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Store:  Card Games, Family Games
Format:  Card Games
Other:  Oniverse


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13+ 30 minutes 1-2

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Product Description

The terrifying Ravage and his Fire Elementals want to burn the grand forest of the Oniverse to dust. Only you can face the heroic task of stopping this unspeakable offense. Build the best Defender deck by skillfully selecting cards from those available.

Discover the newest game from the Oniverse!

Product Information

  • Publisher(s): Z-Man Games, Asmodee North America

  • Year: 2015

  • Players: 1 - 2

  • Time: 30 minutes

  • Ages: 13 and up

  • Est. time to learn: 10-20 minutes

  • Weight: 585 grams


  • 88 cards
  • 1 rulebook
  • 1 ravage pawn

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 4.5 in 1 review

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Protecting citizens from fire elementals: fun and a bit stressful
January 20, 2017

Sylvion was the first game published after the Onirim second edition. It's a classic tower defense game in just a few cards, where you're trying to save the dream forests in the Oniverse from the Ravage, a rampaging storm of fire elementals. With the help of animal cards and fountains of water, you attempt to withstand the constant barrage until the Ravage burns itself out—or burns up your forest.

The card drafting in Sylvion is something I'd like to see (or even implement) in solo variations on existing card drafting games. It's a great way to select cards while hoping that a particular set of cards won't be taken before you can get to them, sort of a mix between an even more evil Coloretto and 7 Wonders: Duel.

Of the Oniverse games, Sylvion could have benefited the most from having english text on the cards (something I say goes also for the Oniverse expansion in Onirim), in particular for the extraordinary feat cards in the expansion in Extraordinary Feats and Betrayal. Still, it's quite a fun game, since the animals have such a variety of power and the fire elementals comprising the Ravage are so relentless.

Be warned: one easy game doesn't mean you'll win the others so easily.

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