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Designer: Shannon Kelly
Artist: Stephanie Gustafsson,Tyler Johnson,William Webb
Year Published: 2018
Number of Players: 1 - 4 players
Playing Time: 20 - 30 minutes
Recommended Ages: 14+
Categories: Dice, Horror
Mechanics: Dice Rolling, Press Your Luck, Set Collection
Description from the publisher:Lucidity: Six-sided Nightmares is a press-your-luck dice collection and manipulation game for 2–4 players. It takes less than a minute to learn and 20–30 minutes to play.Whenever you close your eyes, you fall into the dream realm: a world of vivid hallucinations and dark monsters. You must use your wits to draw power from the dream realm and break its hold on you, before the monsters can track you down and consume you!Each turn, you randomly draw a number of dice from a shared bag. This represents the dreams you will encounter this turn. Return two to the bag to represent your chosen path through the dream realm and roll the remainder. After you have suffered the effects of your roll, you must choose whether to rest (and clear your card of one or two dreams) or press on and try your luck on another turn – going deeper and rolling more dice every time you do so.You win by collecting 15 power symbols on your rolled dice – freeing yourself from the dream world's grasp. But if you collect too many of the wrong symbols, you may find yourself twisted and turned by the monsters, until you too become a dreaded Nightmare. Or something's dinner.Should you become a Nightmare, your game completely changes. You can still win, but only by consuming the dreams of the remaining Dreamers, or sending minions after them to prevent them from becoming more powerful than you. If nobody has escaped by the end of the game, the most powerful Nightmare is the victor.Without dreams, you cannot win. But without control, you risk becoming that which you fear most.Or maybe that was your plan all along.
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