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Three-Dragon Ante: Emperor's Gambit: A D&D Game (4th Edition D&D)


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  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 1.2 x 6.5 inches ; 7.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: 0786954787
  • Item model number: 25354
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,645 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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The classic D&D®-themed card game returns!

This fun card game updates the popular Three-Dragon Ante card game, adding new cards and new ways to foil your opponents! Designed for 2—6 players, Three-Dragon Ante: Emperor’s Gambit showcases dragons and iconic character archetypes from the D&D world. Easy to learn and play, this game is great for everyone, from dedicated D&D gamers to poker fans to casual card players. D&D characters can also play Three-Dragon Ante: Emperor’s Gambit within the context of any D&D campaign.

In addition to the added cards and rules, this game also contains complete rules for the original Three-Dragon Ante card game.

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The game is just great, and super fun to play.
Juan A. Baez III
They've also updated it so that you can use TDA:EB in your role play, and the players can affect the game using their trained skills.
Stephan A. Kannarr
Same cards and everything, just some rule revisions which they mark down so you can play the original if you want!
James Matthews

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stephan A. Kannarr on April 25, 2010
Format: Cards
I just picked up the newest release of Three Dragon Ante: Emporer's Gambit. It's been years that my friends and I have been playing the original TDA and as we played this newest version of the game, it's just as addictive and fun.

They upgraded some of the rules which were kind of clunky, and they made this installment gel with the 4e mythos that they're creating. They've also updated it so that you can use TDA:EB in your role play, and the players can affect the game using their trained skills. As a DM, I plan on incorporating this into an RP session as soon as I can. They've also got rules so that you can combine the two decks, still keeping only 70 cards, so that you can have the best of both decks to play with. There's lots of versatility here!!

I would highly recommend this game to anyone who liked the first TDA. Even if you've never played the first game, this is a great stand alone game with easy rules, once you get the hang of it. Lots of fun, laughs, competition, and backstabbing for a night with the friends!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By James Matthews on March 1, 2012
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
This game is a lot of fun, and it does add a dimension of immersion to the game. The cards are of very nice quality, and the instructions are very straightforward and easy to understand! The art is nice, and if you are wondering how it is different from the original TDA, it isn't. Same cards and everything, just some rule revisions which they mark down so you can play the original if you want! IT IS NOT AT ALL RELATED TO 4.0, aside from the logo. This means you can use it with 3.5, and still hate on 4th edition!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Juan A. Baez III on June 10, 2010
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
I bought this game thinking it would be a little more D&D related. It wasn't, but it's in no way disappointing. The game is just great, and super fun to play. You'll need a lot of poker chips if you play with more than two players, and some of the debt handling is a little wonky at times, but overall it's a fairly straight forward game. The more players you have the faster it seems to play, if you're playing two players expect a longer game, but it's just as fun. One great thing about it is that it comes with a couple of rules summary cards to give the other players, so you don't have one guy with a rule book figuring it out for everyone. It's such a little thing to do, but it makes a difference.

Overall this game is just great. Highly recommend it.
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By Jason Robles on February 17, 2013
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
Well I took Three Dragon Ante to "Game Night" joining all my friends bringing various card and board games to try and play for the night. Since this was my game I learned the rules and explained the concepts thoroughly to the group and the 6 of us began to play. As much as I looked forward to this game obviously my friends, who are avid gamers (including Magic and Poker) and they were not impressed. I dominated the game that we played taking the first two "pots" and everyone quickly lost interest, stating it was boring and relied too much on chance (although Poker relies on many of the same things they complained about). Oh, well I moved on and we played other games.

As far as the game goes it does involve a great deal of strategy because there can be so many different objectives for each player. Maybe you are lying low this round to build better cards and just limit your gold exposure, or maybe you low play, waiting to play your card that makes the winner have the lowest score to steal the "pot."

If you like casual card games with a Poker type feel and you like fantasy stuff, buy it. It is a very cheap game and I can see where certain play groups would really enjoy it. I know I would like to play it more down the road.
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Format: Cards
I didn't expect it to be that fun, since it is just an addition to your D&D game play. I was wrong. It was so fun, that our D&D group got together the following weekend just to play Three Dragon Ante for real money with some non D&D players. I played the original Three Dragon Ante and then Three Dragon Ante: Emporor's Gambit the following week. I loved both games. It is even better that Three-Dragon Ante: Emperor's Gambit, which added additional dragon types is both playable alone, and with the original game cards. I do wish Wizards of the Coast never discontinued the first set. In the mean time I will get Emporor's Gambit and if I ever find the original for a reasonable price I will bury that one too. It is a must have if you love D&D, the Fantasy genre, or if you just love card games.
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By Amazon Customer on September 13, 2013
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
My brother (a huge D&D fan) introduced me to this game. It's a little difficult to get the hang of, But I hear it's kind of like poker (I don't know how to play poker, so that's probably why it was so difficult to me). Once I got the hang of it, though, it was pretty fun!
You can still play it and have a good time even if you've never played D&D!
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I like some of the additions in this over the original game. The best one that adds a bit more fun is the Ante effects that make some cards worth more in the ante than just cost. It's also nice that they added more dragon types so color flights are harder to come by when you are playing with both the original game and new game mixed.
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