βš”οΈ πŸ›‘ βš”οΈ Duels of Cartisora βš”οΈ πŸ›‘ βš”οΈ

$27.50

βš”οΈβš”οΈ This fast-paced tabletop game simulates unique warrior skills and weapons differences in a brilliant asymmetrical shotgun card game for twoΒ  βš”οΈβš”οΈΒ  A Card-based one-on-one Battle-simulation:Β  2 Players; 6 Warriors; 15 Possible Match-Ups βš”οΈβš”οΈ

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Description

You enter the sandy pit of Cartisora with confidence. Β Your opponent faces you at the far side of the fighting field, weapon brandished, brow furrowed. Β Looks like a worthy opponent, but you don’t let that show. Instead you draw your weapon and charge your enemy, with an intimidating battle cry.

Only one of you will leave this arena alive.

The asymmetrical warrior skills of the 6 different fighters demands intelligent tactical decisioning, as if playing a game of chess in which each side plays with a different set of pieces and actions are simultaneous.

A shotgun card game based on infamous warriors of their time.Β  Quick to set-up and easy to do battle β€” a perfect test of wits and quick thinking and playable almost anywhere.

The game components are contained in a box the size of a standard paperback pocket novel and the 6 original artwork card decks are produced in a linen finish.

GAME DETAILS

Number of players: 2

For Ages: 13+

Playing time: 5 minutes per round (played in as many rounds as desired)

CONTENTS

  • 6 Original Art Warrior Card Decks
  • 1 Special Abilities Reference Card for Each Warrior
  • 1 Boast CardΒ for Each Warrior
  • 4 Special Abilities CardsΒ for Each Warrior
  • 1 First Blood Token
  • 1 Finisher Token
  • 3 Effect Tokens
  • 1 Rule Book

7 reviews for βš”οΈ πŸ›‘ βš”οΈ Duels of Cartisora βš”οΈ πŸ›‘ βš”οΈ

  1. Anthony Chau

    Duels of Cartisora is a fast, easy to learn, trick-taking, pick-up game for two players, with great dynamics, beautiful art and vicious undercuts. It’s war – with style

  2. Thomas Grogan

    The art is beautiful and you don’t want to interpret a quick game as easy.

  3. Elisa Prashad

    Imagine rock-paper-scissors, but way more variable, as each warrior is unique, yet they’re all balanced. Now you’ve imagined 2 asymmetrical fighters in the battle pits of Cartisora.

  4. Joe Slack

    I’ve watched Cartisora emerge into a tight, fun card game, where you outthink your opponent, by selecting from interesting choices. The multiple decks add to replayability.

  5. Angelica Mendaglio

    The battle mechanics are paired cleverly with specialized cards that can be used by players to turn the tides of battle in their favour.

  6. Ben Cook

    Duels of Cartisora is a riveting battle of strategy and wit. It’s well thought out and balanced with high replay value. I thoroughly enjoy this game.

  7. TheFandomMenace

    This game gives me all the thinky, puzzly, mind game moments that I love in many (two player) games but does so in a small box and quick playtime.

    Reminded me of Campy Creatures, with the card play, but add in asymmetric characters and a shorter playtime (which will help it hit table so much more) and one of my favorite things this game has, a character card for your opponent!! During our plays I just kept talking about how nice it was haha I think I annoyed my wife. It’s a common complaint in asymmetric war games for us when you get blindsided by an opponents rule-breaking skill (think epic duels/unmatched). But being able to see everything your opponent has is so helpful, and truly such a simple thing to add-in, great touch. No more complaining β€œI didn’t know you could do that!”, it manages to be a perfect-information asymmetric war game in ~10min.

    The card art might be a bit odd for some, but in a great unique sort of way, I really enjoy it, first thing that drew me in.

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