Risk Legacy

This blog post is joint blogging with @abram and @failspy. Check out their blogs.

I got a question to answer. The question is how do you risk (your) legacy. For those of you noobs who don’t know what Risk Legacy is it’s like Risk except one game effects the next game, you can unlock new components in the game when certain things happen in the game and you can rip up cards (yes you heard me correctly rip up cards). I know ripping up cards sounds really satisfying. Well when you try it it’s even more satisfying. And if you don’t know what risk normal is look it up it’s really famous.

Let me tell you my personal experience. So for now I have only played one game and it was great. Want to see how my dad entered the war room (also known as by civilians as the office). Here’s the link to the video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWCpo5UhMMs . After that we got to customize our faction by choosing one of two stickers to stick on our faction card the card with the other sticker we got to rip up. Speaking of faction there was five factions: Die Mekaniker, The Saharan republic, Imperial Belkania, Khan Industries and The Enclave Of the bear. I was Die Mekaniker and I won:) I’m very excited for our next game I give risk legacy a 10 out of 10.


3 thoughts on “Risk Legacy”

  1. I give Risk: Legacy an 8/10

    That’s 0.5 points off for each player who lost to you. Losing is so UP. The part I love the most about the game, is how it has elements of an “infinite game” whilst still being VERY much a “finite game”. Risk is the ultimate winner takes all game (this is what i mean by ‘finite’), but in this version we get to record our victories (also very much a ‘finite’ quality) and shift the rules to the keep any single player from being too OP (that is the ‘infinite’ element).

    @drew should join us for a game sometime.

  2. hey Douglas! you should TURN OFF COMMENT MODERATION, and allow instant commenting. That way people will be alerted to posts like mine above, which will encourage more commenting. Drew won’t see his mention until you allow this comment, and by then this post will be so old news that he probably won’t feel inspired to add another comment.

    If you start to find bots and trolls commenting, you can change it back later. I think you can also block individual commenters.

    ***you can delete this comment after reading it***

  3. Your first campaign sounded epic. So excited to see what this turns into!

    My friend Joe (@theanchor‘s friend too) used to host weekly Risk games when we were younger. Not Risk Legacy, though, and without the amazing performance @geva gave.

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