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The Others: 7 Sins
The Others: 7 Sins
The fabric between worlds has been torn, and the physical embodiment of the Seven Deadly Sins has been summoned to the Hell Club to bring about the Apocalypse. Yeah, it's been one of those days.
In The Others: 7 Deadly Sins by Eric M. Lang, one player controls the Sin threatening mankind, while the rest of the team joins forces as the Heroes working to end their rampage. Every element of the story can be customized from which Sin the players will face to how the map will look. In turns, The players will move around the map and do battle with the Acolytes of evil while trying to accomplish a greater goal. Only teamwork will save the city from giving in to Sin.
In Looterz, players are racing to collect the most loot possible by recruiting a team of Looterz. Your loot is never safe though as many Looterz have the ability to steal Loot from other players.
A player's turn involves four phases: Recruitment, Looter Activation, Recruitment, and then Sacrifice. Each recruitment phase allows the player to draw a card from the deck or put a Looter from their hand into play. Players are then allowed to choose to activate their Looterz in any order. Finally, if players have more than three Looterz in play, they must discard down to three.
Looting is resolved by rolling dice. The number of hearts on a Looter indicates the number of dice a player may roll during the Loot resolution.
Detectives have a witness to the crime. The only catch? The Witness can only answer 'Yes' or 'No' to questions about the culprit's personality, way of life, and character traits. Nothing about their physical appearance. Will that be enough to put away the criminal or will they walk free?
Each round the Detectives will flip a Question card hoping to gain more information about the culprit. The Witness will have to respond in the way they think the suspect lives. It's up to the Detectives to decipher the clues and eliminate the innocent until only the guilty party remains. Unusual Suspects is a cooperative game where catching a perp is never as easy as it sounds or looks.
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