Sagrada Artisans Adds Legacy Format to Popular Game
The Kickstarter for Sagrada Artisans has sent off, offering players a heritage style crusade for players to appreciate. Conduit Games has sent off the Kickstarter for Sagrada Artisans, a new heritage version of the well known dice drafting game that focuses on building stained glass windows. The new game combines the run of the mill dice-drafting mechanics of Sagrada with inheritance interactivity, with players stamping cards and rolling out permanent improvements to the game as the mission progresses. Copies of Sagrada Artisans comes with a set of shaded pencils and a mission book to assist with monitoring changes to individual players’ boards. Players can also open special tools all through the mission, which more one of a kind twists.
Sagrada is an honor dominating dice drafting match in which players need to put different hued dice to make the stained glass windows in La Sagrada Familia, the notable (regardless unfinished) church in Barcelona, Spain. Players place a card with various hued spaces and dice values inside their singular board, which represents a stained glass window. Players can’t put two dice of the same tone or worth next to one another, and every player has a secret variety that they are attempting to get on their board. Players can manipulate the dice by spending special skill tokens on tools – when a tool has been used by one player, it costs more for different players to use.
As of press time, the Kickstarter for Sagrada Artisans has raised more than $120,000. Backers will get a duplicate of Sagrada Artisans with a $75 promise. The Kickstarter will stay open through September 30th.