Files and Downloads


Download Vera Discordia

Download the Basic Game (v 2.0)

Click the golden apple icon on the left to download Vera Discordia. The Basic Game includes all you need to play: 4 Armies (Nir, Iskelond, Shogh and Akeyrith), 2 Order Decks, 1 Terrain Deck and the Rulebook.

You have to craft the game physically in order to play, so take a look to the Crafting Manual.

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Expansion 1: Heaven and Hell

Expansion 1: Heaven and Hell

Heaven & Hell brings two new armies, the wild Falkaethe and the brutal Gardarek, as well as new terrain cards and some extras to boost the Base Game.

This is an expansion. The Base Game is required to play.

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Expansion 2: Alliances and Dragons

Expansion 2: Alliances and Dragons

Alliances & Dragons brings a new army: the exotic Drakaethe dragonriders, as well as new terrain cards and the 4-player variant Epica Discordia.

This is an expansion. The Base Game is required to play.

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Expansion 3: Eternal Blood

Expansion 3: Eternal Blood

Eternal Blood brings the last army: the cursed lineage of the Zleradainn, as well as a Development Kit that will help you crafting your own cards of Vera Discordia.

This is an expansion. The Base Game is required to play.

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Optional Game Aid

Additional Orders (Game Aid)

Here you have 6 new designs of Order Decks, with 6 different backgrounds, so you can replace the 2 Order Decks of the Base Game.

This is an optional game aid, which only serves aesthetic purposes.

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Elves of the Dawn

Bonus: Elves of the Dawn

This optional army has been craften with the Development Kit that comes with the Eternal Blood expansion. Although it doesn´t belong to the same background as the rest of Vera Discordia, gamplay-wise it is compatible with any other army.

The Elves of the Dawn have been designed and illustrated by Vera Discordia playtesters.

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Required Software

In order to open RAR files you’ll need a file compressor as for example 7zip.

In order to open PDF files you’ll ned a PDF reader as for example Foxit Reader.


Required Gaming Material

You’ll need:

-an Initiative marker (for example, a poker chip).
-two miniatures, one for each player, to represent their Generals (for example, 2 chess pieces).
-20 counters, 10 for each player, representing the Motivation for each army (for example, glass beads).
-a handful of 6 sided dice. Preferibly, although not mandatory, in the following colors: white, blue, purple, orange (the colors of the existing attack dice). Having about 20 dice total will let you play comfortably.
-a box to store all the components.

Required Gaming Material

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Crafting Manual


Required Material

In order to craft a copy of Vera Discordia, you’ll need the following:

-A color printer.
-DIN-A4 sized paper sheets.
-Scissors.
-Poker sized cards (6,3 x 8,8cm). You need 146 to craft the base game.
-Solid-backed deck sleeves. You can find them in shops that sell collectible card games. You need at least 146 to craft the base game.
-Clear deck sleeves. You need 12 to craft the base game. They are only needed for the General cards.

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How to craft the cards

Print once each PDF file of the game (you can find them in the upper part of this section), except for the file with the Card Backs. Make sure you print these files at 100% their original size, disabling any "fit to page" option.

Cut the cards one by one, using the scissors.

Next, put in each deck sleeve one of your paper cards, along with a poker card in the back, as shown. Don’t glue the cards: the pressure will hold firmly the paper card into the sleeve.

Crafting

As your deck sleeves are solid-backed, you won’t need to craft backs for you cards. You can use different colored sleeves to better sort out the different card types of the game. Units that belong to the same army must have the same back, as well as cards from the same Order Deck, and cards from the Terrain Deck.

The three General cards from each army have information in their Back and Front, but these General cards are only used as a reference. The most common way to craft them is using clear deck sleeves, placing in a sleeve the Front and Back paper cards, with a poker card in the middle, as shown. Note: you could also craft these using solid sleeves, crafting two separate cards for each General (one for the Front and another for the Back). In order to do this, you’ll need more poker cards and sleeves.

Crafting

Crafting Variant: cardboard cards

You can print the cards into thick cardboard instead of paper, replacing all solid-backed sleeves with clear ones. If you use this variant, you’ll have to craft Backs for your cards (now the sleeves are transparent!). Print the PDF with the card Backs once for each printed page (that means 20 times to craft the base game). Use glue stick to stick each card to its back, and then place the glued pair into a clear sleeve. Cardboard cards are already thick, so there’s no need to use poker cards this time.

This method needs more work and spends more ink, but the result is a bit more elegant and the crafted cards are thinner.

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