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I was wondering. Can the mechanic employed in the Scenario "Impossible' for solo play be applied to any other scenario? That is in order to translate any group scenario into solo play can you just have a series of heroes come into the dungeon one after another? Anyone tried this?
 
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I haven't tried. I usually just run three heroes solo.
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virferrorum wrote:
I haven't tried. I usually just run three heroes solo.


I usually just run two heroes what few times I've played solo. Cool to see another Zelda fan!!!!!
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drjmcmillan wrote:
I was wondering. Can the mechanic employed in the Scenario "Impossible' for solo play be applied to any other scenario? That is in order to translate any group scenario into solo play can you just have a series of heroes come into the dungeon one after another? Anyone tried this?


If I'm playing solo I only use one hero with 2 surges. You could play it like in Adventure Impossible but the game would be a heck of a lot easier because most other scenarios only have one villain whilst you'd be using up to five heroes with all their dailies and utilities refreshed. wow
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ninjadorg wrote:
because most other scenarios only have one villain whilst you'd be using up to five heroes with all their dailies and utilities refreshed. wow


There you go. Sensible advice. Of course it would. Thanks for all replies
 
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If I'm playing solo I only use one hero with 2 surges.

Ι am surprised! I think that you usually loose when playing one hero! I usually play solo with 2 or 3 heroes and 2 healing surges.
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lorien4 wrote:


If I'm playing solo I only use one hero with 2 surges.

Ι am surprised! I think that you usually loose when playing one hero!


You do. But it's way more satisfying when you win! And if using the campaign rules you can start on the easier adventures and gradually become more powerful, building up to the tougher scenarios.
 
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When i play solo, i like to use one hero plus one Ally From LoD with me.
 
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ninjadorg wrote:
lorien4 wrote:


If I'm playing solo I only use one hero with 2 surges.

Ι am surprised! I think that you usually loose when playing one hero!


You do. But it's way more satisfying when you win! And if using the campaign rules you can start on the easier adventures and gradually become more powerful, building up to the tougher scenarios.


What are the campaign rules?
 
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drjmcmillan wrote:
What are the campaign rules?


http://ratdorg.blogspot.com/2011/09/ninjadorgs-pdfs-for-dung...
 
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