Red Dragon Inn 2
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- Standalone game
- Can be combined with Red Dragon Inn for games of up to 8 players
- Four new adventures
- For 2-4 players
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who enjoys games and like to smile. One warning: This is a "Screw-you" type game, so I wouldn't purchase it if you like fair play!
You can play the game straight-laced, but it's really meant to be role-played. The characters are rich with possibility, and it's fun to give them life and get into how they would act, using the action cards to help you on your way.
The art is also really great, and SlugFest didn't skimp on the quality of anything. It's top drawer all the way and well worth the price.
Word around the campfire is that Red Dragon Inn 3, with 4 more characters to play, will finally be available at the end of this Spring, a little later than they initially anticipated. I can't wait!
Characters here are a dour dwarf, a big oafish half-ogre, a sexy illusionist, and a narcissistic bard. However the characters just don't seem as *fun* as they were in the original. The dwarf, in particular, is just kind of dull and uninteresting. What made the first one so good was that the characters were so silly and kinetic. Here, they're just there.
I'm not sure why Slugfest made the decision to release this as a stand-alone game. You get everything that was in the original, again. (To be fair, the new Drinks deck has some new cards, but that's minor.) The only reason I can think of is to allow five- or six-player games. (More than that is probably too many.) Hopefully, if they make any more additions to this excellent game, they'll decide to release characters a-la-carte, or perhaps in two-packs. I really don't want to buy the *entire* game for a third time, but I'd be more than willing to buy some new character decks.
What it comes down to is this: if you don't own the original, buy that first. It's the same game, but better. But if you already have it, this is a more-than-adequate expansion. It's just a pity that they packaged it as they did.
The basic theme of this bar themed game is to have your opponents passed out, knocked out, or kicked out. You do this by buying drinks for your friends, beating them up for silly reasons, or sneaking all their money away by stealing it or gambling it in a mini-game within. It is an easy game that doesn't require too much thinking: As you become more drunk due to opponent cards or drinking cards, your clear bead (starting at 0) gains numbers on the track. As you become progressively more hurt, your red bead (starting at 20) decreases in number on the track. Once the two beads touch OR you run out of gold, you are out of the game.
The characters are goofy and remind me of most typical medieval games. I go so far as to say mocking the stereotypes of games like Dungeons and Dragons. I find it very clever. Just think of a diverse group of adventurers stopping in at an inn for a bit of revelry. The four in this box are as followed:
"Fleck the Bard: Fleck is a dashing half-elf, always ready with a smile or a song. His heroic tales and stirring lute-playing raises his friends spirits, filling them with courage as they face the horrors of the deep dungeon. The Good: Women want him.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A fun and funny stand-alone game, or a nice addition of characters to the other RDI games.Published 1 month ago by TSilvestri@aol.com
Looooove this add on to the first red dragon inn. The characters to play is super fun and I absolutely love Eve and Fleck! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kri
Great example of a standalone game, as well as an expansion! If you like the Red Dragon Inn game, then pick this one up. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brian
Gog love this edition of game. Gog give it a BIG HUG! Gog no like cheating. You can't beat Gog with force - try get Gog drunk instead. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jonah Falcon