Dungeons and Dragons Command Sting of Lolth Board Game

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Rating Summary (7 Total)


When I first bought these dungeon command games, I did it only for the miniatures and the tiles, as assets for d&d games. Yesterday after almost 4 years, me and my friends, decided to give them a shot as game.The game is really interesting, both generals and the races can change a lot the game. It can be played with 3 and 4 people (we tried it both). Havent played the 2 player version yet, but the multiplayer system was great.Strategy, wargame, great miniatures and great cards. You have a lot to think, where to move, where to hide, what cards to use, which one to attack and with whom to hold peace. I am glad to have this in my collection. Loved the experience and my friends and wife, already ask for the next gamenight. Try it with multiplayer and have fun!


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Definitely closer to wargaming than boardgaming, as battles can take quite some time, and it is one-on-one (mainly). Well-balanced though, as it often comes down to a turn between victors.