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Gosu X

Gosu X

Sorry We Are French

Hachette Boardgames US 2 Players Hachette Boardgames US 14+ Hachette Boardgames US 20 min

Hand management, tableau builder, multiple win conditions

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The Jalaanx universe is dominated by 8 Immortals, demigods engaged in conflicts since the dawn of time. Alliances are made and broken every time a new war comes. The red moon approaches, forge a new alliance and be prepared for an epic battle. Even if a military victory is always honorable, especially for the great Goan-Sul, a hidden 9th demigod offers new ways to win the battle...


Gosu X is a combo card game in which players build up their army using the cards from their deck, made of 3 of the 8 clans in the game. The 2 clans unchosen by either player add ongoing rules and effects. At the end of each round, a Great Battle takes place, where the player with the highest military value comes closer to victory.


  • 120 cards
  • 16 wooden pieces
  • 8 Immortal tiles
  • 1 board
  • 1 cloth bag
  • 1 rulebook (download here)

Game info

Dimensions: 8.66 x 8.66 x 2.36 in

Weight: 1.68 lbs

Release date: March 10, 2023

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  • The Dice Tower

    "It has managed to pack a lot of stuff in a short amount of time. The layers are deep in this one. If you like CCGs, this is the way to go."

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  • Semi Co-op

    "In this competitive card game, a single battle takes place at the end of a round when both players passed, so the game itself is all about building your forces while hindering your opponent. Expect a LOT of shenanigans, unique powers and creative combos."

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  • Might I Suggest a Game

    "I'm always getting asked for recommendations for 2-player card duelers. This one feels like it's going to fit really well in that category. Gosu X takes it to the next level."

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  • Nerds on Earth

    "[Combining different clans is] what keeps me coming back to Gosu X for more. Each combination feels like its own little puzzle that I need to try and solve, while simultaneously working out what my opponent might be thinking."

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