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Web site: http://floodgategames.com/Legacy
Email: None available
Category: Board Game
Rules: Legacy: Forbidden Machines (1st Edition)
Duration: 2 hours
Host: unknown (Floodgate Games)
Age requirement: Everyone (6+)
Experience requirement: None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)
Are materials provided: Yes
Location: Indiana Convention Center, room Hall D : Green, table 9-10
Tickets: 1 out of 9 are available (as of 7:40 AM Thursday August 27th, 2020, but this information may be out of date.)
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Time slot: Thu Aug 15 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Event added: Thu Aug 27 7:40 am
Explore a new set of technology cards, introducing 'Activation' and other abilities. Prepare for a whole new level of depth and strategy while you travel back in time to Build Your Legacy. The dark energy fueling the Ancient Machine, called Vesper, is growing out of control; eroding the timeline and causing it to crumble faster than ever. To restore balance the Antiquitects must break their oath and create the Forbidden Machines; mysterious contraptions they were sworn to never bring into existence! Experience the rise of powerful new technologies in Legacy: Forbidden Machines. -- Using all the familiar rules and components from Legacy: Gears of Time, the expansion includes a new set of technologies, many of them introducing the Activation mechanic. Players can activate them during their turn to perform powerful game effects such as drawing extra cards, swapping influence cubes, gaining an additional turn, and many more! Prepare for a whole new level of depth and strategy while you travel back in time to Build Your Legacy. -- All participants receive a free promo card!
The event was originally listed with rules of "Legacy: Forbidden Machines (1st)." It has been changed to "Legacy: Forbidden Machines (1st Edition)."