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Myths and Legends is an out-of-print collectible card game based on universal mythologies, developed in 2000 in Santiago, Chile . The game now has 39 editions and more than 3,000 collectible cards [ citation needed ] . It is the only collectible card game integrally produced and developed in Latin-America ( Chile ), and it is translated into the English and German languages. The game has been launched in Europe, United States, Oceania and Latin America. In January 2010, the game went into "indefinite recess" due to the bankruptcy of the publisher, Salo.

In October 2014 the game was officially revived bringing back many of the staff members of the original game, including game designers and artists

A Myths and Legends deck is made up of five types of cards: Allies , Totems , Talismans , Weapons and Gold cards ( Kingdom card being used only during the Genesis Era) . Each card has its own special function, with some common characteristics. Each card's Gold cost is indicated in the upper right-hand corner. If there is no number there, it is a Gold card. The upper left-hand corner indicates the card type, with Totems, Weapons, and Talismans all having a special symbol, and Allies having a Strength number.

History is full of legends that mystify and entertain. These legends of from different cultures around the world. Some are still held as strong beliefs, however some of them have faded away with time.

Lady Godiva is believed to be an Anglo Saxon woman who lived during the time of 980-1064 AD. She was the wife of the ruler of Coventry, England. She loved her husband dearly, but she always opposed the way her husband treated his people.

When her husband issued a heavy tax on the local people, she decided to protest by wandering the city naked. And so she did, covering herself only with her hair, she wandered the streets of the city. The woman was so highly respected that the entire city shut down their windows while she did so. The only exception was a tailor, who watched through a hole in his shutter as the naked woman roam the city.

No matter where you’re from, you probably have your fair share of wild myths. From stuff like the legend of King Arthur and his magic BFF to the mischievous gods of Ancient Greece to the insane epics of Hindu mythology, just about every culture comes with a set of stories that most other cultures call foreign or strange.

But then there are the universal myths—myths that crop up repeatedly in cultures separated by hundreds of miles and thousands of years. These myths are so near-universal that their prevalence is downright spooky.


The idea of a flood that drowns the entire world pops up in almost every single culture. Jews and Christians know it as the story of Noah, but other versions almost certainly predate the Genesis account. The Ancient Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh includes the tale of Utnapishtim , who builds a boat, fills it with animals to escape a deluge, and eventually comes to rest on a mountaintop. The Greeks had Deucalion, who survived a flood sent by Zeus. Other versions appear in Hindu, Mayan, and Native American legends.

Myths and Legends is an out-of-print collectible card game based on universal mythologies, developed in 2000 in Santiago, Chile . The game now has 39 editions and more than 3,000 collectible cards [ citation needed ] . It is the only collectible card game integrally produced and developed in Latin-America ( Chile ), and it is translated into the English and German languages. The game has been launched in Europe, United States, Oceania and Latin America. In January 2010, the game went into "indefinite recess" due to the bankruptcy of the publisher, Salo.

In October 2014 the game was officially revived bringing back many of the staff members of the original game, including game designers and artists

A Myths and Legends deck is made up of five types of cards: Allies , Totems , Talismans , Weapons and Gold cards ( Kingdom card being used only during the Genesis Era) . Each card has its own special function, with some common characteristics. Each card's Gold cost is indicated in the upper right-hand corner. If there is no number there, it is a Gold card. The upper left-hand corner indicates the card type, with Totems, Weapons, and Talismans all having a special symbol, and Allies having a Strength number.

History is full of legends that mystify and entertain. These legends of from different cultures around the world. Some are still held as strong beliefs, however some of them have faded away with time.

Lady Godiva is believed to be an Anglo Saxon woman who lived during the time of 980-1064 AD. She was the wife of the ruler of Coventry, England. She loved her husband dearly, but she always opposed the way her husband treated his people.

When her husband issued a heavy tax on the local people, she decided to protest by wandering the city naked. And so she did, covering herself only with her hair, she wandered the streets of the city. The woman was so highly respected that the entire city shut down their windows while she did so. The only exception was a tailor, who watched through a hole in his shutter as the naked woman roam the city.

Myths and Legends is an out-of-print collectible card game based on universal mythologies, developed in 2000 in Santiago, Chile . The game now has 39 editions and more than 3,000 collectible cards [ citation needed ] . It is the only collectible card game integrally produced and developed in Latin-America ( Chile ), and it is translated into the English and German languages. The game has been launched in Europe, United States, Oceania and Latin America. In January 2010, the game went into "indefinite recess" due to the bankruptcy of the publisher, Salo.

In October 2014 the game was officially revived bringing back many of the staff members of the original game, including game designers and artists

A Myths and Legends deck is made up of five types of cards: Allies , Totems , Talismans , Weapons and Gold cards ( Kingdom card being used only during the Genesis Era) . Each card has its own special function, with some common characteristics. Each card's Gold cost is indicated in the upper right-hand corner. If there is no number there, it is a Gold card. The upper left-hand corner indicates the card type, with Totems, Weapons, and Talismans all having a special symbol, and Allies having a Strength number.

History is full of legends that mystify and entertain. These legends of from different cultures around the world. Some are still held as strong beliefs, however some of them have faded away with time.

Lady Godiva is believed to be an Anglo Saxon woman who lived during the time of 980-1064 AD. She was the wife of the ruler of Coventry, England. She loved her husband dearly, but she always opposed the way her husband treated his people.

When her husband issued a heavy tax on the local people, she decided to protest by wandering the city naked. And so she did, covering herself only with her hair, she wandered the streets of the city. The woman was so highly respected that the entire city shut down their windows while she did so. The only exception was a tailor, who watched through a hole in his shutter as the naked woman roam the city.

No matter where you’re from, you probably have your fair share of wild myths. From stuff like the legend of King Arthur and his magic BFF to the mischievous gods of Ancient Greece to the insane epics of Hindu mythology, just about every culture comes with a set of stories that most other cultures call foreign or strange.

But then there are the universal myths—myths that crop up repeatedly in cultures separated by hundreds of miles and thousands of years. These myths are so near-universal that their prevalence is downright spooky.


The idea of a flood that drowns the entire world pops up in almost every single culture. Jews and Christians know it as the story of Noah, but other versions almost certainly predate the Genesis account. The Ancient Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh includes the tale of Utnapishtim , who builds a boat, fills it with animals to escape a deluge, and eventually comes to rest on a mountaintop. The Greeks had Deucalion, who survived a flood sent by Zeus. Other versions appear in Hindu, Mayan, and Native American legends.

In this section we will explore some of the most amazing myths and legends from around the world—legends that may hold truths that can unlock the secrets of our ancient origins.

At Ancient Origins, we believe that one of the most important fields of knowledge we can pursue as human beings is our beginnings. And while some people may seem content with the story as it stands, our view is that there exists countless mysteries, scientific anomalies and surprising artifacts that have yet to be discovered and explained.

The goal of Ancient Origins is to highlight recent archaeological discoveries, peer-reviewed academic research and evidence, as well as offering alternative viewpoints and explanations of science, archaeology, mythology, religion and history around the globe.

Myths and Legends is an out-of-print collectible card game based on universal mythologies, developed in 2000 in Santiago, Chile . The game now has 39 editions and more than 3,000 collectible cards [ citation needed ] . It is the only collectible card game integrally produced and developed in Latin-America ( Chile ), and it is translated into the English and German languages. The game has been launched in Europe, United States, Oceania and Latin America. In January 2010, the game went into "indefinite recess" due to the bankruptcy of the publisher, Salo.

In October 2014 the game was officially revived bringing back many of the staff members of the original game, including game designers and artists

A Myths and Legends deck is made up of five types of cards: Allies , Totems , Talismans , Weapons and Gold cards ( Kingdom card being used only during the Genesis Era) . Each card has its own special function, with some common characteristics. Each card's Gold cost is indicated in the upper right-hand corner. If there is no number there, it is a Gold card. The upper left-hand corner indicates the card type, with Totems, Weapons, and Talismans all having a special symbol, and Allies having a Strength number.


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