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WizKids announces Fantasy Realms

While it’s great to have a large table full of miniatures and tokens, sometimes something with cards can be a nice diversion.  WizKids is bringing Fantasy Realm with a small deck of cards.

WizKids is excited to announce the upcoming release of the card game, Fantasy Realms, designed by Bruce Glassco!

As a ruler of a far-away land, each player must create the best card combos by drawing and discarding cards to build the mightiest realm in the world. You might choose to build up a massive force with army cards to sweep all before you.  Or perhaps your kingdom will thrive in the mountains using caverns for shelter or jungles for protection with land card combos. The choice is yours, for no two realms will ever be the same.

Designed for 3-6 players, this combo-licious card game allows players to choose to draw from the deck or discard pile to create the best hand possible. You can only have 7 cards so choose wisely as the game ends when there are 10 cards in the discard area. Aim for the highest score to win the game and become the ruler of the realm.

Fantasy Realms will be available in limited quantities this June at Origins Game Fair and will be released in stores in August. Pre-order your copy at your friendly local game store today for $19.99!

For additional information and images, please visit: http://wizkids.com/fantasy-realms/

It sounds like Fantasy Realms will have multiple paths to victory.  It sounds like a few copies will be available at Origins, so if you are there be sure to check it out.

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