Within the sky-scraping Sunreach Tower, Clarity, Inc. has gathered the most brilliant scientists, surgeons, businesspeople and entrepreneurs together with a single goal: Make humanity better — while profiting from it. Will you follow Lain Cochrane, CEO of Clarity, Inc., as he cashes in on the progress his company has made for the people of Macedon? […]
Before she could catch her breath, another impact sent glass flying across the lab.
All three researchers screamed.
“What have we done?” Selina asked into the ether, all three onlookers stunned in disbelief.
“Something miraculous.” Remer answered. “Something groundbreaking.”
Those found guilty face the justice of the Highcourt.
The artwork in the Council Authority theme deck does a great job of capturing the labyrinthine bureaucracy of the Council and the characters that serve it. But sometimes, there’s more to these cards than meets the eye — little stories hidden away in the artwork, where the same characters keep popping up.
Today we’ll take a look at one of these little vignettes: a tale of Highcourt Justice.
Welcome back to another edition of Deckbuilding. In my third installment, I will be talking about possibly one of the easier to overlook Primes in our game, Captain Shaun Mason. Upon initial inspection, Captain Mason appears to be simply interested in Guards, a type-themed Prime. As the member of the design team who was on […]
Today, we would like to introduce a new video series to compliment our ‘Playtesting series’ called: ‘Deck Tech’. In this series, we will be taking an in-depth look at different decks that appeared during our playtesting. The first installment is a control deck designed by one of our playtesters, titled “Ben Gentry Control”.
Greed or prosperity, freedom or control, are all subject to the whims and caprices of the five Council members, or Consuls.
Our goal in designing the Council deck was to make sure both of these perspectives show through on the cards — so that you, the player, could decide exactly how insidious or idealistic your government ought to be.