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Giveaway: Unicorns, the most unstable animal-based isotopes in the known universe (Delivered)
Yes, the title of this giveaway is a scientific fact. Many, many, attempts have been made to harness the energy of the unstable unicorn. Whether as an army, like in this board game, or through a series of chain-reactions with other unstable animal-based isotopes (like Narwhals) housed in unitropic-reactors. It's all true, and well documented in these lengthy government standards documents that we know you won't read so just trust us. To the winner of this giveaway, or purchasers of this product, just remember that when betraying your friends with unicorn armies or experimenting with unicorn based fission, safety is paramount!
Prize: Unstable Unicorns Card GameAvailable on amazon.com
Estimated Value: $20.00
Build a Unicorn Army. Betray your friends. Unicorns are your friends now.
Unstable Unicorns is a strategic card game about everyone's two favorite things: Destruction & Unicorns. The goal of Unstable Unicorns is to be the first person to collect seven Unicorns in your play area, also known as your Stable. Use Magic, Instant, Upgrade, and Downgrade cards to hinder your opponents’ progress and destroy their Unicorns. But beware -- each player has all of these tools at their disposal as well, and you may just find your plans foiled by a well-played “Neigh!” card. Get ready to destroy your friendships...but in a good way.
In 2017, Unstable Unicorns became one of the top 100 most backed Kickstarter projects of all time, and in 2019, the game won the People’s Choice Award for Toy of the Year. We are super proud to have created a game that allows people to share meaningful experiences while actively working to screw each other over.
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All Comments (4)
GryphonCat - 01/08/2020 8:40 a.m. (direct link)
@Wanderlink ...As an archivist in a botanical institute, where some of the collections we have include information about botanists outwitting soldiers and spies, being spies, and being blackballed after refusing to spy for the government, nothing surprises me... ... ... ***GASP***
Wanderlink - 01/08/2020 8:17 a.m. (direct link)Content Owner
@GryphonCat You read the document? What kind of investigative master mind are you!? Well, now that you are on the trail, I may as well give you the secret. All references to "unicorn" were renamed to "hazard" as part of an agency redaction. Read it again with that knowledge and your mind will be blown.