You must start with the lowest level, and upgrading to the next level costs the gold amount shown.
In the setup phase, you may upgrade your towers as much as you can afford, but you may only build two towers per player. The game takes place over 5 battles, with 3 waves of Drakka in each battle.
Military leaders are focused on killing Drakka, political leaders are focused on imperial favors, and spiritual leaders are a mix of the two.
Each faction also has its own particular strengths: humans can fire more shots, elves have longer range shots, and dwarves do more damage per shot.
That indicates how many Drakka cards will be drawn from the deck.The hobbit has some precedents, but the genesis was a strange moment when he wrote, without thinking about it, "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit".Tolkien's inspiration was frequently linguistic, so he then had to figure out what hobbits were.The gameplay isn’t too difficult, so younger players who have the patience for a longer game (with a heavy amount of arithmetic) would do fine, and there aren’t any The deluxe version, which has a pledge, will have tiles instead of cards for the towers, wooden tokens for the petitions, spy networks, war chests, and markers, and a metal die, along with a box sleeve.in the box, and the components photo above only shows a portion of the game board, which is a large six-fold board that takes up a significant amount of space on the table.Combust, Falconry, and Apathy have one-time effects: increase damage, increase range, or slow down enemies.You can gain imperial favors by trading in sets of petitions or by spending 25 gold per battle.I like the Drakka and the towers, though I found the characters to be a little overly cartoony.I’m definitely interested in seeing the rest of the towers, though—the prototype I had only had illustrations for the air/ground towers for each faction. The goal of the game is to earn the most Victory Points over the course of 5 battles.is a semi-cooperative tower defense board game for 1 to 3 players, ages 13 and up, and takes 1 to 3 hours to play.It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of for a copy of the game (or for the deluxe edition).