Ashes Reborn: Rise of the Phoenixborn


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Is Ashes Reborn: Rise of the Phoenixborn fun to play?

Is Ashes Reborn: Rise of the Phoenixborn fun to play?
Ashes Reborn: Rise of the Phoenixborn
Players: 2 – 4 players | Game Duration 30 – 120 mins | Min. Age 14+ | Game complexity: MEDIUM Genre: Card Games, Dice, Fantasy, Fighting Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Ashes Reborn: Rise of the Phoenixborn about?

Are you a fan of card games? If so, you’ll want to give Ashes Reborn a try. Set in the world of Argaia, players take on the roles of powerful Phoenixborns – powerful warriors with magical powers derived from their innate connection to nature and the divine spirits that inhabit the land. As they battle for supremacy over an ancient conflict between magic-wielding dynasties, there’s plenty of exciting action along with intricate strategies to be found around every corner.

Ashes pits you against other Phoenixborn in a battle of wits and magic. You can cast spells and summon allies to destroy your opponents. A player’s deck comprises of a Phoenixborn card, spell and unit cards and dice. The Phoenixborn is your most important card.

A unit’s battlefield and spellboard values determine how many spells or units you are allowed to have in play and a unit’s life value determines how many wound tokens you can place on it. Units that you summon to your battlefield are allies and conjurations.

Your battlefield units are under your control. A reaction or action spell is discarded for one-time effects, while a ready or alteration spell lasts for a while. You control the spells in your play area. Dice are magic that lets you summon units and cast spells.

Your battles will involve many types of dice; the master set contains four. Each die has three levels: power > class > basic. Higher level dice can be used to pay for lower level costs. • A power symbol can be used as that die’s power, class or basic symbol. • A class symbol can be used as that die’s class or basic symbol. In addition, each die’s power symbol can be spent to activate a dice power effect.

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Awards Won by Ashes Reborn: Rise of the Phoenixborn

2015 Golden Geek Best Card Game Nominee 2015 Golden Geek Best Board Game Artwork/Presentation Nominee 2015 Golden Geek Best 2-Player Board Game Nominee 2015 Cardboard Republic Striker Laurel Nominee 2015 Boa

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