Altar Quest

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Is Altar Quest fun to play?
Altar Quest

Players: 1 – 4 players | Game Duration 30 – 90 mins | Min. Age 14+ | Game complexity: Genre: Adventure, Card Games, Dice, Exploration, Fighting, Fantasy, Miniatures Solo game mode: Yes | Co-op: Yes | Online Version: No

What is Altar Quest about?

With Altar Quest, each player controls a hero with their own cards and equipment. To begin the game, each player chooses a quest card, an enemy threat card, and a sinister villain card. They are all fixed and do not require assembly, but can be mixed and matched to create a variety of deck combinations. In addition to the enemies in the threat deck, lurkers are always present in every quest. In the game, lurkers are represented by a variety of enemies that heroes must overcome. The unstable magic of the altars continuously affects the game as heroes try to complete their quest before attracting the attention of the almighty villain. The altar dice have mystical powers known as rhunes, which can enhance cards in various ways. When an altar die is used (whether by the heroes or the enemies), that die is rolled to create an ever-changing mix of rhunes to draw from.

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Awards Won by Altar Quest

2020 Board Game Quest Awards Best Game from a Small Publisher Nominee

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