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Asmodée - FFDES01 - Dés et Jeux de dés - Descent - 2eme Edition
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- Format:Livre de poche
- langue: français
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Descent : Voyages dans les Ténèbres, Seconde Édition est un jeu d’aventures épiques et d’explorations de donjons. Avec ses héros valeureux, ses monstres redoutables, ses reliques magiques et ses quêtes passionnantes, il vous plongera au cœur d’aventures inoubliables dans un monde médiéval fantastique.
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- Livraison très rapide
- Jeu en parfait état
- Le jeu, le livre des règles ainsi que les deux guides des quêtes sont en français
- Des heures et des heures d'amusements !
Points négatifs :
- Le rangement dans la boite est un peu brouillon.
- Installation du plateau assez longue.
C'est globalement un jeu très chouette mais qui est plus difficile à sortir si nous ne sommes pas avec des joueurs confirmés.
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Descent Journeys in the Dark is a dungeon crawler board game. For those unfamiliar with what that means, players have to navigate a board that is set-up differently to accomplish an objective while finding random treasure, fighting monsters, avoiding traps, and using their abilities wisely to win. One player takes on the role of the evil overlord who directs the actions of all the monsters, has a slew of tricks up their sleeves (evil overlord cards), and actively tries to make the forces of darkness win the day. The rules for the game are quite complex (especially determining the line of sight mechanic) however there is a youtube channel called Watch It Played that breaks it all down fairly easily, although it is telling that later videos point out mistakes he made while playing (it is a series of videos to watch to learn the game well). It isn't a hard game to understand, but it is rather complex and having someone with no idea of what anything means sit at the table and try to figure it out is sheer madness. The instructions do a good job explaining things, but since you are reading this on Amazon, you have access to the internet and the Watch It Played videos are probably the best way to get a group of people to learn the game quickly.
The components for the game are wonderfully well done. The cards are quite small for equipment and abilities, however, the text is big enough and the information is easily read, so it is nice that extra cards do not dominate table space. No, the meat and potatoes of the table space is dominated by a dungeon constructed out of pieced together sturdy cardboard with nice artwork on them to get you in the adventuring mood. One would think it would be complicated to put together these dungeons, but it really isn't as all the parts are clearly labeled with a number and side A or side B excluding entrances, exits, and dead-end pieces. This dungeon will be housing minis! The plastic minis for this game are the best looking plastic minis I have seen in table top gaming. period. Most plastic minis look like partially melted cheese in the vague form of heroes which is why I was doubly shocked to see these minis such fine detail. It really makes me want to paint them and keep them as works of art they are so well done and that makes you get into the game even more.
The feel of accomplishing your run as the heroes or swatting them down as the overlord is rush, but the game also drops the ball on more than a few things.
1. The Lieutenant pieces (boss monsters) are simply tokens. I am forgiving of the NPC being tokens, but to have a crazy detailed barghast mini taking orders from some dudes face on a coin sized slab just feel wrong. Fantasy Flight sells very well detailed minis of the Lieutenant pieces for about 10 bucks a pop, but that seems a little high.
2. While the game isn't hard to learn, convincing new people to learn it and join in is a pain in the neck sometimes because no other system (Save for the Star Wars Imperial Assault game) uses a similar system and a lot of players don't want to spend time learning something so complex to be limited to just one game. It might not be a problem for you, but it was for me.
3. The game says 2-5 players, but that not a good idea. You need at least two heroes as the overlord to even assign monsters to an area so you have to have a person playing two heroes and micromanaging both of them. Having four heroes against the overlord is also a problem, it doesn't make the game unwinnable as the overlord but it does offer such a huge advantage to the player's side of things it makes it darn hard to pull off a big W as the overlord. Three heroes to one overlord is about the perfect ratio.
4, The setup time and tear down time is a bit long in the tooth. You can't say, 'Hey, let's play descent' and the be on the board in swinging in less five minutes for example.
I really love this game, but it isn't for everybody.
A game to play with fellow board game or video game geeks, and not with the family on Thanksgiving. It requires a steady group to play the campaign mode, which utilizes the fun part of XP and purchasing weapons with gold. Look for the How to Play video series on YTube, it helps.
While one of my players gets wrapped up in the hack and slash action, he often forgets that combat isn't always the way to win scenarios. Definitely a great game overall
Great fun, with no disappointments. Some do not care for the fact that nobody can "die" - the worst result is losing a turn and some of your options for the remainder of the session. But the game is balanced with this in mind, and it works just fine. Definitely recommended for fantasy adventure enthusiasts new and old. You will want a medium to large table space to play.
We are all fans of D&D type games; however, we have a few younger family members (younger meaning 13 & 15) who don't have the patience for the long set up / play time D&D requires. This game still requires at least 2 hours per sitting to play, I would estimate. However, it's far easier to set up and jump into a game than many other of its genre.
It's also worth noting that both the game board pieces and hero and enemy miniatures are absolutely beautifully detailed in a way that you don't see too often in board games of its price range.
100% worth it on all aspects.
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