When Mother Moon created the sun, she also inadvertently created something twisted: the celestial snake Darkness.
Darkness knew only bitterness and jealousy, hating those things which it did not have. In its jealousy, it rose up and swallowed the sun, plunging the world into a perpetual twilight. It is now up to the heroes of the Tribes of Man to gather the lost spirit weapons and hunt down the great snake in order to save the sun and their world.
Darkness Comes Rattling is a cooperative board game for 2-6 players that follows the story of the Tribes of Man in their quest to save the world from corruption and Darkness.
Each player will guide a mighty warrior and traverse a world of shadows, spirits, and other dangers as they combat the coming night.
Will you make the ultimate sacrifice? Will you become a mighty warrior, able to fight off corruption? Do you have what it takes to face the Darkness?
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Expansion: War of the Spirits
War of the Spirits is a digital-only expansion for Darkness Comes Rattling. It includes a quest system for the game that allow the players to take on Darkness in a new way, adding new difficulties to the game.
Players can now take on Darkness directly as a group, foregoing venturing inside the snake to free the Sun. To do this, they must gain the Winds' Blessings and keep the world pure. The better the players do, the weaker Darkness will be when it is forced to manifest on Tallil.
The game rules for War of the Spirits can be found below, and the components can be printed on-demand from DriveThruRPG by clicking on the image above (coming soon).
Come explore the world of Darkness Comes Rattling with two new characters: Amenset and Janbaaj! These two characters provide new options for players to take on the challenges of the world of Tallil by providing new character skills.
Click on the image above to download both characters' Warrior and Spirit cards so you can get them in your game!
Darkness Comes Rattling was selected as one of the best tabletop games of 2015 by Gameinformer. You can read about it here.