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Professor Pugnacious’ Portfolio of Perils, Pugilism, and Perfidy

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You are one of Professor Pugnacious’ prize pupils, a precocious prodigy of a Victorian adventurer. You must train yourself and acquire incredible Steampunk gadgetry to defeat the hordes of Gothic horrors that infest the Earth, and to foil your rivals in the process! This is a fast paced, tactical deckbuilding card game for 2-4 players.

Professor Pugnacious’ Portfolio of Perils, Pugilism, and Perfidy pits Steampunk Heroes against Gothic Horrors in a fight to be the greatest monster hunter in the world-both by defeating your Adversaries, the creatures themselves, and by foiling your rivals – the other players.

Professor Pugnacious: Steampunk Heroes

You take on the role of one of Professor Pugnacious’ prize pupils. You and your rivals set out not merely to rid the world of the horrors that infect it, but to do so better than anyone else – whether that means sabotaging your classmate’s equipment, stealing another’s invention idea, or even forming alliances and working together to foil a more powerful rival.

Professor Pugnacious is a game for 2-4 players.

Turns are taken simultaneously, and have four phases: Play Cards, Buy Cards, Combat, and Recovery. Cards give you Skill, which you use to buy cards; Fight, which you use to defeat adversaries; Failure, which you use to foil the other players’ plans; Draw, which gives you more cards, and a whole host of special abilities.

Professor Pugnacious: Gothic Horrors
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On a turn, you’ll play cards, use their special abilities, buy cards, pick an Adversary to fight, negotiate how to distribute Failure with your rival players, and then reap the reward for winning or suffer the penalty for losing your fight. The Card Ring will rotate once, and the next turn will begin.

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