Doing some messy experiments with Motika makers and India ink on this #warcry Iron Golem!
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🛡 𝗡𝗲𝘄 𝗶𝘁𝗲𝗺!
Armor (shield), uncommon
While holding this heavy iron shield, you can use an action to plant it in the ground and expand its height and width to stretch up to 15 feet across in either direction, potentially becoming a flat defensive wall or similar platform. The edges of the shield magically conform to fit the shape of an enclosed space, such as the walls of a tunnel or hallway. While holding the expanded shield in place, your speed becomes 0 and you have disadvantage on Dexterity checks and Dexterity saving throws. Regardless of the shield's size, its weight remains the same.
The expanded shield is considered a nonmagical structure that has AC 14 and 40 hit points. The shield can remain expanded for up to 1 minute before it reverts back to its normal size. The expanded shield reverts early (but is not destroyed) if it reaches 0 hit points or moves. If you're holding the expanded shield, you can choose to revert it early as a bonus action.
Once this property of the shield has been used, it can't be used again until the following dawn.
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Mondays might suck, but at least you now know the next episode of the Game Gypsy Podcast will drop this upcoming Monday! On this episode, I'll discuss the game "The Pursuit of Happiness" 😊
What’s a newer game in your collection you’re itching to try? 😃
For us it’s Black Angel—each player being an AI on a ship approaching a habitable planet. We saw a bit of it at GenCon, and it looks a bit like 🇫🇷 Troyes, with vibrant art by Ian O’Toole.
Definition: Bosk- a small wooded area
Was curious why it was named Bosk and that clears everything up pretty easily. 🍁🌲🐿️
Bosk is a nice simple area of control game composed of two rounds. In round one you place trees of values 1-4 and fight for majority control across horizontal and vertical lines. Once all trees are placed, points are awarded to leaders both horizontally and vertically.
Round 2 is where things really take off because you are now placing leaves! The cool thing here is that your tree placement from last round actually matters. You can only place your own leaves off of your own trees. The other major stipulation is that wind is now a factor. Each turn the wind blows a different direction meaning you can only place leaves in that specific direction.
The number of leaves you place is determined by cards provided to you for this round numbered Squirrel (1) to 8.
You will need to plan things out effectively because you are now fighting for areas on the board with your leaves. In a pinch you can always cover up opponents leaves with your own for an extra cost or use that squirrel meeple to cover up atleast 1 pile for no additional cost.
The game ends once the final leaf is placed and points are scored!
An easy game with a lovely look!