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Dungeons and Dragons Command Sting of Lolth Board Game

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  • Play time: 45+ minutes
  • The Sting of Loath pack introduces the Drow faction.
  • Manufacturer: Wizards of the Coast
  • D&D Board game

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Awesome D&D strategy gameI purchased this pack, the Sting of Lolth, along with the Dungeon Command: Heart of Cormyr faction pack to get started in Dungeon Command. Before buying, I read multiple reviews and advice from publisher that two faction packs would be optimal. After having played the game, I can say that two faction packs are essential--don't try to play without two. The gameplay just doesn't lend itself "sharing" decks and figures. It would be like trying to play chess with two players and you both share all the same color pieces. But once you have two faction packs, you're ready to go!On the surface, the game appears to be much more complicated than it truly is. A quick flip through the rulebook (10+ pages including diagrams, side bars and bold print vocab words) may incite panicked flash backs to your high school chemistry book. However, if you just buckle down for a few minutes, the gameplay truly only takes about 10-15 minutes to get cozy with. By the end of your first game, you'll be dungeon delving like a pro!Gameplay: This is a very fun hybrid trading card game/strategy board game using creatures and denizens of the famous Dungeons and Dragons fantasy world. This particular faction pack includes followers of the evil spider queen Lolth (drow, spiders and beasts of the Underdark). You will battle your creatures against your opponents using each creature's unique abilities (as printed on their card) and bolster your offenses/defenses using your hand of "order" cards. There's very little luck involved, since you won't be rolling dice and you will quickly gain access to your entire arsenal of creatures. However, you will need to bank on drawing useful order cards from your deck.One of the things that I like about this game is that it is very easy to set up, tear down and re-setup if need be. My boyfriend and I sometimes only get an hour or so to play and we'll need to start and stop a single game a few times before someone wins. That being said, the producer claims a game can last anywhere from 45-120 minutes. We have yet to have a game last under 2 hours, however, we are strategy game veterans and tend to take these matches very seriously. (We even have a scoreboard in our living room for bragging and nagging rights.)Altogether, the game play seems nicely balanced between factions. The Drown are rather powerful (high hit points, high damage abilities) however they lack healing capabilities and don't have particularly strong ranged attack power. So, you'll need to get close to your enemy, hit fast and hard, and then get out of the way.One minor complaint I have regarding this faction pack in particular is the fact that I have several order cards in my deck that appear to not be useable by any of my creatures. For example: I have a level 1 INT card that allows spider creatures to cast web on an opponent, limiting their movement. However, this pack doesn't contain any spider creatures that have INT. I'm not sure if the designers did this having intended to allow players customize their own "decks" of creatures, but even still, you should be able to use all of the cards in the deck that comes with the set. My boyfriend's Heart of Cormyr set has similar cards with limitations.Despite these quirks, the game itself is great fun and really lends itself to modifications, add-ons and customization. We have already been talking about including traps and special loot items on the board and possibly writing in scenarios for wandering monsters and random encounters. It can easily be merged with the adventure game systems that Wizards of the Coast has released. The best thing about it: you can make it as simple or as complicated as you want.Quality/Components: The faction pack contains miniatures from previous D&D miniature releases (with the exception of the newest Blood of Gruumsh pack, which has all new miniatures). They are pre-painted and very handsomely detailed. The miniatures are excellent quality and very attractive.You will also receive two "large" dungeon tiles and two "small" dungeon tiles, one of which will contain your starting zone. All of the tiles are double-sided, displaying outdoor terrain on one side and an indoor dungeon floor on the opposite side. They can be arranged in a couple of different ways for variations and/or strategy purposes. Our dungeon tiles were a bit warped and won't lie flat when we put them out on the table to create a game board (see pictures). This has been pretty annoying so far and we are trying to find a way to "flatten" them back out.You will also receive game cards for the adventure system, allowing you to integrate your creatures into the other current Wizards of the Coast Dungeons and Dragons games. Since I already own the Legend of Drizzt game, this was a nice bonus for me.Overall: Dungeon Command should appeal to anyone who enjoys or more of the following:- Trading Card Games (Pokemon, Magic, WoW TCG, etc...)- Dungeons and Dragons Tabletop RPG (or Pathfinder)- Strategy Games (Analog or Digital)- Hero Cliks and other similar miniature-based gamesThis is a great game for fantasy gurus and people who like the idea of trading card games like Magic, but love having a board with pieces to move. If you happen to be a fan of D&D and the lore of the realms, then this is a must-play game for you. A+ 5Very nice!This is another pack for the Dungeon Command skirmish battle system. For the most fun and balanced battles, you should have a minimum of two of the Dungeon Command packs. Don't buy two of the same pack though, because half of the fun is making the most of your army with all of their different skills and special attacks. The game is easy to setup. This game is more about proper usage of cards than it is about lucky dice rolls. That is a good thing. The cards are beautiful and the prepainted miniatures are fantastic. Fans of Wrath of Ashardalon, Legend of Drizzt, and Castle Ravenloft will recognize a few of the miniatures, as some of the molds have been "recycled" for this game. My family has Lolth, Undeath, and Gruumsh, but usually only do one-on-one battles. You can play up to four players, but you would need four, preferably different, Dungeon Command Packs. As a bonus, the packs contain cards for each miniature, so that they can be used as monsters in Wrath of Ashardalon, Legend of Drizzt, or Castle Ravenloft. I really appreciated that extra option for using the miniatures. 5Nice game setI bought this set to beef up my Legend of Drizzt monsters. Comes with painted miniatures. But you will need to sets of dungeon command to play a good game, even though it is stated you can still play a 2 player game with just 1 set, it is still lacking.But box is the soft type, even though its light, but its not lasting. Gets damaged easily. Nonetheless, still a good set to have. 4Good game.It is a decent game. My 9 year old son and I played it, and it was fun. Only thing is you really need two different game boxes. Wizard should consider creating a start up pack with two different faction for two players. 4After Cormyr, this should be your next purchase!If you've not yet checked out the original launch product, Dungeon Command: Heart of Cormyr, I suggest you consider that product first for a more complete review.Dungeon Command: Heart of Cormyr: A Dungeons & Dragons Expansion Pack (D&D Miniatures Product)As with that game, Dungeon Command: Sting of Lolth can be played stand-alone or with Cormyr for a much broader set of play options.Minis: Sculpts are great and its very nice to have the large Umberhulk figure. I'm pleased that Wizards included this iconic figure in the set. Compared to Cormyr, I found the choice of humanoid sculpts to be a bit less varied and interesting, the paints to be less dramatic and perhaps a notch down in quality. Even then, they are better than most of the random packs that I've purchased.Gameplay: The Order and Creature cards provide a unique and varied play experience compared to the Cormyr game. Cormyr includes creature abilities that tend to allow you to shield or heal other creatures. By contrast, Lloth relies more on Order cards to interrupt attacks. In Magic the Gathering terms, this plays a bit more like a Blue Interrupt deck compared to Cormyr's White Blocking and Healing deck. They balance each other well, straight out of the box. In my first game with my daughter, she won with 1 morale left after the tide turned three times during the game (bring in the reinforcements!).A correction to the product description - there are two Commander cards in the game box.Once again, the minis and tiles are compatible with the Adventure Series board games.I've purchased both Cormyr and Lloth and am so happy with them that I've now pre-ordered the next two batches. So far, I'm very satisfied with these games and am looking forward to more and more. Here's hoping that Hasbro/Wizards will maintain pricing along the lines of the original introductory offers (<$30) - this approachable price point was a big player in my decision to give it a try and is certainly a big player in how many of the expansions I'll ultimately buy. 5OK game... better when used as a DnD or Descent expansion packHonestly, the game itself is not for me (it's a tactical game, and I prefer dungeon crawlers) but it is fun to play and it allows me to expand my DnD board games and my Descent: Journeys into the dark bard games.Bonus... the minis are pre-painted, so one less step to be able to use them and the map tiles fit with descent and DnD.OK game... better when used as a DnD or Descent expansion pack 4Great GameThis is an easily learned game that has hidden depths and a whole range of tactics. It's beautifully constructed and obviously a product of a lot of caring thought. There is a little something in here for most people and it may even attract a few people into the board gaming world who have previously only dabbled in things like Magic.Excellent effort and I personally can't wait to play more oftenPity about the box though!! 4Four StarsGreat pieces. 4Super Cool!Great fun! 5Really goodI bought these because I play D&D and it's a great price for the minis. I'm very pleased with the quality of the minis. I haven't even played the Dungeon Command game yet, and I'm already satisfied with the quality of the minis for playing D&D. I'll write an update once I have a chance to play the Dungeon Command game to give a review of it too. 5
Dungeons and Dragons Command Sting of Lolth Board Game

Dungeons and Dragons Command Sting of Lolth Board Game

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 342.00
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SG$ 342.00
Regular price
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Save 39% (SG$ 222.00)