Michael fills in for Peter and gets his first taste of DMing a dragon!
The enthusiasm of our new players rubs off on the DMs this week!
The three DMs fight bravely against tables packed with players!
Peter returns, and the Beached Leviathan shakes and burns with battle!
Peter is away working, and his substitute had an emergency – leaving Matt and Tom to fend off twelve players!
This week another big turnout at Board Game Barrister Bayshore, and variations on the theme from Tom, Peter, and Matt.
Matt visits with Tom to discuss the final battle, the season as a whole, and what’s next.
Matt’s table launches an amphibious assault, Mike subs for Pete, and Tom DMs the kiddie table!
One of the cool bonuses in the new Dungeon Command miniatures faction sets are the cards for use with the D&D Adventure System games. For the inaugural International Tabletop Game Day, I devised a simple adventure combining the third Adventure System game, Legend of Drizzt, with the Dungeon Command Sting of Lolth faction set.
This version is revised to shorten the game somewhat. At Bayshore Mall in Glendale WI, I hosted this adventure for four players; all were new to the board game. We completed the adventure with a victory, but it took well over two hours. The new version speeds up the appearance of the enemies, and should keep the total play time within 90 minutes.
This is our game after the second Hunting Party was revealed, in the upper right corner of the map.
The only Hero to die was Drizzt, but the player chose to let Drizzt take attacks instead of Guen. (I think after two hours he was ready to quit anyway.) The game play was pretty intense, most Heroes used their personal Healing Surges, and everyone finished with 3 or fewer HP.
Give this scenario a try, and please let me know how it played for you!
Matt, Tom and Peter return for battles with a reptile god and several ogres!