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It doesn't take that long to play, it's easy to learn, and it's lots of fun!
The scenarios are infinitely re-playable and each player can build her/his own unique deck using it in combinations that best suit her/his character.
I'm an avid Lord of the Rings: The Card Game player and I love minis games such as Descent and the AD&D adventure games.
Like the way this game is set up, the trays for cards, the ability to expand. Can be played solo or with others, and with a range of ages.Published 21 hours ago by Lawrence A. Thomas
This is a great game, whether or not you are a Pathfinder fan. Easy (and, dare I say, fun) to set up; lots of scenarios to keep you busy; endless replayability; character... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Roxy Scatola
Well thought out and designed, with easy to learn mechanics and lots of expansion. The random element of the cards means no two adventures are truly ever identical, and with... Read morePublished 11 days ago by M. Bartlett
This is an awesome game. A great family board game, if your kids are old enough and patient enough to try some strategy. Read morePublished 27 days ago by E. Ray
Not as much fun as the giant box might lead you to think. Why is the box GIGANTIC? Pointlessly large box, with minor amount of strategy in this random event card game.Published 1 month ago by A critical consumer.
This is only part of the game - you have to buy after all another few sets with almost the same price, but if you like table games you will pay...Published 2 months ago by Viktor
My boyfriend is super into board games, so I bought this for something we could play together. We love it.
It's really fun and easy to play. Read more
This is a great game if you want a D&D type of game, but you don't have enough people or GM. You pick a character that fits the common archetypes that you are probably familiar... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jay