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I cant understand, the movement points at the monster cards. How they are moving? I spend the peril from the opponent and play the monster once but i dont move it through the dungeon..
 
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Monsters do not move or get movement points. They have a speed statistic in case they need to defend against (or make) an attack based on speed.
 
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Which heroes or monsters have speed as standart attack?

Other question i have:

If card reads pay 1 peril, should i take the peril from opponent or from me?



 
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zwelsky wrote:
Which heroes or monsters have speed as standart attack?


Serak the Assasin, most Traps.

zwelsky wrote:
Other question i have:

If card reads pay 1 peril, should i take the peril from opponent or from me?


You may never spend your own Peril!

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You also cannot spend peril from 2 opponents to power 1 card. The person you are playing the card on must have enough peril to cover the cost. But you can play 2 cards against 2 different people as long as each one of them has enough peril to cover the card played against them.
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thanks for helping mates!
 
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What happens, if in Multiplayer only one hero remaining?
 
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The game is always multiplayer, so I'm not sure what you mean there. Anyway, I believe the last surviving hero wins.
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there is also a soloplayer variant in the rules and i think if only one is remaining he has to follow his quests alone, if he complete he wins otherwise the dungeonmaster.
 
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The solo variant is just an unofficial version. If in a normal game you are the last hero standing you win.
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zwelsky wrote:
there is also a soloplayer variant in the rules and i think if only one is remaining he has to follow his quests alone, if he complete he wins otherwise the dungeonmaster.


That is not in the the English rules. Out of curiosity, what version are you using?
 
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google for: Dungeoneer Optional Rules v 2.1 - Atlas Games there u will find the official solitaire rules ..

and not last standing hero wins,cause the victory condition is to complete 3 quests and leave through the entrance. The last hero try alone to get the 3 quests if he dies before the dungeonlord wins..
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