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Rating: 6 Fair
Difficulty:Very easy
Players: 2-4 players
Playing time: 30-25 minutes

Created by: Matthew Dunstan, Brett J. Gilbert, Franz Vohwinkel

Published by: KOSMOS


The old kingdom is in grave danger. Dispatched by the Master of Shadows, enemy armies are attacking from every direction. Now only you can save the ancient kingdom by banding together and destroying those armies.

During the game, each turn consists of several dice rolls. A player starts by rolling all of his or her dice. The player then selects a number from the rolled dice and places one or more dice with matching numbers in any of the four territories of the game board.

If, after this, the player still has dice remaining, he or she must re-roll the remaining dice and once again choose a number to be placed on the game board. This continues until the player has no more dice remaining.

Through the placement of dice the players complete tasks in order to obtain power stones that can then be used to defeat the evil armies. At the end of each player's turn, the top enemy card is revealed and placed in its matching territory.

This is where the enemy's attack takes place. As a result of this enemy attack, you will either lose dice or sustain damage in that territory. In addition to using dice to complete tasks, players can also use them to attack enemies or to retrieve lost dice.

In this cooperative game, all of the players win when they have received as many power stones as their chosen adventure board specifies. All of the players lose when the Master of Shadows and his armies conquer one of the four territories of the kingdom or when no player has any more dice available to defend the kingdom. Will your team of adventurers defeat the Master of Shadows?

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Game Materials

  • 4 Game board pieces (double-sided)
  • 54 Cards
  • 1 Vortex of Resurrection
  • 20 Hero dice
  • 4 Bonus dice
  • 8 Power stones
  • 6 Barrier tiles
  • 4 Skulls
  • 1 Territory die
  • 4 End-of-game markers
  • 10 Hero boards
  • 1 Boundary tile
  • 4 Adventure boards
  • 5 Chain tiles
  • 1 Storage chest
  • 4 Game board connectors
  • 1 Card holder board


All parts must be carefully removed from their frames before the first game.

Put the four game board pieces (territories) together in the middle of the table to form the game board and place the matching-color connector pieces between the boards to prevent them from shifting, making sure all territories are on their A-sides (letters in lower right) for your first game. …

After your first game, you can add the special enemy cards to the game.

In order to do this, add the six cards of one type of special enemy into the enemy deck before creating the three equal-size stacks and adding the Master of Shadows into the middle one.

When first adding the special enemy cards it is recommended to start with the six dragons, then next game add the six phantoms, and finally the six giants.

If you are playing with a special enemy, then select "The Sword of Saints" (six power stones) or "The Crown of Kings" (seven power stones) for the adventure board at the beginning of the game. …

When you have played the game a few times and survived a few adventures, you can then choose to play some or all of the B-side territories in the game.

The Desert

When you play with the B-side of the desert, you must try to defeat the giant desert worm.

To set up this territory, you must place the five chain tiles on the corresponding illustrations at the top of the dice spaces.

The active player may place one or more dice with a value of one on any free dice space. …

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