You have a party of four adventurers, each with unique abilities - a Fighter, a Rogue, a Wizard and a Cleric. They will face 6 groups of monsters in order. You fight battles one round at a time, rolling for your adventurers first. For your adventurer's attack, roll 6 dice up to 3 times, setting aside any you want to keep. After the rolls, determine which attacks you will make, based on your surviving characters abilities. For the monsters attack, roll a six sided die for every point of health they have left. The goal of the game is to destroy all of the monsters, and to finally slay the Dragon, with at least one surviving adventurer.
More than half the times I play I win, but this is definitely a more difficult adventure. Once I got taken out in the first encounter, and many times by the Yeti and the Giant.
Re. Encounter #1 - normally you would choose to use your roll to advance but you can also use it to heal.
While I am having lots of fun with this and posting the files, some of my explanations might still be too ambiguous or confusing. I want to keep it simple but with good theme, so I am happy for your feedback.
This is a dungeon crawler computer game, it was heavily inspired by Delve: The Dice Game.
Take a role of your favorite adventurers (like Fighter, Rogue, Wizard, Cleric, Paladin, Ranger, Druid and a newcomer Elementalist). Explore many dangerous dungeons (15 to be exact).
Lots of enemies to battle (more than 60 unique monsters and overall about 200 encounters), artifact to find, traps to avoid and spells to cast.
Did I told you this game includes many achievements and endless survival mode with online leaderboard?
(Also a tutorial is included for new players).
Dados en formato Excel para jugar a "DELVE THE DICE GAME". Podrá hacer las tiradas de 6 dados para sus héroes y mantener los que desee. También podrá hacer tiradas simultaneas de hasta 10 dados para las criaturas.
Delve with a team of Slave-maker ants with their eyes set on the conquest of a black ant nest. There are many hazards standing in their way, however.
The scenario is based upon the behaviour of Red Wood ants (Formica sanguinea) that frequently attack and enslave black ant colonies (typically Formica fusca). Lots of really interesting facts can be found by searching the Red ant's latin name on the net.