Roanoke in the year of the Lord 1587, America. The small colony of Roanoke is on its own after John White - trying to bring more resources back from England to the colony - has not returned as promised. Gloomy omens are becoming more and more common while rumors of a dark power are getting louder. Hoping for a man of God, the villagers appoint a witch hunter from their midst. But his hunt doesn't stop even at the highest offices. 9 suspects are in his focus, among them are the priest and even the mayor of the small town! But suspicion alone is not enough. The witch hunter needs evidence if he doesn't want to kill the innocent and thus turn the whole village against him.
Pagan: Fate of Roanoke from Kasper Christiansen and Kåre Storgaard is a social deduction livgin card game in colonial America of 1587. The essence of the asymmetrical game is the witch's struggle against the witch hunter. As the witch strives to complete a ritual, the hunter tries to track her down and find out her true identity. Both players access variable card decks with 50 cards each and use different resources to defeat the other side. Many tactics and strategies are possible and necessary to survive in this fight between the two powers. Embedded in the dark graphics of illustrator Maren Gutt the fictional story of the lost colony of Roanoke comes to life.
English Rules Beyond the Palisade (Low Res)
Bad things have happened since Governor White traveled to England to get new supplies.
Many rumors surround Governor White's sudden departure. Did he know of the witch's existence?
Black Hall Bay
Some villagers have fallen from their faith and are now worshiping the nature gods. But will these old forces be helpful?
Hunter Adams has long decided that it is safer outside the village gates. However, he is also not knowt to be a philanthropist.
As a final act, Governor White dispatched a scout to the backlands. He met a native who was very willing to help the villagers. But are his motives pure and honest or is he also a servant to the dark powers?
A hidden clue...
The witch is most likely not
a young man.