We were a bit slow getting this one out due to the holiday, but we have some days left to act if this sounds as good to you as it does to us.
Mythic Games, developer of the forthcoming Mythic Battles: Pantheon miniatures board game and Monolith Entertainment, publishers of the multi-million dollar Kickstarted Conan Board Game, announce today the addition of Corinthia: A Conan – Mythic Battles Crossover and Box of Titans Add-Ons, both compatible with the Mythic Battles: Pantheon board game. Mythic Battles: Pantheon is currently funding on Kickstarter, having raised nearly 2000% percent of its original goal, with eight days to go and culminating on December 2, 2016.
The Corinthia: Conan – Mythic Battles Crossover add-on allows players to play their favorite heroes and monsters from Mythic Battles: Pantheon (MB:P) in the Conan Board Game with 16 new miniatures, including a Kickstarter exclusive Flying Ape mini (Herald of Typhon, a son of the powerful Titan), as well as a new scenario book with four new Conan scenarios and three MB:P scenarios, tokens, Conan character sheets, troop card, character dashboard and activation cards.
The Box of Titans brings four more massive figures to the game – Gaia, Cronos, Typhon and Enceladus – as well as additional character dashboards, activation cards, stat clips and six new scenarios. These epic additions to the Mythic Battles: Pantheon universe expand an already huge board game experience for fans of Greek mythology and miniatures board games.
Mythic Battles: Pantheon features a redesign by original Mythic Battles designer Benoit Vogt and game industry veteran Léonidas Vesperini, innovative game play for two-four players in both scenarios and skirmishes, highly detailed miniatures in scaled human, god and titan sizes and artwork by legendary fantasy artists Stefan Kopinksi, Paolo Parente, Guillem H. Pongiluppi and Loic Muzy. Mythic Battles: Pantheon is co-published by Mythic Games with Monolith Entertainment, publisher of the Conan Board Game.
The mighty Titans of Greek lore awoke and unleashed a massive attack on Olympus. While the Titans were ultimately defeated, the world was ravaged and the surviving Olympians now mere mortals. As the former Gods awake to a broken world, Mythic Battles: Pantheon begins their adventure through Olympus, Styx and the Labyrinth of Minos to regain the glory left decimated by the wrath of the Titans. Playing as Zeus, Athena or any number of Greek gods alongside an army of heroes such as Achilles and Hercules and monsters such as the Hydra, Cerberus and Medusa, in victory players will be a god.
Mythic Battles: Pantheon a “Project We Love” handpicked by Kickstarter, is expected to release in hobby game stores worldwide in late 2017. For more information, visit the Kickstarter campaign now in progress.
Article by Nick