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Oath: Chronicles of Empire & Exile – A Review
Hints of Oath: Chronicles of Empire & Exile started to surface at the beginning of the year, and there was something about it that instantly made me want to not just play it, but to own a copy of the game. All games have a central idea around it, and they usually focus on things such as dungeon craw...
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I will be remaining a backer and hope my experience with Oath has given you enough information to back it yourself. If you are interested in finding out more about Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile, it’s now in funding on Kickstarter. So head over to the campaign page for more info, or to become a backer
Oath is getting its first board game expansion - at some point
Published last year, Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile is a board game for one to six players that takes place in a medieval kingdom being vied over by rival leaders. At the beginning of the game, one player takes on the role of the chancellor – who is currently in charge – whilst the others are members of the court looking to assume power. During the course of the game, players take turns to play cards and perform actions in different locations within the kingdom, potentially taking control of those areas in the process
Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile Review
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Oath, one of the year’s best new board games, is not what it first appears to be
Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile was reviewed with a physical copy provided by Leder Games.
The 4 Squares Review Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile
I almost feel like i'm gon na, have to refer them to this review every single time somebody asked me: am i gon na like oath? Is it for me because i can't say: oh, do you like this game? If you like this game, you'll, probably like oath, it gets back to that whole thing of it's not like other games. So i have a hard time saying whether it's going to be for you or not.