Category Archives: Loot Fest

Weekly Update 6/10/13 A New Project

I’m changing the working title of “Loot Fest” to “When Worlds Collide” I’m working on creating a slightly more serious theme and feel that the new name matches it better. I’ve also finished statting the bosses and gotten about half way through the  event deck. Once the event deck is finished I need to finish the items and put together a template for the cards before the game is ready for play testing.

Nothing new for Dig Site

I’m excited to announce the next project that Elderhaven will be working on.

Working Title: Elementary

Concept: Elementary is a dice drafting /deck building game that pits wizards against each other in competition for the top spot at their academy.

 

I’m also happy to invite anyone in the Albany, OR area to Tuesday game nights at Rhythm and Brews each 2nd and 4th Tuesday 6:00 PM – 10:00PM. Sponsored by Rhythm and Brews, We ❤ Nerds, Elderhaven Entertainment, and Bonsai Games. I’ll be bringing prototypes to the game nights starting the 24th so if you’re interested in an early look at Elderhaven’s games swing by.

Weekly Update – 5/26/13

The website is up and running!

I got Dig Site back in the mail yesterday and will be rewriting the Iconography player aids this week. I will also be doing some blind play testing once the iconography sheet is rewritten So if you are in the Albany/Corvallis, OR area and want to help me play test please send me an e-mail.

Loot Fest is coming along nicely I’ve finished the stats for the Monster cards and I’m 90% done with the Locations. Once the locations are done I need to finish statting the player cards, bosses, event deck and rework the item decks before it’s ready for the next play test.

By next week I should have the rewritten Iconography for Dig Site and a few mock up cards for Loot Fest to post. I am also going to do my best to have a teaser for the Elderhaven setting in next weeks post as well.

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