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James Burns
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Is there a big difference between Corridor and room cards other thancoridor cards tell you to draw a new card?

How many room cards can you have in one game?


Rogue item: disable traps, how many times can this be used per round?

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Scott Ostrander
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Hi James,

Corridor cards and Room cards are very different.

Corridors cards represent traveling through the dungeon and traps you may encounter. Monsters are encountered in rooms. (Unless you draw a wandering monster corridor).

At the beginning of the game and for every level of monsters cleared you would then draw Exploration Cards. If a corridor card is draw, follow the instructions and then draw another Exploration Card. If a Room card is drawn, the next level of Monsters are placed on the board and must be killed before moving on.

You will face a minimum of 4 room cards per game. (More if the Rogue plays a "Disable Traps" card on a room).

The Disable Trap card can only be used once before it is discarded. The Rogue can use this card on either a corridor OR a room card to discard it and draw another card from the Exploration Deck.

Hope that clears things up for you.

Scott
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