Joel Eddy of Drive Thru Review provides a complete breakdown of all the miniatures, plus a quick, easy and affordable way to get them all painted.
In Wildands, 2-4 players struggle for power in the ruins of a once-great kingdom, now known simply as the Wildlands. Each skirmish sees players attempting to outwit, outmaneuver, and overpower their opponents as they fight for riches and glory, scoring points by defeating enemy characters and collecting treasure. Players control rival factions, each their their own pre-built deck of cards that will dictate their abilities on the battlefield.
With twenty unique miniatures, players will have access to a wide range of characters, from powerful wizards and cunning gnomes to hulking beasts and mighty warriors. Some factions will focus on ranged prowess, some on raw strength, and others on the bond between characters, offering a wide range of play styles to explore. Adaptability is the key to victory, as a semi-randomized set-up and double-sided board means that no two battles will tell the same tale.
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