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Advanced Game System II

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The "ADVANCED GAME SYSTEM II" is an EXPANSION and is NOT an independent game. Requires the best and most famous Dungeon Crawler Board Game ever made in which a HERO must complete a QUEST and the Base "ADVANCED GAME SYSTEM" deck (Sold Separately). 

With the "Advanced Game System", you can choose a "Class" and "Level Up" your Hero. You can also investigate the furniture on the board and purchase "Advanced Equipment" during the game.

This deck allows you to play with the following expansions (new and old editions):

- "The Return of the Witch Lord"

- "The Kellar's Keep"

- "The Frozen Horror"

 - "Prophecy Of Telor"

- "Spirit Queen's Torment"

Components (61 cards):

8 "Class" cards for Heroes of Level 4

8 "Multicolor Class" cards for the Heroes ("Bard" and "Tavern Keeper")

29 "EXP Points" cards to play all Expansions up to The Frozen Horror (Included)

1 “Advanced Equipment” card

4 “Level 5, Level 6, Level 7 and Level 8” cards for Heroes

10 "Investigate" cards

1 “Rules Reference” card

*The deck does not come with a box



Investigate Card


EXP Points Card for "The Frozen Horror" Expansion


Class: Tavern Keeper - Skill (Level 1)


Rules Card


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Philip J February 15, 2024 8:02 pm UTC
Hi Victor, I was just watching the unboxing video and wonder if I have spotted an inconsistency:

The rules card for Investigation Deck Tests says, for example: "Toughness Test: Roll the number of Red Dice indicated by the investigate card. If the current Hero's *Body Points* at the time of the test are equal to or less than the result of the roll, the test will have succeeded."

This means that a healthy hero like a Barbarian, at say 8 BP, is less likely to succeed than a Wizard at 4 BP, which doesn't seem to be what you were aiming for?

However, the individual investigation cards, like Fireplace and Throne, all have the correct rule application in their text. i.e. the *roll score* itself should be under or equal to the BP for success.

It appears to be just the rules card for Investigation Deck Tests that appears to be wrong (as far as I can tell).
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Victor Manuel R February 15, 2024 8:34 pm UTC
Hello Philip. I don´t see the inconsistency... If your Barbarian has 8 BP, you need to roll an 8 or less to succeed, If you are a Wizard, you need to roll a 4 or less to succeed. It's easier for a Hlealthy Barbarian to pass the test.
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Philip J February 29, 2024 11:01 pm UTC
Hi Victor,

The Investigation Deck Tests rules reminder card says a Toughness Test will succeed:
If the hero's BP = or less than the result of the roll.

The Fireplace and Throne cards, for example, say the Toughness Test will succeed:
If the result of the roll = or less than the hero's BP.

These are the opposite of each other as far as I can see.

I completely agree with your sample numbers in that a Barbarian will need a roll of 8 or less and, therefore, has a better chance to pass the test than the Wizard. I mean, I would be foolish to disagree with your sample numbers seeing as you designed the cards. :) However, I believe the wording for the rules reminder card specifies the opposite mechanic to the mechanic that is written on the Fireplace / Throne cards. The rules on the Fireplace / Throne cards are written correctly to match the anticipated results you describe.

I'm only banging on about this as I think you have designed something...See more
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Victor Manuel R March 01, 2024 8:18 am UTC
You are right… it’s a mistake in the text of the rules card. In this case. The rules of the tests on the investigate cards prevails over the rules card. I’ll try to fix this in the next version. Thank you very much for your feed back !!
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