Tiny Epic Quest - Big adventure in a small box

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Tiny Epic Quest - Big adventure in a small box

49.50

The Goblins have set your Elf world ablaze, your quest is to defeat them but time and luck may be against you.

Tiny Epic Quest is a light strategy board game that is fun to play and suitable for 1 to 4 players. It is amazing how much game is packed into such a small box, production of the components is terrific and the meeples are so adorable with their items, they alone are a extra reason to play again and again.

Each round is broken into two phases: day and night. During the day, players travel far and wide, visiting villages to acquire quests, monuments to learn powerful spells, mushroom groves to seek guidance, and treacherous locations in search of artifacts! Acquiring artifacts empower the heroes with unique abilities; this may improve a heroes’ movement or combat, or their ability to learn spells or mitigate harmful dice rolls. Heroes must travel to satisfy their quests — or to position themselves for what night brings.

As each type of movement is different, and limited, players need to take careful consideration when traveling, and how they travel, if they wish to accomplish all of their goals. During the night, players must face the challenge of their quests, and decisions, by rolling dice, hoping for fortune, and knowing when to quit. Will you press on? Or is it time to save your progress and rest?

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Age 14 up
Players 1 - 4
Time 30 - 45 mins

Tiny Epic Quest Board Game Awards and Nominations

☆ 2017 Golden Geek Best Thematic Board Game Nominee
☆ 2017 Golden Geek Best Solo Board Game Nominee
☆ 2017 Golden Geek Best Board Game Artwork and Presentation Nominee

How to play: Tiny Epic Quest Board Game Rules and Video

Tiny Epic Quest Board Game Rules PDF

Board Game Contents and Specifications

Player Cards 4
Map Cards 17
Magic Card and Magic Token 1 of each
Round Card and Round Token 1 of each
Quest Cards 24
Adventure Cards 4
Movement Cards 5
Adventure Dice 5
Goblin Tokens 16
Heroes (3 each in 4 player colors) 12
Spell Tokens (4 player colors) 4
Health and Power Tokens 4 of each
Legendary Items (Sword, Shield, and Staff) 12 (1 set for each player)
Treasure Items 12
First Player Token 1
Item Rack (assemble with 3 parts) 1
Rules 1
Weight 370g
Box Dimensions 18 x 12 x 4 cm
Designed By Scott Almes
Made by Gamelyn Games


⚠ WARNING

This family board game may contain small parts. Not suitable for young children or people who like putting things in their mouth.


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