Roll for cuteness as Here to Slay heads to Kickstarter today

If you’re one of the scant few that hasn’t heard of the mega-popular Unstable Unicorns, you may want to listen up anyways: Teeturtle founder Ramy Badie has just announced that the newest campaign for Here to Slay is available now, and it’s already crashed its initial funding goal of $10,000. The campaign will run until February 11 and will allow 2-6 players to recruit adorable heroes and slay marginally less adorable monsters.

Welcome, adventurers! We are so excited to introduce our brand new game, Here to Slay.

Here to Slay is a 2-6 player turn-based role-playing competitive strategic fantasy card game.

In this game, you’ll assemble a full party of heroes to slay dangerous monsters while working to avoid the sabotage of your foes. The game also includes items you can equip to your heroes, 1V1 challenge cards, and roll modifiers to tip the odds in your favor.

The first player to slay three monsters or assemble a full party wins the game!

Every player gets to choose a party leader character to represent them throughout the game. Each party leader card has a class and a skill that gives you an edge over your opponents. Whether you enjoy fighters, bards, wizards, or thieves, you’ll find a party leader that’s right for your play style – but choose wisely, because you only get one party leader for the whole game!

Your heroes are brave adventurers, ready to attack monsters and go head to head with your foes! The game includes over 40 unique heroes. Each hero card has a class and an effect, and each hero’s effect has a roll requirement. In order to use a hero’s effect, you must roll two dice and score equal to or higher than that effect’s roll requirement.

Everyone wants to be a hero, but are you brave enough to face off against these monsters? If you successfully slay three monsters, you win the game, but attacking a monster may come at a price! In order to slay that monster, you must roll two dice and score equal to or higher than that monster’s roll requirement.

Be warned: Each monster has a roll range in which they’ll fight back, and if you score within that range, your party might be in grave danger…

Copies of the game will ship this September, and backers can choose from basic tiers such as the base game for $20, the Kickstarter Edition for $25, and more. Stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.


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