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Well done! I look forward to your painting reference of the fifth wizard.
Err … what fifth wizard?
We can only hope there is a fifth…………….this is an all out fun (underrated) game easily converted to more than four players (with a second copy). Wouldn’t an expansion be wonderful?
Suggested variant for more than four players: 3 points wins the game. A wizard kill counts for 2. Optionally (to keep players in the game), killed wizards come back as ghosts. They can’t pick up treasure but they can still win with 2 kills….or they can just annoy whoever killed them off.
Ah, you had me worried there for a moment! Thanks for the variant idea. I must get this game on the table more often, I definitely haven’t played it enough.
FFG showcased their first Wiz-War expansion at Gencon. One new wizard, one new board, and a whole bunch of cards/chits. 29.95 USD, and an expected Q4 release. I’d expect a more proper reveal from FFG in the next several weeks.
Ahh, there you go, I missed that announcement completely. Thanks Andrew.