Do you ever get indecisive when deck building? Does that crazy High Elf combo wake you up at night with anxiety, knowing it would work if you could only squeeze in 1 or 2 more cards?
If so, this is the tournament for you! In this format only 1 copy of each card is allowed! All other rules of the game still apply.
No cards or experience needed to attend! We have plenty of decks to lend out and are more than willing to teach you how to play.Warhammer Invasion is a living card game developed by Fantasy Flight Games based on the Warhammer Fantasy Universe. A living card game is pretty much exactly like a CCG only without the rare chasing. Sets are release in packs that contain full playsets of cards, giving you the full play experience at a comparatively much less cost(for the cost of a box of Magic the Gathering you could build 2 - 3 competitive decks).You don't need to know anything about the Warhammer Universe to play(I didn't). I just really enjoyed the awesome artwork that comes along with it.Check out this video that describes the game play(this is part 1 of 5, but the first gives a pretty good general overview)
Kids are welcome! We frequently bring our kids to play board games like Dominion, Heroscape, Smallword, Sorry, and Pokemon TCG amongst themselves or play Warhammer if they are up to it! If for some reason they get tired of playing board games, BluegrassMagic has an Xbox and Playstation 3 with several "E" games to choose from. Current kids attending range in age from 6 - 13.
We have special Board Game Madness Saturdays!!! We schedule special gaming nights on Saturdays for board games and deck building games games like, Nightfall, Ascension, Thunderstone, Tomb, Arkham Horror, Twilight Imperium, and Rune Wars.
For more information check out our meetup group:Louisville Warhammer Invasion and Board Game Group
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