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Number of Players: 2
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Oct 12, 2017 @ 10:24pm
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Description
Animus is a small, two-player card game inspired by fighting video games and turn-based monster combat RPGs. The game has players drafting a team of 9 unique characters from a spanning multiverse to compete while leading their team with one of 6 Entity cards. Every game will have a completely new roster!

Story:
"Attempting to rule the universe, mysterious entities sought the power of the Singularity. Their tampering caused it to erupt and scatter its power across time and space. Across the multiverse, various beings were infused with parts of this power. Now they seek to gather this power for their own avaricious desires. As one of these entities, you must now gather your forces and fulfill your destiny."

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You can also download the game rules here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/352dhx5prx9ilnf/Animus%20Rules%20v3.pdf?dl=0
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15 Comments
Zero Budget Geek  [author] Feb 4 @ 9:41am 
Yes it should be 10 although for extra challenge you can increase it if you want to have the win condition be defeat all of the opponents' characters. The 15 is from an earlier rulebook and we are trying to correct that error from among all the copies of it floating around. Thanks for letting me know!
adran06 Feb 4 @ 5:53am 
This is referring to the rules from the dropbox link btw
adran06 Feb 4 @ 5:52am 
The rules say "15 Levels" during the End Phase section of the rules, but 10 everywhere else. I'm assuming 10 is meant to be correct?
Zero Budget Geek  [author] Oct 21, 2017 @ 7:18pm 
Yes totally original characters created and commissioned by me.
[OAA] warpdragon Oct 21, 2017 @ 7:16pm 
Is this original content? It loosk good.
Zero Budget Geek  [author] Oct 20, 2017 @ 8:41pm 
Yes, you're free to try to spruce the game up as I'm not a proficient Tabletop Simulator creator. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am continually trying to improve the presentation.
Darkindica  [author] Oct 20, 2017 @ 8:35pm 
Havnt played yet, but read the rules. Seems like a cool game. But its Tabletop Simulator presentation needs huge help. Can I make this game look epic like it should? (no changing of existing card art).

I'm gonna spruce it up and make it a bit more functional. I will publish it privatley, and set you as a content contributor so you can review it and decide if you want to go with it.
Kimiko  [developer] Oct 20, 2017 @ 5:24pm 
Oh damn, sorry about that. I must have accidentally control Z'd too many times when I made a mistake. Thankfully they can still find it via your Facebook, the name itself and your profile. The spotlight is 100% correct though.
Zero Budget Geek  [author] Oct 20, 2017 @ 5:22pm 
@Kimiko, thanks for this being chosen as Spotlight of the week but the article links to the incorrect game and has the wrong description.
Kimiko  [developer] Oct 20, 2017 @ 3:19pm 
Congrats! Your game has been chosen for our Spotlight of the week. It's also showcased in our Oct Newsletter I just sent out today. http://mailchi.mp/berserk-games/ttsnewsletter-october2017