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Dungeoneer: Dragons of the Forsaken Desert

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Dragons of the Forsaken Desert at a Glance

  • Dungeoneer modular dungeon exploration game for two to four players, perfect for days when a dungeon crawl appeals but an RPG doesn't.
  • Take down the evil dragon horde ravaging the desert plains, and defeat the mighty Dragon King!
  • Can be mixed with other Dungeoneer titles to create new challenges, or just shuffle the random map and play again.

About Dragons of the Forsaken Desert

In Dungeoneer, players move a sword-and-sorcery fantasy hero through an ever-changing modular labyrinth. Each game stands alone or can be mixed with other Dungeoneer titles.

The peaceful Drakan have been beset by evil dragons and lizard-men, and only your group of stalwart heroes can defeat them. Hunt down the dragons in their lairs and stand up against the Dragon King himself in this Dungeoneer game.

Gameplay Basics

In Dungeoneer, each player is dealt a character card to start the game. Dragons of the Forsaken Desert includes the following characters: Ogre Barbarian, Elf Priestess, Drakan Defiler, Human Dragon Slayer, Gnome Mystic, and Human Arcanist.

On each turn, a player may draw and discard, play Encounters or Bane cards on opponents, build the Dungeon, and move. You collect Peril and Glory tokens as you move, making yourself more of a target for attack.

Complete your Quests to level up and combine forces to defeat the powerful Dragon King. Win fame and fortune in the desert wastes in Dragons of the Forsaken Desert!

Six-sided dice and tokens not included.

Click on the "View Rulebook" link just below the cover image above to download the free rulebook.

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Joe D March 13, 2017 2:14 am UTC
Yeah, it's POD. I saw a blog post by the creator talking about it being POD.
The regular printed edition is out of print and very expensive.
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Gregory K September 08, 2013 8:01 pm UTC
I would think that this, at $18.99, is the physical game as this can be purchased directly from Atlas for 20 dollars.
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George F September 07, 2013 11:52 am UTC
Strange, I downloaded this and only got a 237 kb jpeg file of the image shown.
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This title was added to our catalog on September 06, 2013.