Ava and Callum continue to ride south.
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Callum waits for Swinney to emerge from the tavern. When Swinney emerges, Callum tells Swinney that he did not kill the Colonel. Ava and Callum proceed to ride away.
Ava and Callum soon arrive in the city of Atlanta, which has been mostly destroyed by Union soldiers. They ride through the city and survey the widespread destruction. After leaving Atlanta, Ava and Callum eventually arrive at the home of a man who is said to be able to see the future. The seer says to Ava and Callum that one of them will die before the end of the year. Swinney helps Ava and Callum escape, and Clayburn then kills Swinney. Callum works with Union soldiers to set up an ambush that successfully kills Clayburn and the other pursuers.
The Goslings allow Callum and Ava to live and work there. Callum and Ava, having fallen in love, begin attempting to conceive a child together. Read more from the Study Guide. Browse all BookRags Study Guides.
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Toggle navigation. For Fallen Land this would simply be a wall of text that would bore the readers. This is due to how in-depth this game is but once you have set up and played a few times the game becomes very straightforward. On a turn, you will make deals at the auction house, attack other players, complete missions, treat the injured and more.
I was hoping for a good game in Fallen Land, one that I could play at all player counts and get enjoyment from. Reading the box disappointed me slightly as its one hour per player more if you have newbies playing and this would restrict me in when I could play it, or so I thought. There are always decisions to be made and even on other player's turns you are kept involved and engaged.
The play time is not an issue at all and if a player or two knows the rules, playtime for experienced gamers can come in slightly under that time. I disliked a popular game I reviewed due to play time and got some fan backlash a few months back as the play time of the game was around one hour per player. The fact that this keeps enjoyment at a constant is great as this could have easily been a downfall. The board is bland to say the least as is the box, BUT the card art and player mats really do fit the theme and the more you play Fallen Land the more you appreciate its simple comic style approach.
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The game can have as much or as little backstabbing as you want. Having 10 factions means the game will get a lot of play time and never feel stale. On BGG it's described as a sandbox experience and I would have to agree with that. The game will be different every time you play from your town to the enemies you face.
I have not explained how some things work and I simply do not have room to give an overview of everything as there is just too much but below are just some of the things you will do or see in this game:. What I will say is if this game had Fallout on the box then the gameplay would fit the theme perfectly.
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Everything you do feels thematic and as you read more of the flavour text you get immersed into the world. There are also planned expansions for Fallen Land which means more options to the already huge array available to players.
The Good The game has so much Replay-ability. Flavour text gets you immersed into the story and theme. Expansions will be available making it expandable. The Bad Art is basic which may put people off. Granny May is a witchy Appalachian folk healer, herbalist, and bawdy former prostitute whose dark, earthy wisdom combines with her sly, miscreant humor to create a truly unforgettable character.
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