If you missed out on the original Time of Legends Joan of Arc board game crowdfunding campaign via Kickstarter, you’ll be pleased to know that an updated version is now available in the form of Time of Legends Joan of Arc board game 1.5. Offering a few tweaks and improvements to the original game as well as a chance for those who missed out on the original to once again have a chance to own the 2-4 player scenario-based board game of medieval battle and myth. Check out the video below to learn more about what you can expect from the latest edition of Time of Legends: Joan of Arc from Mythic Games.
As with most Kickstarter board game campaigns there are plenty of miniature’s, stretch goals and optional extras to pad out your pledge. For more information and the complete list of all available pledge options jump over to the official campaign page by following the link below.
“This is our sixth Kickstarter and we’ve learned a lot from our previous five. Producing thousands of products and coordinating their delivery to homes across the planet is a complex business, and there are many things which could go wrong. This is why we build in as much time for the unforeseen as possible. We want to ensure that we have the space to deal with any unexpected setbacks and still get your game to you before the estimated delivery date. Bundles are themed collections of add-ons. Each is designed for a slightly different type of gamer, but all come with a discounted total price. You can add one or more bundles (and/or individual add-ons) to any pledge level. Note that these bundles do not include the core rules or new expansions (1.5 upgrade kit and Teutonic Knights).”
“To give you a frame of reference for exactly when you will get your game, Mythic Battles: Pantheon began delivery earlier than estimated, whilst Time of Legends: Joan of Arc season 1 was a bit late and is now almost completely delivered. Solomon Kane is a big scope project and we have announced that we would be late. Reichbusters: Projekt Vril is now scheduled to be delivered in February 2020 instead of November 2019. Super Fantasy Brawl is on track and we will soon start the production. For all our games, we communicate with our backers with regular updates at least once a week, plus our posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and our videos on YouTube.”