Vindication + Expanded Content

Vindication (formerly Epoch: The Awakening) is a highly strategic, fantasy-based tabletop journey for 2-5 players.
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Vindication (formerly Epoch: The Awakening) is a highly strategic, fantasy-based tabletop journey for 2-5 players. Play time is 15-30 minutes per player.

Thrown overboard for a life of wretchedness, you wash ashore a hostile island ruins — completely alone with nothing except the breath in your lungs and an undaunted spirit.

Through your advanced resource management, area control tactics, and freeform action selection, you’ll add companions to your party, acquire bizarre relics, attain potent character traits, and defeat a host of unusual monsters in the ultimate goal of mastering heroic attributes — and regaining honor.

You may perform 3 actions on each turn in the order you feel is most advantageous that turn: activate a companion, travel to a new location, and interact with a map tile. Many actions require the the use of your influence to gain attributes in a one-of-a-kind heroic attribute alchemy system, which is leveraged to gain the game’s most powerful rewards. For example, you can meditate at a spire to gain inspiration. You can train at a fort to gain strength. But then you can combine your inspiration and strength to gain the courage (inspired strength) which allows you to perform a bounty hunt.

There are distinctive end-game triggers that can be affected through game play, over 72 unique card abilities that can be merged in unusual ways for potent combinations, and fresh tile placement each game for high replayability.

This version includes expanded content:
- Guilds and Monuments expansion
- Myths and Wonders expansion
- Treachery Mini-expansion
- Jewelcrafter map region
- Pet Menagerie map region
- Well of Wishes map region
- 2 Sacred Stones map regions
- 6 Buildings Site map regions

Includes Highly detailed miniatures (70mm/55mm)
Includes 9 engraved metal medallions
Includes Custom Tray system by Game Trayz


Data sheet

Minimum number of players
Maximum number of players
Playing time
3 hours
Language dependent
Extensive use of text
Marc Neidlinger
How many players?
For 2
How many players?
Small groups (2-4)
How many players?
Big groups (5-6)
Game mechanism
Dice rolling
Game mechanism
Area Control
Bartek Fedyczak
Noah Adelman
Brett Carville
Emiliano Cordoba
Noemi Konkoly
Phu Thieu
Type of game
Dice game