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This is a site dedicated to the Arcadia collectible card game released by White Wolf in the mid '90s. This was a great game featuring a role playing aspect. The game is now out of print and some cards are extremely difficult to find.

Here you will find resources like card lists, maps, rules, alternate rules (including solo play), card evaluations, and strategy tips.

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Thursday, June 30, 2011

League: Ogre King Road

Here's the text I've come up with for our "missing League", Ogre King Road:


Ogre King Road Mountains, Hills, Road, Border
     Long ago, the menacing stomp of Ogre soldiers on the road echoed off these Mountains. Now there is only oppressive silence, occasionally broken by haunting whispers carried on the wind. Some have debated which is more frightening.
     Enter: Free by Mountains or Road; Might Trial difficulty 5 by Hills
     Leave: As above
     Rest: This is an uncomfortable place. You must pass a Resolve Trial difficulty 4 to rest. If successful you may recover 1 Ally or Art; otherwise, you will find no rest here. Ogres and Trolls do not have to face the Trial to rest.

2 comments:

Zippy the Wonder Weasel said...

Hi there... I was searching for fans of Arcadia: the Wyld Hunt and stumbled across your blog. A friend of mine was cleaning out her house and found a bunch of character packs of Arcadia cards, including more than a full box of King Ironheart's Madness packs. I know these are really rare, but I'm not sure how or where I should go about selling them. If you could point me in the right direction, I'd really appreciate it.

Jackalwere said...

If you really want to get rid of them, eBay is probably your best bet, but be prepared for disappointment. The game was not very popular, so you aren't going to get a lot of bids, especially if you start with a high price. You're mainly dealing with people like me who are looking for those last few cards to complete their collection.

Still, something is better than nothing, so if you start with a low price, that will help. Also be upfront about shipping - cards are heavy and usually have higher shipping costs than other items.

You could open the packs beforehand and list the contents. People looking for "that one card" might pay more knowing you have it. On the other hand, if they are cards no one wants, you just killed any value the unopened packs had, so there is some risk in doing that.

Good luck!