The Tea Dragon Society Card Game


30
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60
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2
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4
Time
Age
10
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Description

Discover the ancient art form of Tea Dragon care-taking within The Tea Dragon Society Card Game, based on the graphic novel The Tea Dragon Society. Create a bond between yourself and your Tea Dragon that grows as you progress through the seasons, creating memories to share forever.

Each player's deck represents their own Tea Dragon. From turn to turn, players choose to draw a card — triggering effects and strengthening their position — or buy a card, improving their deck or scoring points. The game takes place over four seasons, starting in spring and ending in winter. At the end of winter, the player who has the most points wins.

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The Tea Dragon Society Review
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December 14, 2018 9:43 AM
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The Tea Dragon Society Review

The Tea Dragon Society Review

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There’s a world out there where adorable dragons grow tea leaves on their bodies. Thankfully there’s The Tea Dragon Society where I can pretend to be the caretaker of one these cuties; Feeding it, grooming it, and building life-long memories with it.
There’s a world out there where adorable dragons grow tea leaves on their bodies. Thankfully there’s The Tea Dragon Society where I can pretend to be the caretaker of one these cuties; Feeding it, grooming it, and building life-long memories with it.
The Tea Dragon Society Is a Cozy Card Game for Family Game Night
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September 29, 2018 9:48 PM
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The Tea Dragon Society Is a Cozy Card Game for Family Game Night

The Tea Dragon Society Is a Cozy Card Game for Family Game Night

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On those game nights when you need a break from buying bricks and ore, and you definitely don’t want to play Monopoly. This might be the game you’re longing for. The light deck-building game is just as calming and soothing as the Oni Press graphic novel it’s based on, and extremely family friendly...

On those game nights when you need a break from buying bricks and ore, and you definitely don’t want to play Monopoly. This might be the game you’re longing for. The light deck-building game is just as calming and soothing as the Oni Press graphic novel it’s based on, and extremely family friendly...

TEA DRAGON SOCIETY: Making Memories the Deckbuilding Way 
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September 29, 2018 9:48 PM
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TEA DRAGON SOCIETY: Making Memories the Deckbuilding Way 

TEA DRAGON SOCIETY: Making Memories the Deckbuilding Way 

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Sometimes you’re just looking for a cute filler game–thirty minutes to an hour, simple rules, not too thinky, easy on the eyes.
Sometimes you’re just looking for a cute filler game–thirty minutes to an hour, simple rules, not too thinky, easy on the eyes.
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The Tea Dragon Society Card Game - A Dicey Walkthrough!
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The Tea Dragon Society Card Game - A Dicey Walkthrough!

The Tea Dragon Society Card Game - A Dicey Walkthrough!

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#222 – The Tea Dragon Society
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September 29, 2018 9:48 PM
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#222 – The Tea Dragon Society

#222 – The Tea Dragon Society

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You play as a budding Tea Dragon Society each raising your Tea Dragons together and learning more about how these companions can help you share memories and make some nice tea. It’s a very pleasant way to live, even if the Tea Dragons aren’t always cooperative. Will you be able to make a bond that will last a lifetime?

You play as a budding Tea Dragon Society each raising your Tea Dragons together and learning more about how these companions can help you share memories and make some nice tea. It’s a very pleasant way to live, even if the Tea Dragons aren’t always cooperative. Will you be able to make a bond that will last a lifetime?

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Review: The Tea Dragon Society

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I really enjoy light, quick card games that offer a bit of strategy, but not too much brain burn. Bonus points if they have an accessible theme that most people will like.

I really enjoy light, quick card games that offer a bit of strategy, but not too much brain burn. Bonus points if they have an accessible theme that most people will like.

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