Slaying the hand you're dealt in The Cards of Cthulhu

Title Slaying the hand you're dealt in The Cards of Cthulhu
Author Tom Chick
Posted in Games
When August 21, 2013

Note: Phantom Leader designer Dan Verssen asked if I would take a look at a prototype version of a game he's publishing, which is in the middle of a successful Kickstarter campaign..

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It's $30. I think you're looking at the previous tier, which is the bonus pack of coins and custom dice for $25 plus $10 US shipping if you're not getting the game.

I'm not quite sure why you would do that, personally. But $30 for the game sounds like a pretty good deal to me and currently also includes a 17x22 poster and at $20k (less than a thousand away at time of writing) an art book.

I still don't agree that Elder Sign and Arkham Horror share anything but art and some terminology, and I think comparing the two does Elder Sign a disservice in that it raises expectations that Elder Sign isn't making an effort to meet, really.

Ah, right you are on the price. Thanks for the correction!

Possible corrections:
"There is no HP Lovecraft [story] where four gods come knocking at once."
"... you have to play a Yahtzee style game to get a sequence of numbers or matching [sets]."

"I’m pretty sure it’s not realistic."

Whoa whoa whoa, sir. Let's not be too hasty.

I believe a lot of your failures to recognize things is probably because much of it originates in the Hyborean Heresies, etc... (i.e., non-Lovecraft-authored stories).