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Card Game for 1-6 players. All you need to play Sickest Witch is one 20-sided die and one 4-sided die per player (co-op). You can also use 6-sided dice instead of four-sided (there's rules for that alt version). Instructions and how to play videos are available in the Preview or Rulebook link above.

 The Witches of Black Branch harvest body parts from their victims and imbue them with magic powers. You and your coven are on the hunt. Sever hands and pluck out eyes—collect the most trophies and become the Sickest Witch.

HOW TO PLAY VIDEO ALSO BELOW (as well as a review).

"Creates wonderful moments..." and "I think you're going to like it a lot." UNDEAD VIKING

In Sickest Witch, you and your friends will isolate enemies and take turns attacking until you can harvest a body part. Hands, hearts, livers -- witches imbue them with magic to make themselves more powerful. Although a group of witches attack the same target, it's the witch that strikes the killing blow that gets to harvest a body part and imbue it with powerful magic. The witch with the most body parts (spells) wins. 

  • 1-6 players.
  • Competitive. 
  • 15-60 minutes. You control the length of the game during setup.

This is a casual RPG-like game that you can take anywhere. By controlling the number of enemy cards, you can dictate how short or long your game needs to be. The rules are simple. Even if you aren't familiar with RPGs, you will pick it up in minutes.

Replayability is unquestionably high. Though this is a simple game, the tension and fun relies on the nearly limitless variables of the spell cards and dice rolls. No game will ever be the same.

Competitive yet somehow collaborative. All players are attacking the same target and no players die. It's just the best (and sometimes luckiest) Witch that wins. It's a feel good game of endless slaughter.

One great thing about Sickest Witch is that it is very easy to wrap up mid-game and pick up where you left off. Just place the witch cards with the body parts they've harvested, stack them on the enemy deck, and you're good to go.

What Makes Sickest Witch Different?

  • Even when it's not your turn, you are an active player. You will be looking for certain dice rolls to upgrade your abilities or re-roll spells.
  • Nothing is wasted. Each card is double-sided, adding layers of gameplay.
  • Fast paced tension. As players advance and kill more enemies, your abilities scale to the escalating tempo of the game.
  • Portable. Take this game with you anywhere. Leave the box safe at home and take it on vacation or to a convention.

69 cards include 52 enemies with 52 spells (on the reverse side), 7 Witch cards, 7 special ability cards, 1 single player ability card, and an enemy Hit Point tracker card. 

"Sickest Witch is picked up quick, is loaded with dice rolling action, strategy, and a stinging flavor of wickedness. It's a fun co-op encounter adventure until it's not, then you parse out pain to your teammates in order to claim glory. It's a fast and fun must-play."

John De Campos - Baltimore Rock Opera Society and game maker




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This title was added to our catalog on June 11, 2018.
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