Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition


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Is Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition fun to play?

Is Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition fun to play?
Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition

Players: 4 – 10 players | Game Duration 30 – 30 mins | Min. Age 13+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Bluffing, Card Games, Deduction, Fantasy, Historical, Negotiation, Party Game, Spies Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition about?

‘Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition’ is a hidden role deduction game that takes place in the legendary world of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table

How to Play

The gameplay of ‘Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition’ involves a group of players taking on different roles, each with their own unique abilities and goals. These roles are divided into two teams – the loyal knights of King Arthur and the traitorous minions of Mordred. It’s up to the players to figure out who is on which team through a series of missions.

To add another layer of excitement, there are also ‘Merlin’ and ‘Assassin’ roles in play. The role of Merlin is to help the loyal knights by giving them information about who the minions are, but he must do so without revealing his own identity. On the other hand, the Assassin’s goal is to figure out who Merlin is and eliminate him before the loyal knights can complete their missions.

The game mainly revolves around deduction and strategy. Each round, players are given a mission to complete, and they must choose a team of players to carry it out. The catch is that the minions can secretly sabotage missions in order to prevent them from being completed. This adds an element of uncertainty and tension to each mission, as you never know if your teammates are truly loyal or just pretending.

Additionally, players must also navigate through the special abilities of each role, which can greatly impact the outcome of the game. For example, Merlin must be careful not to give away too much information, while the Assassin must use their deduction skills to identify and eliminate Merlin.

Who Can Play

‘Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition’ is a great game for anyone who enjoys strategic and social board games. It’s perfect for a group of friends or family looking to have a fun and engaging game night. The game is recommended for ages 13+, but I’ve played it with younger players who were able to understand and enjoy it as well.

What Makes It Fun

In my opinion, the best part about ‘Quest: Avalon Big Box Edition’ is the social aspect. It’s a game that truly brings people together and encourages them to communicate and strategize. The hidden role aspect adds an element of mystery and surprise, making each playthrough unique and exciting. Additionally, the artwork and theme of the game are beautifully done, immersing players in the legendary world of King Arthur.

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