Myth Board Game
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- Myth is a fully co-operative fantasy game
- For 2-5 players
- Takes about 2 hours to play
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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A fully cooperative fantasy board game, players in Myth control avatars within a three-act story (Myth), clothed in immense power and able to reave all but the mightiest foes. However, this power must be tempered and balanced lest the Darkness takes too much notice. Players must weigh their actions against the threat each will bring, with the consequences of awakening more evil and bringing doom on the party's endeavors. But, be wary! The minions of Darkness are formidable and eager to snatch glory from the valiant! Cooperation is the key to victory and bloody fortune - or Darkness dooms all to a deadly fate!
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|Item Dimensions||17 x 4.5 x 13 in||11.81 x 4 x 14.57 in||11.75 x 11.75 x 4.25 in||10 x 12.5 x 12.5 in||3.15 x 12.2 x 12.2 in||11.81 x 2.36 x 11.81 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||7 lbs||5.42 lbs||6.85 lbs||2 lbs||—|
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Anyway, throw the rules away and search for explanatory videos on YouTube or the publisher's site. That's the best way I've found to get even a vague idea of how to play.
1. No need for a GM, Keeper, or anything like that. Which, in a way is a con (see below #1 below).
2. Truly a co-operative game and when played with friends who really care about the game - it's a tremendous amount of fun! You can sit down and chat about strategies and get the most our of your characters!
3. The production value is very high! The art is amazing.
4. I own many of the other miniature board games like Mansions of Madness and Doom and played many others like Wrath of Ashardalon and Elder Sign - Myth is much more involved than any of those games and possibly my favorite (Thought I love being the Keeper in Mansion of Madness).
5. Replay-ability out the waaaaahhhh zooooo! And can create your own adventures.
6. Doesn't take itself too seriously... you'll know it when you see it.
7. Characters can be saved from one play session to the next.
1. Rules, yes even with all the help guides online - it's still a bit cumbersome and not organized well. Once you understand them - they still seem to need refinement. But they are easy adaptable to "house" rules.
2. Pricier than others even at $75 on sale.
3. Too many bits and bobs. There is stuff everywhere and the "checklist" of things to do every time something happens is a bit annoying.
I play DnD 3.5e / Pathfinder, this is a great substitute for getting people together and killing some enemies without the need for a GM - everyone has fun. I love it.
THERE ARE A NEW SET OF RULES ON THE COMPANY'S WEBSITE THAT ARE EASIER TO UNDERSTAND. I recommend downloading those and using the rulebook that comes with the game for pictures.
The game has beautiful minis and amazing artwork.
1)The rulebook is not very good and can be downright confusing.
2)Had to watch the walkthrough play and walkthrough set-up on the manufacturer website and still its confusing
Good concept poor execution
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