Tooth & Nail: Factions is a customizable card game from Small Box Games for 2-4 players.
In another world, where animals reign supreme, the time of peace has come to an end. The Factions are once again at war. Some fight for supremacy, some to defend their way of life and traditions, and others because it was what they were bred to do. Each game of Tooth & Nail: Factions represents a single battle in this war.
There are six different Factions, each with its own unique deck of Troops and play style. In the standard two-player game, each player controls a single Faction, while in the Alliance game, both players draft two Factions and combine them to form new decks. Finally, up to four players can play the game using the Enemy of My Enemy rules.
While customizable, the entire game of Tooth & Nail: Factions comes in a single box.
This file contains 4 player reference cards that outline the setup, start of game, and player turn steps for Tooth & Nail: Factions. It is based on the "Setup and Player Turn Checklist" cards (http://boardgamegeek.com/filepage/81576/) created by ukdane and posted with permission. These cards are the same size as those used in the game and are formatted for US Letter paper. Steps: Print actual size on US Letter paper, cut on marked lines, fold cards front to back, and then insert into a card sleeve.
4 card sized checklists.
On one side: Setup, Start Of Play, and End Of Turn.
On the reverse: Player's Turn checklist.
These cards are not intended to replace the action cards, but as an additional player aid.
The cards fit easily into the extra sleeves provided to some who Kickstarted the game, and will fit easily into the game box.
1) Print out on A4.
2) Cut out the cards, remembering to keep one Setup and one Turn Checklist attached to each other along the longest side of the card. You should end up with 4 cards
3) Then fold together to create 4 double sided cards.
4) Finally sleeve the cards.
This is a simple set of card dividers for Tooth & Nail: Factions. I recommend printing these on 110# card stock, cutting, and then putting a card sleeve over the top to protect the divider and help stiffen it up a bit more. Everything fits perfectly in the box with the cards and dividers in premium sleeves (FFG/FFS).