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Joust for the Fun of It: Lead a Team of Knights in a Round Robin Tournament of Jousting, Boasting, Wagering, and Clever Ploys.
I'm happy to announce the completion of my home jousting rules project, as promised (threatened?). This is both a set of miniatures rules and also a print and play board game, suitable for 2-6 players. For more and to download the components, please follow the link under the opening image of this post (the content page has also been added to the tabs at the top of this blog). I expect to be bringing this to conventions here in the US later this year (and most likely next year), so if you see it on the program, drop on bye and say hello.
Nice work Ed, and as you mentioned, well priced from my Scottish perspective ! Might have a look....I have some individually based knights somewhere ......ReplyDelete
Thanks, Keith. The only cost is a bit of time, and I hope that won't be wasted :)Delete
Great! Thank you for sharing Ed! Looking forward to trying jousting on the tabletop :-)ReplyDelete
Your most welcome, Jan. I've fixed a few typos in the first download (the "Inventory and Guide to Components") and posted a revised version. Nothing of substance has changed, just a bit more clarity in a few rough spots. So if you've downloaded prior to seeing my reply, then you might want to dump the first one and download the current one. Otherwise, enjoy!Delete
Good title! Having never been in a jousting match, it looks like fun.ReplyDelete
Was reaching for a title and this one just came to me: sort of "Dad Humor" I admit, but it fits the game (I think).Delete
Thank you. I will download. 😀ReplyDelete
You're welcome, Stew. Enjoy!Delete
Thanks for posting this Ed. Once I finish my tilt barrier my Papos will be ready to go.
I hope to host the first "big knight" game in the next few weeks; looking forward to seeing your Papo team there!Delete