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Tee Turtle Unstable Unicorns Dragon Expansion $24.95 Board Games
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Who will rule the skies over your stable?
This expansion adds dragon themed upgrade, downgrade and magic cards, along with all new unicorns to battle. The first person to build an army of 7 Unicorns wins!
Dragon Slayer Unicorn Card
Dragon's Misfortune Card
Dragon's Breath Card
Dragon Protection Card
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However.... WARNING FOR TWO PLAYERS...Do not shuffle the cards before you play two players. There is a whole list of cards that have to be removed for only two players (like half the deck). We didn't discover that until after we shuffled for the first play and it was obnoxious trying to find all the cards we had to pull out. Of course, this list is online with the rules.
Otherwise, we had a blast and I will be getting the expansion packs soon!
Okay Okay, I'm joking. I'm not married.
But in all seriousness this game is awesome. From Super Fertile Unicorn who gives you a baby unicorn to Fat Unicorn that plays as two unicorns, the cards are creative and entertaining.
In this game, you have to get a certain amount of unicorns in your stable. However, other players can steal and kill your unicorns, so it's enough strategy for them where they can basically pick between 3 options:
1) Build your stable
2) Defend your stable
3) Attack your opponents
That's basically it. The options are limited enough that they are able to understand after only a couple rounds of playing and it's a great starter game if you ever want to get them into MTG or some other horrifically confusing strategy game. After they perfect their strategy for this game (or get bored of it; but I plan on buying the Dragon expansion soon), I plan to introduce them to Smash Up, which adds a bit more complexity but still the same basic concept.
This is a card game that tends to be half luck based and half skill based. Certainly, the core concept and objective requires you to weigh some options and make some basic plans about how you'll attempt to meet the goal, but this game is fairly fast paced and fun because it doesn't involve or really allow long-scope planning or strategy, since what you get in your hand or what happens to you in any given round is between the luck of the draw for you and the other players and what they decide to do. The designers did a good job of incorporating some counters to various attacks by players (chiefly in the "Neigh" card and certain upgrades that will negate that card or other attacks).
Overall, it's easy to start this game and play is fairly quick, intuitive and fun. It's well balanced between outright sabotage of other players, strategy, goal setting, and luck, and there are a lot of unique upgrades, downgrades and unicorn types that make the game entertaining.