Biggest Battle Maybe in Epic Duels History

 

13 comments

  1. Mark says:

    Awesome, really like your character changes and the expansion characters. You guys should try a chessex battle mat for a play surface. Dry erase battle mat that you can make your own maps on. Pretty sweet.

  2. Christopher says:

    What do you use to print the expansion decks? What does that process look like? Love the set up and the expansion packs.

    • roman says:

      Hi Chris, thanks for asking. I buy 110 lb. cardstock from Staples and I print on a full-color printer. I try to use the one at work because it can get expensive. I print on one side, then print the backs on the reverse side. Happy dueling.

  3. Will says:

    Where do you guys find other mini figures for the custom decks? And are you guys gonna be making more decks? I have seen some on other sites but you guys have the best setup by far.

    • roman says:

      Hi Will, thanks for the kind remarks. Feel free to leave feedback on any of the individual deck pages. By now you’ve probably seen that we have decks for Kylo Ren and for Rey & Finn. We will make more if we are so inspired to.

  4. Josiah says:

    I’m curious as to your guys thoughts on bigger games as me and one friend like to play 6v6 (or 7v7 now that I got pieces for Poo koon and luminara) I feel like in some ways it adds more strategy and makes you really think about what you are going to do every turn

    • roman says:

      Yeah, there are some fun elements to playing a bigger game but even at 3v3, I find the game changes quite a bit. Ranged characters and characters that can do damage from a distance really power up, which I think is fine. Moreover, you have to build custom maps for games that are 3v3 or bigger, and those can change the dynamics quite a bit based on how you build them. Overall I don’t think Epic Duels is well-suited to bigger games, while there are some really great systems out there for that kind of stuff like Star Wars Miniatures or Imperial Assault. I think it’s fun for Epic Duels every once in a while.

      • Josiah says:

        Interesting, I find it more entertaining than a smaller game it can take longer but the whole game can still come down to one clever move or one lucky draw. And for the maps we combine the two original maps and it usually works pretty well. If we try any bigger we will probably and some sort of card draw between turns somewhere

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