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Asklepios

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So, in terms of cards released, Conquest saw 710 cards, compared to Invasion's 1048, Netrunner's 1048, Star Wars 1560 and counting, and AGOT1's 1961.

 

It's weird, because it felt like this game had a good long lifetime, but I guess all those release schedule delays meany we didn't see that much content.


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It's a shame.  I think this game has the best mechanics of all those games.

 

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I totally agree - it's easily the best 1-vs-1 card game I've ever played.


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I think we only scratched the surface of this awesome game.  With a few more cycles all the factions could be balanced and it'll truly be a game of skills much like chess.  Sadly we may never know.  


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So, in terms of cards released, Conquest saw 710 cards, compared to Invasion's 1048, Netrunner's 1048, Star Wars 1560 and counting, and AGOT1's 1961.

 

And 1569 cards in of Call of Cthulhu.



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I think getting 67% of the # of cards that Invasion got isnt too bad in terms of premature ending, but yes it is sad :-(



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I think getting 67% of the # of cards that Invasion got isnt too bad in terms of premature ending, but yes it is sad :-(

 

It certainly seemed to me that there was way more popularity and community around this game than there was around Invasion. I don't know any sales figures, but I'm sure Conquest was holding its own. 

 

Without the license issues, I can see this have being supported for half a dozen cycles minimum.



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It certainly seemed to me that there was way more popularity and community around this game than there was around Invasion. I don't know any sales figures, but I'm sure Conquest was holding its own. 

 

Without the license issues, I can see this have being supported for half a dozen cycles minimum.

 

It depends on country. Here in Poland WHI ranking gathered more than 1200 registered players. Conquest reached 1/3 of it.

 

http://warhammer-inw...l/index.php?p=3

http://podboj.galakta.pl/index.php?p=3