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One of Raine's biggest hobbies has always been gaming. It all started with an Atari and spread out to Yu-Gi-Oh!, Magic: the Gathering, and Dungeons & Dragons. As an artist, Raine takes pride in painting models for games as well as making his own terrain. He's also been a writer for many years, working both in the journalism industry and writing pieces of fiction. He decided to create Initiative : Tabletop as a platform to talk about all things gaming that he simply thought were cool, and reviewing games became a part of it!

Video Review – Edge of Extinction


How did we get here? How do ecosystems work? These are questions that can be answered by Edge of Extinction, an educational card game from Two Sisters in the Wild. The card game has players using cards to build elegant ecosystems to score points, all while learning about the life and fauna that thrive in said ecosystems. You have 10 rounds to build the biggest, baddest ecosystem you can to overcome your adversaries. Watch out, though, as some creeping consequences can come in the form of actions that could send your ecosystem straight into collapse!

*In the video I reference Two Girls in the Wild. I was incorrect, the company is Two Sisters in the Wild LLC.

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30 min


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Thanks to Two Sisters in the Wild for providing a copy of Edge of Extinction for review!

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