Core Worlds released in 2011 and marketed as “A deck-building card game of intergalactic conquest” was a game I came to with very high hopes. I had grown weary of bland deck builders but still liked the idea of deck building in concept. Core worlds is themed around the decay of the civilization and your journey from being a barbarian star empire on the outskirts of its boards, to amassing your own power and making a bid to conquer the core worlds of this once great empire for your own.
With the power held in these pages, one will forge a Hero, a veteran of dangerous adventures, a capable and courageous champion of Arcanis. There are many such Heroes – be they brave knights, pious priests, cunning rakes or mysterious sorcerers – but Fate has only a chosen few destined to shape the world with their passing. Your Hero is among them.
Enter a world rich and strange – even the cover art suggests this even before you read a word! But it’s stranger – and scarier – that you might imagine. The opening piece of fiction sets the scene: a heady mix of warfare, implacable enemies, fighting machines… and yet at the core human beings, maybe a bit different but still real people who care, who love, who hate… and have nightmares afterwards.
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