing like that. I mean hey, it's not like they give much description.
yeah that sounds like it could be a very accurate description
Maybe, it's really just a lot of educated guesses and assumptions. I think it's interesting that there can be situations with no winner though, because that's not something you see in many games. It'd be an interesting aspect to be able to sabotage the game and make everyone lose if it looks like you're going to lose either way, since most of the time you just have to wallow in the other players' victory. Annoying perhaps, but interesting.
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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #23 on: November 08, 2010, 12:42:07 am »
My hypothesis: It sounds like you have to race around the board collecting woodsprite tokens by either completing quests (probably by drawing a location card and going there) or battling other players for theirs. I imagine battling would be something like rolling one of the pairs of dice (one pair are movement dice, one pair are "battle dice") and seeing who gets the highest number. This is all a race against time though to collect 8 woodsprite tokens before the RDA collects X amount of RDA tokens or Tree of Soul Destruction cards, which I assume are bad. I have no idea what the Avatar cards are for, maybe battling, or maybe they help negate some of RDA's progress.



Or I could be completely wrong and the game is nothing like that. I mean hey, it's not like they give much description.
yeah that sounds like it could be a very accurate description
Maybe, it's really just a lot of educated guesses and assumptions. I think it's interesting that there can be situations with no winner though, because that's not something you see in many games. It'd be an interesting aspect to be able to sabotage the game and make everyone lose if it looks like you're going to lose either way, since most of the time you just have to wallow in the other players' victory. Annoying perhaps, but interesting.
Yes you do tend to see that in a lot of games nowdays
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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #24 on: November 09, 2010, 08:31:34 pm »
Maybe, it's really just a lot of educated guesses and assumptions. I think it's interesting that there can be situations with no winner though, because that's not something you see in many games..
Tic-Tac-Toe, anyone?


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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #25 on: November 10, 2010, 11:13:39 pm »
Maybe, it's really just a lot of educated guesses and assumptions. I think it's interesting that there can be situations with no winner though, because that's not something you see in many games..
Tic-Tac-Toe, anyone?

yeah tic tac toe is a really good example
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My Na'vi Name is Ka'apeha
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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #26 on: December 18, 2012, 06:18:05 am »
Agh if this game is anything like the PSP version I will be mad.
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Re: Avatar Board Game
« Reply #27 on: October 04, 2013, 05:05:40 am »
This just in!

There is now a board game for Avatar. Interesting.



I have that same board game! It's amazing! :D
My name is Esteban, and I love Avatar. Oeru syaw Letsteu, sì oeru yawne Uniltìrantokx.

 

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