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Sword Fighting card game - looking for the name
« on: October 21, 2016, 11:24:15 PM »

Hi all, so I understand that this is going to be an unfortunately vague question but after scouring boardgame geek I have turned up nothing, so I turn to my fellow gamers here for help.

A few years back at I believe the first or second Metatopia I played a card game where each player had a deck on swordplay moves and techniques.  The cards if I recall were attacks and defenses of different parts of the body and perhaps other such things.  Each player I believe would lay down 5 or some number of cards and then you would go down the row resolving the attacks and defenses with the goal of killing the opponent.

If I recall the game wasn't published yet but the guys demoing it were working on that.  So does anyone know what that game was called and if it ever came out?  I remember it being a lot of fun and am interested in finding it again.
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Re: Sword Fighting card game - looking for the name
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2016, 11:25:23 PM »

Nevermind my question is answered in the thread directly below mine...-_-

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Re: Sword Fighting card game - looking for the name
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2016, 11:59:41 PM »

Just saw a copy recently down in South Jersey, a couple of the boffer folk I wander with were mucking around getting a feel for the rules. Curious where this goes. Surprising it takes four years to get from a playtest to finished product.
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