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victor trujillo
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1. If a got 4 Scrolls in my Party formation before enter the Dungeon Can I re-roll any die(s)??

If so, in the new die(s) result another Scrolls shows can I re-roll again and again?


2. Can do this performed into the Dungeon? Eg. Im on level 3 and decide to use a scroll and re-roll two of my party die if results are scrolls can I use one or two of them for a new re-roll.


Hope this is clear


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In order to use a scroll, you place the die with the scroll in the graveyard. Then you can re-roll any of your other hero dice or monster dice except for the ones showing dragon faces.

If you roll more scrolls, than you can choose to use another one in the same way, by placing one of them in the graveyard, and re-rolling the other dice.

So you can choose to keep re-rolling, but everytime you do, a scroll die must be placed in the graveyard, and eventually, you'll run out of dice.
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Andrew Cargill
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DoomTurtle wrote:
In order to use a scroll, you place the die with the scroll in the graveyard. Then you can re-roll any of your other hero dice or monster dice except for the ones showing dragon faces.

All these years I've been doing it wrong!!! shakeshake No wonder I do so well each time I play...
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Seth Jaffee
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DoomTurtle wrote:
In order to use a scroll, you place the die with the scroll in the graveyard. Then you can re-roll any of your other hero dice or monster dice except for the ones showing dragon faces.

If you roll more scrolls, than you can choose to use another one in the same way, by placing one of them in the graveyard, and re-rolling the other dice.

So you can choose to keep re-rolling, but everytime you do, a scroll die must be placed in the graveyard, and eventually, you'll run out of dice.

This is all exactly correct.

I will add that I recommend NOT doing that right away... instead wai until you're in a dungeon with some monsters, and then you can also re-roll the monsters along with the companions, and maybe they'll become chests or potions (or dragons) instead and you won't have to fight them anymore!

The more monsters there are, the more powerful scrolls are (because the more likely some monsters will turn into scrolls potions or chests).

For the record, this is why you don't just re-roll the scroll rather than discard it... because that would actually be very powerful... but for players who do not like the scrolls as written, re-rolling the scroll instead of discarding could be a fine variant (note that you could get better scores if you play this way).

Another variant that won't change the game as much is to say that if you choose to only re-roll party dice, then. You re-roll the scroll instead of discarding it, but if you re-roll any dungeon dice then you still discard the scroll.
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I like the idea of rerolling the scroll ONLY with party dice - that's a nice happy medium on variants suggested. Will do this for a few games from here on in.
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