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Recommended Age:

14+

Average Play-time:

45 Minutes

Difficulty level:

Great for a regular boardgame night

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Indie Boards & Cards

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Card GameFantasyScience Fiction

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You are not breach mages yet,Brama lectures as she paces down the line of students, her frail form belying her immense power. Breach mages have protected us since the beginning since the burning of the world and our pilgrimage into the dark. It was they who founded Gravehold, our last bastion, and if you wish to stand beside these living legends, you must listen and learn. The Nameless shall come again, as they always have, and you will need to be ready. You are the hope of our future.As a young apprentice, you grew up to stories of the breach mages. Brama, the teacher, wisest of the mages....
You are not breach mages yet,Brama lectures as she paces down the line of students, her frail form belying her immense power. Breach mages have protected us since the beginning since the burning of the world and our pilgrimage into the dark. It was they who founded Gravehold, our last bastion, and if you wish to stand beside these living legends, you must listen and learn. The Nameless shall come again, as they always have, and you will need to be ready. You are the hope of our future.

As a young apprentice, you grew up to stories of the breach mages. Brama, the teacher, wisest of the mages. Dezmodia, the prodigy, master of great magic. Mist, the stoic leader and tactical genius. Malastar, the magical craftsman. Rebellious, powerful, and reckless perfectly sum up Xaxos. These mages are your heroes and tomorrow, after your ordeal, you will join their ranks.

Each of you must overcome your ordeal to learn discipline and focus, the tools you will need to defend Gravehold. We are nothing without Gravehold. To be a breach mage is to sacrifice your life for Gravehold. When you die, it will be in defense of our city. Once you understand this universal truth...only then will you be ready to become a breach mage.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
83%
(5)
17%
(1)
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J
Jonathan Nikakis
Aeons end legacy

Very fun and engaging game, my first game of the series and will definitely be buying more from the IP.
Great mechanics mixed with easy to understand rules and a well planned out (not overly deep) campaign makes it a great game for most ages

B
Brian Stephens
Flat story but great mechanics

I had a lot of fun with this (and using card sleeves and blue tack I can replay it, as I was able to non-sticker the entire game.)

Pros:
Lots of Nemeses
A ton of new mechanics, all of which were excellent and quite innovative.

Cons:
A very flat predictable story, a 4-year old would be able to guess the “surprise” end after the 3rd battle. There’s no real story the narrative just strings together the battles.
You end up with uber-mages that will blast standard Nemeses into oblivion. You need to nerf them if you wish to use them in other games of Aeon’s end.
Not all the market cards are transferable as the earlier ones are under-powered and the later ones are OP.

But I still really enjoyed the game and do not regret purchasing it.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
83%
(5)
17%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
Jonathan Nikakis
Aeons end legacy

Very fun and engaging game, my first game of the series and will definitely be buying more from the IP.
Great mechanics mixed with easy to understand rules and a well planned out (not overly deep) campaign makes it a great game for most ages

B
Brian Stephens
Flat story but great mechanics

I had a lot of fun with this (and using card sleeves and blue tack I can replay it, as I was able to non-sticker the entire game.)

Pros:
Lots of Nemeses
A ton of new mechanics, all of which were excellent and quite innovative.

Cons:
A very flat predictable story, a 4-year old would be able to guess the “surprise” end after the 3rd battle. There’s no real story the narrative just strings together the battles.
You end up with uber-mages that will blast standard Nemeses into oblivion. You need to nerf them if you wish to use them in other games of Aeon’s end.
Not all the market cards are transferable as the earlier ones are under-powered and the later ones are OP.

But I still really enjoyed the game and do not regret purchasing it.