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Numinous, where each player uses Cards to earn points and be the first to reach victory and escape the fearsome creatures that serve your opponent. But victory is as elusive as some of the denizens of the Numinous; not only can you reach victory; you must be able to hold onto victory to win the game. Every card you play gets you closer to - or further away from - your goal.

You change your running points total with your villagers and events cards - or with a Beastie: Figures from literature and legend imbued with their own specific abilities. 

As the game progresses, you get closer or further away from the Victory number; but be careful, for your opponents are doing the same. Any card played can secure or deny victory...and once there, can you hold on long enough to win? 

Ages: 8+

Players: 2 - 5

Time: 20 - 30+ minutes

Components:  103 cards: 55 Mythical Creature Cards, 40 Villagers Cards, 8 Events cards, and Instructions. (Final numbers to be determined)

Needed to play: A play surface and coins, counters or tokens (recommended).

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I had the absolute pleasure of trying out the newest tea, Nyarlathoteap,from @reddukegames today. They are the makers of The Necronomnomnom series of cookbooks. I thought their previous tea, The Earl in Grey, was the best buuuuut….I agree with Mike & say this is more delicious! It’s so good! Made in partnership with The Ohio Tea Company. The Deets- black tea,black currant,nettle,& elderberry. 1.5 teaspoons to 6-8 oz water. In Bag- smells divine. Black currant & elderberry are very prominent. Black tea note kind of takes a back seat or this is just blended very well. Nettle isn’t making an appearance to my nose. I tried it different ways. No sweetener-the natural sweetness of the black currant shines here. With honey- ok, this is very good, it mellows the whole brew out nicely. With honey & creamer- Dang. That is a good cuppa. With sugar- it’s good & amps up the berry taste. With sugar & creamer- tones down the sweetness& also makes a fine cuppa. I definitely preferred it with honey & creamer. There might be a tiny bit of a ‘green’ flavor due to the nettle. I’m not sure as I’m not familiar with the taste of it. All in all, 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ totally recommend to treat yourself with this tea! I’m looking forward to their snack cookbook coming out in October so I can make snacks & enjoy this tea with them!
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