Board and Card games of Titan

The shop contains versions of some of the more popular games played here in Northern Allansia. When you see a game that interests you, simply click on the game's symbol:

 

 

DemonDare (or Sorcerer's Hazard)

 

 

 

The source for this game was from within the Musings of the Warlock volume 13 (or Warlock Magazine number 13 as some would call it).

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 
 
Market Mayhem
 

 

The source for this game was from within the Musings of the Warlock volume 3 (or Warlock Magazine number 3 as some would call it).

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 
 
Mungies Gold
 

 

The source for this game was from within the Musings of the Warlock volume 5(or Warlock Magazine number 5as some would call it).

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 
 
Runestones
 

 

The rules to be presented here are taken from the second book in the Fighting Fantasy series, The Citadel of Chaos ('The Tyrant of Craggen Rock') at reference 278, by the esteemed Salamonian scholar Steve Jackson.

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 
 

Knifey-Knifey

 

 
 

The rules to be presented here are taken from the second book in the Fighting Fantasy series, The Citadel of Chaos ('The Tyrant of Craggen Rock') at reference 365, by the esteemed Salamonian scholar Steve Jackson.

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 
 

Six Pick

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The rules to be presented here are taken from the second book in the Fighting Fantasy series, The Citadel of Chaos ('The Tyrant of Craggen Rock') at reference 171, by the esteemed Salamonian scholar Steve Jackson.

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 

 

Also the lesser known Battlecards and Talisman, which are played in parts of the Old World, are in the shop. These two games concern lands that do not exist in Titan (although see note below).

 

 

Battlecards

 

 

 

 

This game is set in the land of Vangoria.

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 
 

Talisman

 

 

 

 

This wonderful but divisive game is set in the land we only know as Talisman.

To access more details about this game please either click here or on the game symbol above.

 

 

Some say that both of these lands are fictional. Others say that they are similar to Amarillia in that they are other sister-worlds of Titan. The most intriguing theories suggest that both Vangoria and the lands of the legend of Talisman are from deep in the past of Titan. Certainly the games are ancient in origin and it may be possible that they are retelling ancient tales, lost to conventional wisdom, as so much else has been.