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Leviathan Wilds
Type: Game
Complexity: Low Complexity
Number of Players: 1, 2, 3, 4
Play Time: 60 minutes
Assets: Components, Dice, Cards
Language: English
File Size
467.045 KB
Feb 18, 2022 @ 1:01pm
Mar 19 @ 9:37am
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Leviathan Wilds

Leviathan Wilds is a 1-4p cooperative, boss-battling board game about climbing and saving massive creatures. Using a spiral-bound scenario book, players climb, jump, and glide throughout 17 unique leviathans, each with its own tactical map and special rules.

This contains 16 of the leviathan scenarios found in the core game!

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DImeVeck May 17 @ 8:17am 
will deepvale expansion be added to TTS when Gamefound 2nd print is opened?
MCG Justin  [author] Jul 13, 2023 @ 7:11am 
FYI a Mushroom Guide has been added. It's definitely a placeholder piece for this beta, so no one worry too much about what it will look like in the final product :summersun:
Horde Jul 8, 2023 @ 9:20am 
Can you upload the Mushroom Guide please. Not on the kickstarter page, TTS, or BGG. Few peculiar rules/exceptions need clarifying. In general does a used mushroom that gives protection last for the whole players turn or one effect. i.e. the same as the protection icon on an AP card lasts the round. Presumably also only protects against terrain/blight dice, and not effects from the leviathan threat cards.
acanthocanis Jun 5, 2023 @ 6:58pm 
I finally got around to playing this on TTS... it was quite fun! I suspect this is with the Healer class not being balance-adjusted? I randomly snagged a couple classes (I got Mystic and Healer). Granted, I healed Sage, who is the least challenging leviathan. I felt like my choices were always a little tough between what card to spend for AP and what cards to use (or save) for actions, which is good!
MCG Justin  [author] May 21, 2023 @ 8:47am 
Glad you enjoyed it; I find it only gets more fun from there :-)
Craven May 19, 2023 @ 2:14am 
Thank you for providing this Beta. It really helps to be able to get one or two rounds of a game in, before having to commit a not so small sum into a kickstarter. We've played the Sage once so far and really enjoyed it.
Baddermaal Sep 6, 2022 @ 1:56pm 
that helps - thanks
MCG Justin  [author] Sep 1, 2022 @ 12:04pm 
Through this page on Steam (or via a browser, but make sure you're logged in), you click the green "Subscribe" button that's just above the description.

Then, after you launch TTS, you click "Create," then "Singleplayer." This will set up a room for you and will also give you a menu called "Games." You should see Leviathan Wilds next to the row labeled "Workshop" (though you might have to click "Workshop" to get the full list if you've subscribed to a bunch more TTS mods). You click it, and it will load the table and all of the components.

Note that you can click on "Multiplayer" from the main as well to set up your room, which creates a server that other people can join. Same thing applies, after starting the server, you can load the Leviathan Wilds mod via the Games / Workshop menu.

Hope that helps!
Baddermaal Aug 31, 2022 @ 8:42am 
ah - sorry I meant how to launch via TTS! I cant find any option to launch!
MCG Justin  [author] Aug 30, 2022 @ 10:58am 
In a general sense, you can subscribe to it if you have Tabletop Simulator, and then you can launch the mod from within that program.

In a "how to play the actual game" sense, you can read the rulebook from within the mod, or you can find a link to the rules via the website.