As you heard about back in Episode 009, Trevor and I got to play a bit of War of Honor. I haven’t had the chance to play it again, so I don’t have a full review yet, but I do have a copy sitting right here and I thought you might like a little look.
Here are some component images:
I think the Lion here might be a little . . . indisposed.
Components (post punching-out)
The box has four decks, a set of five tiles for each of nine Clans, a set of tokens for each Clan to keep track of your place on the Paths of Victory, and a set of tokens to keep track of how much honor you’ve gained and/or honor loss you’ve caused this turn.
Box, Path of Victory tracker, and rulebook
The Path of Victory tracker, like the tiles and tokens, is made of pretty sturdy stuff.
War of Honor comes with decks for four Clans, one matching each of the Paths of Victory – Military (Lion), Honor (Phoenix), Dishonor (Scorpion), and Enlightenment (Dragon).
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I have two questions.
One: What’s the name of the card on the 41st page of the rulebook? I want to get rid of it.
Two: Could you post pictures of the sides of the box? Thank you.
Page 41 talks about a variety of cards. If you mean the card whose art is on Page 41 (the less-than-fully clothed woman in front of the guy in fierce armor), that art is from Game of Sincerity, which is in the Scorpion deck. If you dislike the art, but still want to use the card (it’s pretty strong, and I imagine the Scorpion deck would miss it), it’s been printed before, so you might be able to pick up some copies to add back in. Let me know if that wasn’t what you meant.
I will add more box pictures to the To Do list.
Oh no, that’s the card I meant. Crap, I’m so disgusted with this card. Oh…….. so it’s a reprint? Okay. Darn Scorpion has to ruin everything. >:( Thanks for telling me.
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