Revealing the Re-Chord Pick Powers

We want to start this week off by showing you what the various pick powers in Re-Chord do when activated. The picks are two sided and when put in the public pile are placed face up displaying their color. When a guitarist takes a pick from the public pile during a game, they can activate that pick's power. We can't wait to share more with you leading up to our Kickstarter launch in early Fall, but for now, here are each of the pick powers!

Placing a white pick allows a guitarist to choose and place another pick from the public pile.

Placing a white pick allows a guitarist to choose and place another pick from the public pile.

Placing a red pick allows a guitarist to remove any other pick from the fretboard.

Placing a red pick allows a guitarist to remove any other pick from the fretboard.

Blue picks allow a guitarist to MOVE or swap any other pick(s).

Blue picks allow a guitarist to MOVE or swap any other pick(s).

Blue picks allow a guitarist to move or SWAP any other pick(s).

Blue picks allow a guitarist to move or SWAP any other pick(s).

Grey picks allow a guitarist to turn any pick face down and they may move it to an open space.

Grey picks allow a guitarist to turn any pick face down and they may move it to an open space.

Purple picks allow any guitarist to pluck (turn face up) a face down pick and use it's power.

Purple picks allow any guitarist to pluck (turn face up) a face down pick and use it's power.

Wylde picks can be placed anywhere on the fretboard, including replacing an existing pick.

Wylde picks can be placed anywhere on the fretboard, including replacing an existing pick.

We really appreciate you taking the time to check out these pick powers. Stay tuned for a short video introducing the core concepts of the game, as well as a longer in depth rules video. We'd love your support on Facebook and Twitter, but most importantly we'd love your support during our upcoming Kickstarter campaign. Have a fantastic week!