Profiteer From Magical Prohibition In Runerunners

April 18, 2019 by cassn

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The year is 1921. Congress of the United Realms has just passed a new law banning the use of all destructive magics, and has placed bounties on all mystical artifacts.

Teams of Runerunners quickly formed to hunt down and collect these magical items, getting paid a hefty sum for retrieving them.

Government officials, merchant guilds, museum curators and black market mob bosses of Sanctuary City are trying to collect as many items as they can, offering jobs to teams of Runerunners.

Runerunners is a pulp-fantasy Jazzpunk board game in which you form a stealthy band of Runerunners, quickly collecting magical items and selling them on for a substantial profit!

There are 11 different Runerunners to choose from. Pick your team, bag the loot and get in and out without being stopped by your competitors!

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The core game will include 11 unique, finely detailed plastic miniatures, with the potential for even more figures depending on the success of the Kickstarter!

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Runerunners will be coming to Kickstarter on April 30th, and you can sign up to their newsletter here to be the first to know when it's launched!

Which Runerunner is your favourite? Tell us below!

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