Ninja All-Stars: Yobuko
Uzumaki is a Clan Kitsune-themed Hero for Ninja All Stars. Heroes bring potent new abilities to a player’s team that are entirely unique to them. Each Hero is themed to a single clan and make must-have additions for players who pick up the clan box.
Uzumaki is unlike his otherwise reclusive Kitsune kin. Where others recoil at the sight of travelers, Uzumaki is often the first to greet them and offer them warding runes and medicines in exchange for stories of the world beyond his clans' hallowed forests. Social, skilled, and savvy, he is ill-suited for the more solemn life his clan’s spirit-haunted trees offer. For these reasons, he has been sent to the Moonlight Tournament as their first ever envoy in over a century.
1 Uzumaki Assembled Model
1 Uzumaki Card
Ninja All-Stars: Uzumaki
Yobuko is a Clan Ijin-themed Hero for Ninja All Stars. Heroes bring potent new abilities to a player's team that are entirely unique to them. Each Hero is themed to a single clan and make must-have additions for players who pick up the clan box.
Tall, strong, and fierce, Yobuko is also young and inexperienced compared to his Ijin counterparts. This blend of natural ability coupled with an, as yet, unrivaled capacity to fight might be the most frightening aspect about him. His power is already so incredible that he is already the rival of many of his masters, and he is also constantly testing his mettle against full-blooded oni twice his size to the amazement of all of his clansmen.
1 Yobuko Assembled Model
1 Yobuko Card
Street Date: September 21, 2016
Deep within the rain forests of the Yucatan, rival teams of treasure hunters have recently discovered the lost city of Codinca. In the center of the once great citadel stands a stone temple. Local legends tell of great treasures that lie buried beneath the temple, but despite many weeks of searching no doorway has been found.
On the top of the temple stands a square stone altar. A small totem stands in the center of this, surrounded by a pattern of sixteen carved tiles. Examining them closely you discover an intricate series of mechanisms which allow the tiles to switch places and turn over, which reveals that each tile has a stone side and a gold side. Carvings on each side of the pillar indicate that a sequence of four key patterns must be made with the tiles to open the temple. Can you be the first to unlock the secrets of Codinca?
In Codinca, each player has control of a set of four matching symbol tiles: Air, Water, Earth or Fire. Players take turns attempting to move their tiles into a series of four specific key patterns indicated on the key discs drawn at the beginning of the game; those patterns are a block of four, a line of four, four corners (can be four corners of any nine tiles as well as outside corners) and a diagonal line of four.
On each turn a player must either switch and flip one of their own tiles with any adjacent tile, or switch one of their tiles with any adjacent tile and switch the same or another of their tiles with any adjacent tiles or flip two tiles, one of which must be one of their own tiles. In addition, players are allocated three Spirit Card that gives them the bonus move choice of Line Push or Rotate Four. This allows players to disguise their planned moves. On the back of the Spirt Card is a Trap Pattern. This can be used to change a set display of tiles from gold to stone and visa versa to match the pattern on the Trap Pattern. Players can match their required patterns in any order, and the first player to match all patterns wins.
Raid & Trade
Raid & Trade is a post apocalyptic game of negotiation and resource management for 3-5 players. From the ashes of a devastating third World War, a precious few golden cities emerge offering hope to those who struggle for survival in the wastelands. Players explore the ruins of the modern world completing quests, honing their skills and maneuvering for social status in order to claim a precious spot as a citizen with a Golden City. To enter the golden city you must:
Become an expert: Reach 20 skill points.
Serve the city: Fulfill three secret quests.
Become a nobleman: Get the most possible character points. In each turn, the players can spend action points to do several actions such as moving through the city, raiding buildings, attacking other players, and more. Each player has a specific skill—mechanic, trader, electrician, bodyguard and medic—and has his own unique items to build; those items can be traded off against other items or resources.
The board of the game is modular so that in every game you have a new map to discover. All over the map, the players find different buildings which they can raid. Each time a player raids a building, a raid card of this type of building is taken and read, which leads to specific circumstances taking place. The player will be made to make various decisions including important moral decisions! Upon resolving the various decisions, you will receive character points. The choices you make, for good or for bad, will lead to specific perks and advantages (or disadvantages) during the progress of the game. When raiding a building, you get resources (tools, scraps, mechanics, electronics, etc.). By combining these resources, you can craft items with special abilities. By doing so, you will advance your skill points.
Every player also gets secret quests of the golden city. To fulfill these quests, the players have to spend the resources mentioned on the card. To fulfill a quest will not only lead the players closer to victory but also give them advantages for the rest of the game.
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