Mythic Games, the co creators of the Conan Board Game, announced today that the most anticipated board game Mythic Battles: Pantheon will make it debut at Essen-Spiel on October 13th-16th. 

Essen-Spiel attendees will have the opportunity to play as a famous god of Greek mythology, assemble warriors, lead troops into battle, create their own Pantheon and become the new ruler of Olympus. Game demos will take place in the Mythic Games/Monolith booth by members of the development team (Hall 2, 2-F-115) and players can also collect limited edition badges of iconic Olympic gods.

“We’re thrilled at the response Mythic Battles: Pantheon has been receiving and we look forward to testing its mettle with one of the most discerning board game audiences in the world at Essen-Spiel,” says Léonidas Vesperini, project manager of Mythic Games.

The mighty Titans of Greek lore awoke and unleashed a massive attack on Olympus. While the Titans were ultimately defeated, the world is ravaged and the surviving Olympians now mere mortals. As the former Gods awake to a broken world, Mythic Battles: Pantheon begins their adventure through Olympus, Styx and the Labyrinth of Minos to regain the glory left decimated by the wrath of the Titans. Playing as Zeus, Athena or any number of Greek gods alongside an army of heroes such as Achilles and Hercules and monsters such as the Hydra, Cerberus and Medusa, in victory players will be a god.

Mythic Battles: Pantheon will launch on kickstarter November 1st, and will have release date to hobby stores worldwide in the summer of 2017. Checkout https://m.facebook.com/MythicBattles/?fref=ts and register for exclusive promotions and updates. 

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