Pre-Orders For Crooked Dice’s 7TV Fantasy Still Available!

June 16, 2021 by brennon

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You can still pre-order Crooked Dice's new game, 7TV Fantasy, until 19th June! There is a special pre-order bundle that you can snap up which gives you a free miniature!

7TV Fantasy Pre-Order Bundle - Crooked Dice

7TV Fantasy Pre-Order Bundle // Crooked Dice

This set comes with all of the rules and accessories that you'll need to get started with 7TV Fantasy. Included within the set you'll find...

  • Director’s Guide – 44-page rulebook covering all the basic skirmish rules
  • Producer’s Guide – 32-page rulebook sets out how to play ratings-winning games
  • Casting Guide – 44-page rulebook helps you select the right members for your cast
  • Encounter Guide – This 36-page guide provides 24 different fantasy locations and hazards to add to your games
  • 230 profile cards of heroes, villains and monsters
  • Six spellbooks called Grimoires
  • 45 trilogy cards
  • 20 artefact cards
  • 20 maguffin cards
  • 20 plot point counters
  • 52 colour MDF tokens for marking statuses and objectives
  • Five colour MDF templates: Barrier, Beam, Blast 3”, Blast 5” and Teardrop
  • 9 six-sided dice – six black and three purple

The set looks like one of those awesome roleplaying boxes that you could have snapped up back in the day. It should be noted that the Objectives and Maguffins are available separately but would be a nice addition to this collection.

7TV Fantasy Contents - Crooked Dice

7TV Fantasy Contents // Crooked Dice

The idea is that you use all of these gorgeous looking elements alongside whatever miniatures you prefer to play out your favourite Fantasy adventures. If you're interested in re-telling The Lord Of The Rings, Willow, Legend, Dragonheart or any other classic Fantasy film then this is the set for you.

I think that Crooked Dice and Edge Hill University Press have done a superb job on this set and I can't wait to see what stories people tell with it.

Are you going to be picking this up?

"I think that Crooked Dice and Edge Hill University Press have done a superb job on this set..."

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