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Subject: Bonfire tile reverse side rss

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Todd Collis
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Does anyone know what the deal is with the reverse side of the bonfire tile? It looks like there's a photo of the ornstein miniature? Can't see anything in the rules about using it?
 
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Michael Pflug
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There's an indoor and an outdoor side to fit the rest of the base game tiles.
The indoor side has a dragonslayer statue on it.
 
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The tiles are purely cosmetic. Except for the nodes and the entry points forget everything. It would be the same if they were blank.
Heck you don't even need to lay the bonfire tile. Just put your figures and the loot deck on the table, it will work the same
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Ken Brown
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The sides you use have no impact on the game, but one side appears to be based on Dark Souls (the more pristine side, looks like the castle in Londor) and the other sides are Dark Souls III (looks like part of Lothric castle). This makes sense, given the two Main Bosses are from DS and DS3, and that's where you fight them.
 
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