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A Game of Thrones: The Board Game: A Dance With Dragons

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A Dance with Dragons a Print on Demand scenario for A Game of Thrones: The Board Game Second Edition imagines Westeros as it appears in the fifth book of A Song of Ice and Fire: Stannis holds The Wall House Bolton controls Winterfell the Lannisters have taken King?s Landing and more. With 42 alternate House cards that feature the characters relevant to this period of Westeros? history A Dance with Dragons is a special expert-level six-player alternate scenario that immediately thrusts players into a grim struggle for survival. This POD expansion includes all the cards and instructions to play the game of thrones as never before!

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Product Dimensions 5.1 x 3.5 x 1.1 inches
Item Weight 3.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN 1616614838
Item model number 331311
Manufacturer recommended age 12 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #81,370 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#2,501 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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Very glad that I bought these! We've played so many times with the stock deck, that these new house cards are extremely refreshing. As the name suggests, the new cards pick are during the book A Dance with Dragons. So the characters who have died off up to this point are no longer included and the new characters that have been introduced have been added. Abilities and strengths of remaining characters have also changed. There is also an entirely new layout scenario with this deck as long as you have 6 players. We haven't had 6 yet, so I have not tried this. I will update this when/if we play with a full crew.
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Admittedly, I haven't actually played the board game using this expansion yet. It REQUIRES 6 players (unlike the original rules that allow for as few as 3 players), and I haven't had an opportunity to have so many interested players in the same place at one time. However, I wanted to write this review to explain what exactly comes in the expansion for the price.

Overall, I think it's pricey for what you get. Basically it's just new character cards for each house, and some cards that tell/show you the new setup of the board and rules. However, I think it's still worth it for the refreshing taste it gives the original "A Game of Thrones 2nd Edition" board game.

The starting locations of armies are completely different. Apart from the new cards, this is the main difference in the expansion. Armies are spread across the board, meaning battles can, and likely will, occur on the 1st turn. There are also fewer turns per game than the original 10 rounds. I can't remember the exact number, though. This new layout of armies definitely freshens things up, as Greyjoy has a vast navy from the start, while Tyrell is stretched from their home all the way to the sea surrounding Baratheon's castle. The Lannisters control King's Landing from the start, and Baratheon has troops near Winterfell. Martell and Stark have armies slightly spreading from their original locations, but nothing too drastic.

The cards offer some new strategies, and shift the power from the original card set. The Stark cards are far more powerful than before, while House Greyjoy loses much of their advantage in the card arena. And, naturally, the positions on the influence tracks are different this time around.

If you want to freshen up "A Game of Thrones," and you have 6 players who are interested, I would definitely advise getting this expansion. It's expensive for what you get, but I think it's worth it if you can get people to play it.
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If you love A Game of Thrones board game you'll love this expansion. The game needs six people, but the game moves quicker because of the placement of all of the houses. Also the change of house cards is nice.
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I absolutely love this expansion set. It takes away the tedious opening moves that have little excitement and requires a bit of luck. It balances out the house cards and allows for combat right off the start. It also gives some house cards that have some incredible flavor text such as Walder Frey allowing you to change enemy support icons... red wedding anyone? All in all this is a must buy for anyone who loves the books or boardgame.
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This one of the best strategy games ever. And this update allows you to move basically up to date to where the books are as you battle for the future of Westeros. If you like the Game of Thrones miniseries, books or the game of Risk this is for you.
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The cardstock quality is pretty low. The item came to me with a broken box and the cards were warped due to humidity. Not very happy about this.

Also just in general, this does require 6 players so beware.
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If you have played the base game a couple of times and are looking for a new challenge then you really ought to pick this up (so long as you're playing with 6 people). The new house cards have a different look to them and a somewhat cheaper feel to them but they change the way the game is played drastically. One Greyjoy card even lets you look through the Westeros decks and choose the next card that will be played (spoilers it was a muster). Cards that are printed zeros can really be 5+ based on certain conditions and the Stark (actually Bolton now) house has some really interesting cards.

The reason for the 4/5 instead of 5/5 is once you first set up the game and look at the pieces it will strike you as super unbalanced. Greyjoy actually has all their ships basically already on the board and the Baratheons can get basically wiped out on the first turn if they're unlucky. If you look on Reddit people say you can win with any house but if you're the Lannisters (who get attacked even more in the expansion that before) or Baratheons you're gonna have to get a bit lucky.
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Wish they were laminated. the cards material seems a baby bit more flimsy than the original cards, but the game itself is great. Shortened our game to 3 hours (the original can take up to 5 hours) and was a lot more intense. That being said, its kinda hard on beginners, who don't get that extra couple turns to figure themselves out before battle ensues.
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