Mice & Mystics Heart of Glorm Tabletop Game
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- A New Storybook For Mice and Mystics!
- This expansion set requires Mice and Mystics: Sorrow and Remembrance to play.
- 1-4 Players | 60-90 Min Play Time | Ages 7+
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The Heart of Glorm storybook picks up right after the events of Sorrow and Remembrance, letting you and your friends continue the story of Prince Collin, Maginos, Tilda, Nez, Filch and Lily. Included in this expansion are new plastic figures, cards and counters, as well as a new series of chapters sure to test your mettle! And joining the heroes is Neré, a wild mystic who brings her powerful magic and knowledge of alchemy to the battle.
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It loses a star as it's pricey for what you get, and I really would have liked to get some extra boards and a few more figures for the price. That said it's a good addition, and extends the lifespan of the base game.
Following on from this set is another more comprehensive expansion ( Plaid Hat Games Mice and Mystics Downwood Tales Board Game ) that does include extra mini's and boards, and whilst even more expensive, I think is a better sequel. For the full experience though buy these in the order, Mice and Mystics, The Heart of Glorm, then Downwood tales.
N.B. If you go to the Plaid Hat website, you'll also find two very cheap downloadable extra chapters that slot in around the main three sets. Worth checking out if you are a fan.
Kids may find this less friendly and more scary. Many new monsters are undead and very creepy compared to the base.
I've noticed that a lot of sellers are trying to sell the game at a huge mark up, claiming that it is out of print. I suggest you visit plaidhatgames.com - the maker of the game - and check to see if they have it for sale in their store before shelling out too much money for it.
If you'd prefer your expansions to have more bells and whistles, then check out Downwood Tales. It costs the same as the base game, but it also offers a campaign the same length as the original and about as many new maps and miniatures.
The rules take some time to learn, highly recommend the website to learn the basics.
Takes about an hour per chapter.