When evil rises, seven heroes will join to oppose it!
The Prophecy of Kear has long warned of Maedoc the Corruptor’s return. The inhuman, malevolent entity known as Maedoc seeks to twist the hearts of men to his will and reshape the world in his own warped image. Now Maedoc has awakened from this millennial slumber, and will once more stretch his dark hand upon the earth. But the Prophecy also speaks of seven heroes who will defeat Maedoc. These brave souls are bound by destiny to uncover the Corruptor’s plots, seek out his lair, and put an end to his schemes. Across the land, those who know of the Prophecy are presenting themselves as heroes of legend – and Maedoc’s minions pose as heroes in order to find the true seven and eliminate them.
The deck in Seventh Hero consists of cards numbered 1 to 7, each number representing a different hero. During the game, players will send cards around, face down, with some hints to what card it is. Players take turns choosing whether to recruit the hero or pass. The player who has six of the seven heroes immediately wins the game, otherwise the player with the most heroes when the deck runs out of cards wins.
Download the Seventh Hero Rulebook (2MB PDF)
Click here to check out the lore and background stories.
Click here to check out the design diary by Kuro.
Click here to check out the artist diary by Zezhou Chen.
30 minutes playtime
77 Playing cards
5 Reference cards
SKU: AEG 5813
Case Count: 6
“Here comes another micro game that you might not have heard of but you should have!” —Game Boy Geek
“I highly recommend Seventh Hero and honestly I can’t wait to play it again!” —Board Game Brawl
“Seventh Hero is a unique hybrid of set-collection, bluffing, and deduction that plays fast and has an even faster learning curve.” —Theology of Games
“If you enjoyed games such as Love Letter or Lost Legacy but wanted a bit more interaction this game is for you!” —Nerds Table
“This is an excellent, quick, little card game. If you like Love Letter, I highly recommend this little gem.” —Board Gaming
“It has some layers for a light game that’s nice. With a group, the bluff opportunities could be fun…I like it!” —Duelality Gamecast