You can get the physical decks also from DriveThruCards, here.
The Rules (free, in English) are also here:
Audatia Rules Updated July 3rd 2015.
About the Game
In August 1395, two of the finest knights in the world met in single combat. A couple of months earlier, Jean le Maingre, known as Boucicault, had made disparaging remarks about the valour of Italian knights. Galeazzo da Mantoa heard him and demanded satisfaction. Finally, they met on the field of honour. Galeazzo was slow to mount his horse, so Boucicault got impatient, jumped off his, and ran at Galeazzo with a spear. Galeazzo beat his spear aside and smacked Boucicault upside the head.
Perhaps Galeazzo’s training with a legendary Master of the Art of Arms had something to do with his success?
That master, Fiore dei Liberi, wrote a comprehensive manual of his techniques, which I have been studying for the last 19 years. The sophisticated combat system is now sufficiently well understood that it has provided the mechanics for a card game. Master this game, and you will have learned the basic theory and terminology of Fiore’s Art.
We raised a ton of cash on Indiegogo, and the game is now in production: the first two decks are out in both Print and Play, and as printed decks, and we have produced the Lady deck, the Patron deck, the Armour Expansion and the Liechtenauer expansion. See our website for more!
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