Jose V
I own a couple of Cthulhu mythos-based games and I would say that Death May Die has become my new personal favorite in the genre. The box is neatly packed and all minis fit into their respective areas. Each Elder One has its box, which for the base game is Cthulhu and Hastur. The only thing that doesn't have a designated space is the map tiles. So at the moment they are currently just rattling around in the box, and they are of varying sizes, so it might require a large zip bag to hold them. Rules wise it takes a bit of getting used to but as soon as you get into the flow of the game, it's fairly simple to gameplay. Speaking of gameplay, it can be a bit difficult. I have played through the first episode and one of the mechanics of that episode is fire. While I was fighting efficiently it was a little difficult to deal with fire and it caused a lot of problems, but it was INCREDIBLY fun to play. I would highly recommend this game if you're into the Cthulhu mythos and enjoy being able to punch cultists and Elder Ones in the face, instead of trying to avoid them. P.S. This game and its expansions are kind of hard to find (as of writing this), so just be aware of that fact.
3 months ago
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