Epic Reincarnation

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Epic Reincarnation
Designer Thomas Pickens
Date 2/05/2009
Players 2,4,6,8,10
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To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)
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Special Rules

There are two sides, the Villains and the Heroes. Good and evil sides are chosen, and then each player randomly draws a card from their perspective Epic Villain or Epic Hero pile. This is the first goal for reincarnation. Now a role takes place to decide who goes first. The first turn is as follows: Draw from your perspective Loot piles, Turn over an Event card, respond to it with a role, if the role is under ask and negotiate for help from

Card List

Thor-[7]
pic Hero
Reincarnation Cost P-4_S-4_In-1_Y(w)-1_Sk-3

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P-4 You may subtract 2 tokens from opponent's winnings
3 of Each- Subtract one LF point from one player
P-2 + Sk-2 Deal three damage to one opponent
Gilgamesh-[10]
Epic Hero
Reincarnation Cost P-6_S-4_In-3_Y(w)-4_Sk-4 ___________________________
Bruce Lee-[6+X]
Epic Hero
Link-[5]
Epic Hero
Batman-[10]
Epic Hero
Cloud-[7]
Epic Hero
Gandalf[4+X]
Epic Hero
Neo-[9]
Epic Hero
Captain Kirk-[8.1]
Epic Hero
Optimums Prime-[9]
Epic Hero
Loki-[10]
Epic Villain
Humbaba-[11]
Epic Villain
Dracula-[0]
Epic Villain
Big Brother-[14]
Epic Villain
Darth Vader-[6]
Epic Villain
Cthulha-[20]
Epic Villain
Sephiroth-[12]
Epic Villain
The Devil-[30-X]
Epic Villain
Galactus-[10]
Epic Villain
The Joker-[8+X]
Epic Villain