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Legend of Drizzt Board Game: A Dungeons & Dragons Board Game
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- Cooperative Play
- Compaitable with Castle Ravenloft & Wrath of Ashardalon
- 60 minutes playing time
- 1-5 players
- Ages 12+
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The adventures of Drizzt Do'Urden, as told in the New York Times best-selling Forgotten Realms novels by R.A. Salvatore, come to life in this thrilling board game. Take on the role of the legendary drow ranger or one of his famous adventuring companions, battle fearsome foes, and win treasure and glory. Designed for 1-5 players, this board game features multiple scenarios, challenging quests, and cooperative game play. The contents of this game can also be combined with other D&D Adventure System Cooperative Play board games, including Castle Ravenloft and Wrath of Ashardalon, to create an even more exciting experience.
40 plastic heroes and monsters, 32 sheets of interlocking cardstock dungeon tiles (called "cavern tiles"), 22 sheets of interlocking cardstock dungeon edge tiles (called "cavern edge or fissure tiles"), 200 encounter cards and treasure cards, Numerous misc tokens, Rulebook, Scenario book, 20-sided die
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This is a solid game - and fairly simple. A dungeon crawl, fighting monsters, getting treasure, with the players concentrating on the heroes and the game system itself handles the monsters. It can play from 1 to 5 players and has plenty of varied scenarios. This set can also be combined with the others in the series (Castle Ravenloft and Wrath of Ashardalon) to create a gigantic game.
What is contained in this set is plenty of evenings worth of gaming and also lends itself well to creating your own variants.
The "Adventure system" used in this version of D&D removes both those needs - for the most part!
From what I understand, this set of D&D boardgames is a stripped back version of the main game, with dozens of preset adventures ready to play out (so no need for a Dungeon Master unless you choose to make your own) and several of those adventures can be played solo.
The game is designed for 1-5 players, but if you don't have many friends to join, then you can play a lone.
The few adventures that I have tried, have been fun and easy to set up and enjoy.
There is nothing complicated about playing and each experience is unique through randomized dungeons and creatures, offering the potential for endless game play value. But the fun is that even if you do exhaust the game you can buy a different themed set and mix and combine them to create a whole new experience.
The only few drawbacks which I can see is this...
1) This obviously is not the full D&D experience, and if you want the full experience you may want to look into the 3.5 or 4th version starter packs. This is a stripped back version.
2) The price of just one box set is quite a lot at around £50, but you do get A LOT of content here!
3) The contents of the box is a bit fiddly to put back in the box. All the dungeon pieces arrive inside a cardboard sheet which you punch them out from, and there are quite a few of those. But instead of the box offering a holding section for those, you have to push them back into these sheets after ever play.
None of the above destroy the game in any way.
This is a very fun board game with potentially years of game play to be had.
The included miniatures are unpainted but serviceable and if you're into miniatures you can paint them up as I have done with mine.
There are even options to play as some 'heroic villians' - a new mechanic allowing you to play as infamous characters such as Atermus Entari.
However - be warned that the heros in this are more powerful than the characters from the other two games, so if you plan to use them in Wrath or Ravenloft you might need to make it more difficult.
It's a great game, with probably the best selection of miniatures - if you already own one of the other games or are into drizzt then get this! Great fun and if you are 'forever alone' it is soloable.
What are you waiting for get dungeoning!
All of the contents are excellent, but if I had to be really picky, i'd say that some of the weapons on the minatures could be a little sturdier and less flimsy. Other than that, everything is excellent!! Wonderful delivery, too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hours of funs and there's a LOT in this box - love that it dovetails with others in the seriesPublished 3 months ago by Dirk
english manual, numberous tiles, unpainted minis, all to have a good game.Published 4 months ago by Shin chan
If what you are looking for is a straight forward and enjoyable dungeon-crawl that doesn't need days of character preparation and constant referal to profiles and rulebooks, then... Read morePublished 10 months ago by P Thwaites
Exceptional board game.If you like d&d and you have readed drizzt's books,do not think twice and buy it.Published 12 months ago by Mario
it miss some of the Drittz's atmosphere and the story plot is not exactly the best, but the game is nice, fun to play and me and my group are enjoying it a lot.Published 13 months ago by Bruni Gianandrea