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  • May 29, 2013

    logan21385  from Oregon City, Or., Rating:5.0

    This was a good book, good shipment. It would have been nice if it shipped a little bit faster with the free shipping.

  • Lords of Waterdeep

    Aug 13, 2012

    mike989  from Milwaukee, WI, Rating:5.0

    I will go so far to say that Lords of Waterdeep is the most enjoyable Eurostyle game that I have played in a very very long time. Lords of Waterdeep is a Eurostyle game (worker placement specifically) for people who aren't fans of Euros in that it is a very quick to teach and play, has actual player interaction elements (the Intrigue cards), and has elements of luck in the quests drawn, the intrigue cards drawn, and the building tiles that show up throughout the game. Heavy spreadsheet non interaction, non random element fans need not apply. The core spaces of this game will always be the same as they are spaces on the board provided. Which helps make the game quite easy to teach. Each player is one of the Lords of Waterdeep and has hidden agendas (normally a focus on two of the four quest types) that can help them dramatically in end game scoring. In the beginning of the game, each player is given two starting quests that require one or more of the five resource types (represented ...

  • Aug 27, 2008

    way2bz2p Rating:1.0

    Terrible version of D&D. Stick with 3.5. 4.0 is boring, slow, and unimaginitive. Stay with what you have, or wait for 5.0, or just play WoW - its pretty much the same thing as 4.0

  • Nov 7, 2011

    meredith12345  from Memphis, Tn, Rating:5.0

    My friends and I love getting together for a fun night of drinks, Reese's, and D&D! This game is great! The only complaint I have isn't related to the game, but is related to overstock. We preordered the game, and it was shipped same day it was released (woohoo!). Unfortunately it took over two weeks for the package to get from overstock to my home. That's just ridiculous.

  • Easy to learn, fun to play

    Jun 2, 2012

    mistyjewell  from Portland, OR, Rating:5.0

    I purchased this game after playing it twice at a party. It took very little time to learn how to play, and it easily accommodates all types of players, for fun and competitive. There are many different strategies one can use, and it is fun to see how they will play out. I really like matching the color cubes, and I like that they are wooden, they are nice to handle. The only negative thing I would say, is that there isn't enough variation in the special goals of the Lords, they are all the same but for one. The board is set-up as if there will be an expansion, perhaps that will be in the coming?

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