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Gus Landt
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So last night my group played Adventure 11. It's the village adventure where you first fight the black dragon [14 Hit Points].
I am playing the Fighter. I have the following Advancement Tokens:
3x +1 Damage
2x Recharge
1x Reroll

I went first, and my turn was:

1) MOVE adjacent to the dragon.

2) Drink my Potion of Haste (Take 2 additional actions this Hero Phase. These actions can be used to make attacks). So now I have 3 actions.

3) ATTACK with the Lunging Attack Daily Power [+6 Attack VS AC 14], hitting for 3 damage. Use my three +1 Damage Advancement Tokens [6 total damage].

4) Use my first Recharge Advancement Token to recharge Lunging Attack, then ATTACK with Lunging Attack, hitting for 3 damage (I had to burn my Reroll Token here) [9 total damage].

5) ATTACK with Sweeping Attack [+8 Attack VS AC 14], hitting for 2 damage and then giving myself Advantage [11 total damage].

6) Use my Action Surge Utility Power to take 1 additional action.

7) Use my second Recharge Advancement Token to recharge Lunging Attack, then ATTACK with Lunging Attack (with Advantage from my Sweeping Attack in step 5), hitting for 3 damage [14 total damage].

I believe everything I did was by-the-book. I just wanted some confirmation if I did everything right, or correction if I am doing something wrong. While I rolled well, I don't think it was above average, as my first attack only needed an 8 or higher to hit [65% chance], my second attack I had to use a reroll (so essentially 2 rolls to roll an 8 or better) [88% chance]. My third attack I only needed to roll a 6 or better [75% chance], and my 4th attack I had Advantage to roll an 8 or better [88% chance].
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Trent DePonte
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GusLandt wrote:
So last night my group played Adventure 11. It's the village adventure where you first fight the black dragon [14 Hit Points].
I am playing the Fighter. I have the following Advancement Tokens:
3x +1 Damage
2x Recharge
1x Reroll

I went first, and my turn was:

1) MOVE adjacent to the dragon.

2) Drink my Potion of Haste (Take 2 additional actions this Hero Phase. These actions can be used to make attacks). So now I have 3 actions.

3) ATTACK with the Lunging Attack Daily Power [+6 Attack VS AC 14], hitting for 3 damage. Use my three +1 Damage Advancement Tokens [6 total damage].

4) Use my first Recharge Advancement Token to recharge Lunging Attack, then ATTACK with Lunging Attack, hitting for 3 damage (I had to burn my Reroll Token here) [9 total damage].

5) ATTACK with Sweeping Attack [+8 Attack VS AC 14], hitting for 2 damage and then giving myself Advantage [11 total damage].

6) Use my Action Surge Utility Power to take 1 additional action.

7) Use my second Recharge Advancement Token to recharge Lunging Attack, then ATTACK with Lunging Attack (with Advantage from my Sweeping Attack in step 5), hitting for 3 damage [14 total damage].

I believe everything I did was by-the-book. I just wanted some confirmation if I did everything right, or correction if I am doing something wrong. While I rolled well, I don't think it was above average, as my first attack only needed an 8 or higher to hit [65% chance], my second attack I had to use a reroll (so essentially 2 rolls to roll an 8 or better) [88% chance]. My third attack I only needed to roll a 6 or better [75% chance], and my 4th attack I had Advantage to roll an 8 or better [88% chance].


Been awhile since I played so I don't remember, are you allowed to have more then one of each of the advancement tokens?
 
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Jonas Vanschooren
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Yes you can.
Think you did it right, looks legit to me but don't know everything you used.
 
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Sir Bartheus
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I also "killed" the dragon on the second hero's first round. The scenario is too easy. I have only used one damage token per strike, but I don't think that there is any rule to stop you from using all of them at once.
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Luke Jacobs
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Looks legit.
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Tomer Mlynarsky
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Same. The thing about this game is that it gets easier the more time passes.
The fighter in particular is absurdly easy to break.
He has the daily power that gives him another action.

So if he builds up the "recharge" tokens, he can do tons of attacks.



The bad guys in this game have high HP, but very low AC.
If you get Umber Hulks, it's pretty much game over for any villain.
 
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Victor Beaklini
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The real question is how did you get so many advancement tokens, or why did you give then all to one character.

I'm not sure if you can swap advancement tokens between characters in-between adventures, like you can do with gold and treasure cards.
 
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mXZPLK wrote:
The real question is how did you get so many advancement tokens, or why did you give then all to one character.

I'm not sure if you can swap advancement tokens between characters in-between adventures, like you can do with gold and treasure cards.


Good question, hadn't thought to ask.

Pg 14, advancement tokens are tied to a specific hero.
So if those were all purchased for the fighter, what you did is totally legit.

If you've just been buying tokens and letting any hero use them, then you made one mistake.
 
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Simon Fradette
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It seems legit, but then it means you did not save the villagers, so you forego the reward for saving 5+ of them.
 
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