Myth Pantheons Video Review



In the age of myth, gods and goddesses vie for domain over the mortal world. The arenas of these great struggles are the mighty cities of the ancients. Can you sway mankind to your cause with an awesome display of your divine power? Or will you be just another forgotten myth?

In Myth: Pantheons, you are an immortal god or goddess of ancient origin. You will muster your divine might to sway the greatest cities of the mortals, using your powers and your followers to win a series of challenges. Each challenge is an opportunity to gain influence in the five domains: Harvest, Weather, the Heavens, Death, and War. Focus the fervent faith of your devoted followers to cement your control of the pillars of civilization. Call upon your special powers to summon a storm or prophecy the skeins of time and war. Marshal your powers well, and rule of all creation!

  • Myth: Pantheons comes with rules, tokens, a deck of mortal cards, 30 cities, and cards for 12 different playable deities.
  • Ages 10+
  • 3-6 players
  • 45 minutes
  • Designer: Brent Keith

Take a closer look at The Deities!

What’s Cool:

  • 12 Gods to choose from.
  • Fast paced and portable.
  • Awesome artwork on the God cards.
  • Great theme and concept.
  • Good strategy and luck elements combined.

What’s Not:

  • Separating the tokens for each game takes a while.
  • The rule book need more examples and images of the playing area.
  • Summary cards have mistakes on them.

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    • Patrick on November 10, 2012 at 2:33 PM

    It plays like Hearts with a thematic element to it. I divided all of the little tokens into separate baggies ahead of time to deal with the issue of look a like. Have played it a few times but gets passed on a lot in favor of bigger games. I know the artist personally so it’s nice to see her work on a professional level :)

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    • Tarno on May 13, 2010 at 9:02 AM

    Finally located this game. For the 20$ price tag it’s really a great deal. The production quality is fantastic. The cards are among the higest quality i have seen in a game. I’ll admit the tokens are a little similar as noted in the review however they are well made. The artwork is beautiful and the game plays well.

    I think the rule book beats around the bush in explaining things, this makes the game seem harder than it is. It’s like a “Where’s Waldo” game looking for specific rules. Play it once and it all comes together fast. Plays quick and appeals to a wide crowd.

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  1. Forget about Thunderstone. I think this one looks like much more fun. Wishlist’d.

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  2. Another great review. Really interested in trying this out. Looks like a very nicely themed trick-taking game with some twists. Definitely on my wishlist.

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  3. @2ndzenith : Unfortunately, due to the amount of games we’re receiving, the editing and reviews take up all our time and we can’t do a bloopers video right now. But maybe sometime soon :)

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  4. Looks like a solid card game. Maybe they could have varied the color of the tokens more to visually differentiate them when they need to be separated. Nice review.

    BTW, when do we get to see those out-takes from all your reviews so far?

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  5. I love this small, portable games! AEG has some interesting card games, like this one and The Isle of Dr. Necreaux. Nice filler, I’ll try this one.

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    • Tarno on May 1, 2010 at 7:43 AM

    Nice review, interesting little game, don’t think i’ve seen it before. AEG puts in some great artists on their projects, a real selling feature. Really like the theme, may pick this one up if i run into it.

    Thanks again.

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