Rampaging Jotunn
Rampaging Jotunn

In the distant past the Vikings came upon a great, hidden and uninhabited island, its verdant lands rich in resources. The Vikings hid the island’s location from the rest of the known world, killing all those who stumbled upon it. Soon after, many great clans established settlements across the island. Then the true master of the island revealed himself: Deep below the earth’s surface lay Ymir, the powerful Jotunn of old, slumbering since time began. Sensing the Vikings’ trespass, the giant awoke enraged and emerged a juggernaut of destruction as he rampaged across the island.

Skálds from the various settlements soon discovered how to control Ymir in a limited way. Though the Jotunn was weak of mind, he was strong in will and his appetite for destruction unquenchable. Consumed with greed, rival Skálds turned the lumbering colossus against their enemies in a race to conquer the island and seize the riches of the other settlements.

Rampaging Jotunn is a competitive fast paced board game for 2 players in which each player controls an army of Vikings trying to protect their villages while trying to destroy their opponents villages, while the Jotunn rampages across the island destroying everything in sight.

Use cards to influence the giant and direct him towards your opponents armies and villages. The last player with villages on the board wins!

Right now we are getting printing quotes, getting reviews, figuring out stretch goals, going to conventions and playing Rampaging Jotunn with fine folk like yourself!  We are aiming at launching our Kickstarter in January 2016.

Here's where we need your help; we are hoping that you will sign up for an early invite and let us know that you are interested in Rampaging Jotunn.

The more people who sign-up will help us gauge how ambitious our Kickstarter should be and we want to be really ambitious.  We will be updating this page with stretch goals, where we will be showing Rampaging Jotunn, the exact date of our Kickstarter launch and more.

 

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