Product #CAT16000

Regular Price: $59.99

Special Price: $42.59

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Manufacturer: Catalyst Game Labs

Dragonfire Playthrough

Seize the Adventure!

The jingle of muffled chainmail. The twisted mutterings of a dark incantation. The stench of corruption wafting down long-forgotten passageways.

Then the terrifying, abrupt maelstrom of light and sound as skeletons, kobolds, elementals, and worse boil up from hidden caverns to attack...and you respond with steel, magic, and blood!

Dragonfire is a 2 to 6 player deckbuilding game set within the world's greatest roleplaying game, Dungeons & Dragons.. Players choose from a number of races, from dwarf to elf, half-orc to human, while assuming the quintessential roles of cleric, rogue, fighter, and wizard.

Equipped with weapons, spells, and magic items, players begin their adventure along the famed Sword Coast, then expand to other locales across the Forgotten Realms, such as Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter, and Waterdeep, in future expansions. Along the way, players level up their characters, opening access to additional equipment, feats, and more. Join the quest, and build your own legend!

86 Encounter Cards
60 Market Cards
48 Basic Market Cards
24 Dragonfire Cards
54 Magic Item Cards
16 Charadter Screens
160+ Stickers
8 Adventure Cards
Quick-start Rules
Rules Booklet
Plastic Clips

Ages: 13+
Players: 2-6
Game Length: 60-90 minutes



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Nice card game that sets up fairly quickly. Confusing rule book with a bit of a learning curve unless you are familiar with this type of system.
The artwork is absolutely amazing and I enjoy having the Dragonfire cards add an extra element to the gameplay. A word of warning as I have found that the plastic daggers used for marking character health and encounter level will damage the sheets/cards over time (recommend using alternative means of tracking these as not to damage game pieces). My instruction booklet was torn as the pages were not completely separated as I was flipping thru it but that is a quality control issue. In my opinion the D&D experience kind of misses the mark and it feels like other card management games. The rule book seems a bit confusing and not well laid out for ease of use. I did enjoy the gameplay and look forward to seeing how the expansions will drive the game.
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Review by Matthew on 1/3/2018
Great game.
Great re implementation of shadowrun crossfire. Can’t get enough of this game.
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Review by Bruce on 12/6/2017