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Dungeon Command Expansion: Sting of Lolth

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  • Minatures can be used in Dungeon Command, Dungeons and Dragons Role Playing Game
  • Cards can be used with Castle Ravenloft, Wrath of Ashardalon, Legend of Drizzt
  • Beautifully crafted and painted figures
  • Ages 12+
  • Players 1-2

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Technical Details
Item Weight694 g
Product Dimensions29.2 x 23.5 x 8.3 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:13 - 15 years
Item model number397530000
Original Release Date1920
Main Language(s)English published, English original, English
Number of Game Players1-2
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
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ASIN0786960175
Best Sellers Rank 191,377 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight703 g
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Date First Available27 Jan. 2012
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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Dungeon Command: Sting of Lolth is a card-driven skirmish game played on modular interlocking map tiles that uses order cards, creature cards and miniatures.

Box Contains

1 Rulebook<BR>2 Commander Cards<BR>36 Order Cards<4 Interlocking,die-cut, Battlefield Tiles<BR> 12 Monster Cards<BR>12 Prepainted Plastic Minatures<BR>12 Creature Cards<BR>2 Demonweb Spiders<BR>Drow Blademaster<BR>Drow Assassin<BR>Drow Wizard<BR>Giant Spider<BR>2 Drow House Guards
Drow Priestess<BR>Shadow Mastiff<BR>Umber Hulk<BR>Drider


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I've been collecting various sets of Wizards of the Coast's miniatures for over a year now - having missed out on buying them when they were cheap and readily available. I've had to bid for them on the auction site or buy what bargains I could find here on Amazon. So when WotC announced a new set of miniatures out I eagerly snapped up a box from a book specialist site which was offering a better deal than the prices here.

In 'Dungeon Command: Sting of Lolth' you get:
twelve non randomised pre-painted plastic miniatures including a drow assassin, 2 drow house guard, a priestess, a wizard, a mastiff, 2 demomweb spiders, a giant spider,a drider, drow blademaster and an umber hulk.

Not only are these miniatures for the game included in this box, and for the 4e D&D role-playing game, they are also usable in other miniature/board/skirmish games such as Castle Ravenloft, Wrath of Ashardalon, and The Legend of Drizzt. They are multi-purpose, you can play skirmish rules, roleplay and collect them.

I was pleased at the quality of the miniatures, but there are only 12 figures and if like me you tend to want them only for the roleplaying game the value is not all that fantastic. If you plan to play the miniature game or have the other games mentioned the value of DC boxes increases.

You also get the miniatures rule book and commander cards, and the dungeon tiles which lock together to form the battle area (these will be playable with future Dungeon Commander games (I bought the Heart of Cormyr too for a steal), of similar quality to D&D Essentials Dungeon Tiles, but with jigsaw like interlocking edges.

Dungeon Commander is a card-driven skirmish game played on modular interlocking map tiles. Players use order cards, creature cards and miniatures.
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The game box was much larger than I thought it would be, which was a pleasant surprise, as there's a lot to pack inside. It works out to just under half the size of my Castle Ravenloft box, which I bought this game as an expansion for. That's the beauty of this set, as it can be played with in three different ways. There's a multi-part, double-sided game board that has dungeon on one side, and terrain on the other, which is designed to link to the game boards from other Dungeon Command sets, or add to the game tiles from Wrath Of Ashardalon, Legend Of Drizzt or Castle Ravenloft, as they have the same interlocking teeth. There are also several really nicely moulded and pre-painted miniatures within, as well as cards and tokens.The idea is basically a wargames army-in-a-box, so when the board is linked to another set, the miniatures can be used as an army to fight the ones from the other set, using the cards provided. The included rules also enable a small skirmish to be played just using the pieces within one box. The third purpose is the main reason for my purchase, and that's the inclusion of D&D Monster cards, that enables you to use these minis as add-ons to the big games, like Castle Ravenloft, Legend Of Drizzt or Wrath Of Ashardalon- you can keep the cards in the bigger game boxes, as they aren't used in the Dungeon Command game itself. So you actually get three games in one for your money, which, given that most fantasy miniatures based games can cost you the best part of fifty quid, is quite good value for money. This won't be the last set I'll be buying, I can tell you, as I'll be adding more minis to my bigger games, and maybe I'll try that actual skirmish wargame, too!
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Nice figures, nice interchangeable map pieces that you can fit together with parts from the other boxes - what's not to like? I use the figures and maps for my role-playing game to illustrate fight scenes. These are great!
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Seems an interesting wargame (need two different sets to play) but its a great little way to get some good mini, pre painted to use in your roleplay games. recommended.
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