Authors: William AUBERT & Dan THOUVENOT
Illustrators: Vincent Lefèvre / Leandro DiTerlizzi / Bastien Boulai / Romain Mottier / Alexandre Gimbel / Guillaume Weber / Adrien Gion / Tonny Branzza / Adrien Rives
Game type: semi-legacy / narrative / single player / cooperative game (Recharge Packs available)
- Players : 1 and more
- Age : 14+.
- Duration : 60 to 180 min / Chapter
- Demo on : Tabletop Simulator (ask for a demo)
Game Components :
- 1 Prologue (200x100mm)
- 5 Big Chapters (200x200mm)
- 250 to 300 XXL Cards (88x126mm)
- 1 Challenge Gateway / Score Sheat (200x200mm)
- 45 Action Tiles
- 47 Talent Tiles
- 6 Lock Tiles
- 9 Zone Tiles
- 3 Hero Boards (double layer)
- 1 tuck box
- 1 save box
- 1 scratch off tool
- 1 pencil with eraser
- 1 rule book (16 to 24 pages)
Since the dawn of time, YOU, the Zephyrhymes, have watched over the Great Balance, in secret. Now, as tragedy threatens to plunge the world into chaos, you will embody brave heroes and attempt to guide them through the challenges to come.
Each time you play, you will choose from a range of heroes, each with their own unique talents. Then you’ll dive into feature-length stories and explore them using the never-before-seen Grid of Destiny.
The Grid of Destiny system uses scratch-off ink as you play so that every decision you make will alter the story as you physically carve your actions into the grid. Each action you take will reveal letters and symbols that can be combined together to discover new locations, gather items, and fulfill quests.
But, you’ll need to explore carefully as time is against you and the Grid of Destiny is full of traps. Over the course of many chapters, you’ll level-up your heroes, uncover secrets, and make choices leading you to several possible endings.
As each chapter can last for three or more hours, you can save your progress at any time, and later return to precisely where you left off.
The Butterfly's Breath
Somewhere on Earth in the not so distant future...
Several centuries have passed since the last mass extinction and, faced with the disappearance of almost all of humanity and a large number of mammals, the big winners of this reorganization are: insects.
Their ability to adapt and the absence of predators has allowed their rapid evolution. The species have gained in size and adapted their diet. It is not uncommon to come across an ant nearly 2 meters long or a butterfly with a wingspan of 4 meters.