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Halflings love food. They are constantly talking about food, thinking about food and of course obtaining food! Their obsession for food has grown into a sport and every year halflings from across the land gather to celebrate with a fabulous feast and take part in a now legendary eating competition!

However, as the reputation of each epicurean athlete is at risk some halflings will do anything to win the competition. All kinds of cheating can be found, whether it's modifying an opponent's dishes with something unsavory or enlisting a powerful magic spell. All can be found at a Halfling Feast!

Vital Statistics:

Cards: 66

Number of Players: 2-4

Time to play: 20-30 mins

What is Halfling Feast?
Halfling Feast is a non-collectible card game for 2-4 players, designed by Naomi Styles & Robin Elliott. Each player represents a champion halfling eater with a mission to eat as many dishes as possible by the end of the feast. The player with the most points and dishes wins the game!

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This light-hearted fun game takes approximately 20-30 mins to play. It's designed to be rules-light and quick to play. With great humor and easy game play, it's perfect family fun. This small game packs a humorous punch in one easy to swallow package!

* Please note players will be required to provide a Belly token to record your fullness on the belly track cards. Any round token is good for this 1 for each player.

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January 03, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on January 15, 2019.