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Duel of Ages II Basic Set


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  • The 2013 updated version to the award-winning adventure game series.
  • Key Content: 48 Characters, 98 Treasure, 7 Map Platters, 12 Dome Keys, 12 Adventure Keys, 72 Guardians
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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00D3XW8ZG
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,455 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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The superb-quality version II of the award-winning strategy game series. From the box: Ask a Duel of Ages player, "What game is DoA like?" and the response will be a rubbed chin and a pregnant pause. There is no game like DoA, no category, no convenient catch phrase. DoA is one of the most strenuous, fluid tactical challenges found in a board game, requiring not a straightforward nose-to-tail strategy to see comfortably to conclusion or a well-worn silver bullet to pursue, but an ability to reassess your team's situation moment by moment and act on each twist in the radically shifting storyline. But most players won't know this. They will simply be too entertained with the lives and fortunes of their characters.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cody Carlson VINE VOICE on January 12, 2014
The first thing you need to know about Worldspanner's "Duel of Ages II" is that it is a very unusual game, both in terms of its theme and its mechanics. Because of that it probably is not going to be for everybody. With that caveat, let me just say that this game is a lot of fun and every person I have played it with has really taken to it.

Thematically, the game takes place centuries in the future where billions (trillions?) of sentient beings tune in to watch a remarkable contest. Figures from history, mythology, lore, science-fiction, and fantasy fight in this game. Players may choose from figures like Kit Carson and Robin Hood to Little People (essentially Hobbits) and an alien flying saucer, and many, many more. The characters play in teams- black and white- and move about a board created by platters and keys, (trust me- it's a really cool board system that allows for tons of variations). The two teams have different objectives, depending upon a scenario, and players can make up their own victory conditions. You can engage in a simple game of player elimination, you can attempt to destroy the enemy team's headquarters, you can try to move your units off the other side of the board, and more. The limits really are your imagination. One very unusual, and highly satisfying mechanic, is the card combat system. Instead of rolling dice, players draw cards to determine whether a hit was scored, and then a second card to determine how much damage was dealt. I love to roll dice so I was a little skeptical at this system, but it is really tense and a whole lot of fun. It just adds a whole new level of excitement and originality to the game.

For all of the above reasons, the thing I love most about this game is the stories it tells.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Shegda on September 15, 2013
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This is a really fun game. The hero choices are a cool touch from William Wallace to Annie Oakley to crazy future themed aliens. It's similar to hunger games in that you create an arena and all spawn in to try to complete quests and get some gear like a sniper rifle, pistol, backpacks, bicycles and etc. I see potential for a lot of replay-ability since there are so many hero choices and you can build the map how you want. The hero choices are awesome and all have their own special ability that makes them stand apart. You never know when someone might have a concealed handgun and pull it on you when you try to get into melee range. I found this out the hard way when my hero got shot and killed when trying to attack with a battle axe I found!

If you're still not sure on the purchase check out below --- I guess the only CON I have is that I wanted the master set but it's way TOO expensive.

from boardgamegeek:

"Game play is an unusual mix of tactical wargame-style combat, treasure gathering, and non-combat character teamwork and adventuring, and has no close comparison to other games. Game play and winning is therefore an act of balancing fighting, treasure-gathering and adventuring."

You can also check out "The Dice Tower" on youtube as they do a fantastic review of the game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alexander J Griffard on March 3, 2014
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Duel of Ages 2 is a great deal of fun, and I highly recommend it. The unique conglomeration of characters, treasures, and maps leads to interesting, strategic, and sometimes hilarious interactions between players. It's unlike anything I've played, and the stories you'll create during play sessions are exciting and memorable. You'll cheer as your elven fire spore grenade manages to hit three enemies, you'll laugh as your cyborg struts on the catwalk of a fashion show, and you'll cry when the enemy reveals that they had a mole inside your base leaving the doors wide open for their three friends outside.

Duel of Ages 2 is a fantastic game and you should definitely try it out. I also recommend getting the Master Set expansion because it adds many more characters, treasures and map platters, though it's still possible to enjoy the base game by itself.
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