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    Dungeons and Dragons - Tyrants of the Underdark Expanded Edition

    Dungeons and Dragons - Tyrants of the Underdark Expanded Edition

    Peter Lee
    Gale Force Nine, LLC
    Rob Alexander, Alex Aparin, Daren Bader, John-Paul Balmet, Eric Belisle, Sam Burley, Milivoj Ceran, Conceptopolis, Julie Dillon, Olga Drebas, Jesper Ejsing, Steve Ellis (I), Wayne England, Jason Engle, Emily Fiegenschuh, Lars Grant-West, Brian Hagan, Todd Harris, Ilich Henriquez, Rick Hershey, Ralph Horsley, Tyler Jacobson, Tomasz Jedruszek, Jason Juta, McLean Kendree, Vance Kovacs, Guido Kuip, Howard Lyon, Damien Mammoliti, Sławomir Maniak, Jacob Masbruch, Marcel Mercado, Marco Nelor, Jim Nelson, William O'Connor, Héctor Ortiz, Ryan Pancoast, Adam Paquette, Klaus Pillon, Claudio Pozas, Aaron J. Riley, Marc Sasso, Craig J. Spearing, Raymond Swanland, Arnie Swekel, Bryan Syme, Matias Tapia, Stephen Tappin, Carlos Nunez de Castro Torres, Francis Tsai, Tyler Walpole, Richard Whitters, Eva Widermann, Ben Wootten, Kieran Yanner, James Zhang
    Deck Building, Area Majority/ Influence
    Fantasy, Fighting

    Tyrants of the Underdark is a territory control game with a deck-building element.

    Each player leads a house of Drow in a section of the Underdark below the Sword Coast. The Drow house is represented by a deck of cards, with each card being a minion in that player's deck. Each minion belongs to one of five aspects of Drow society, and those aspects correspond to different strategies in the game, e.g., malice minions excel at assassinating opponents' troops, while ambition minions are best at recruiting additional minions and promoting minions to your "inner circle", which is a special zone that increases their value at the end of the game.

    When you set up the game, you create an 80-card deck by shuffling two 40-card half-decks together, with the half-decks being Drow, Dragons, Demons, and Elementals.

    A central marketplace has new minions that can be recruited through influence, one of two resources in the game; purchased cards are placed in your discard pile, then shuffled together with other cards in your deck when needed. The other resource is power, which allows you to place troops on the game board, expand your forces across the map of the Underdark, manipulate happenings in the city, and assassinate enemy troops.

    Players gain points by controlling sites, recruiting valuable minions, promoting minions to your inner circle, and assassinating troops, and whoever ends the game with the most points wins.

    This edition includes the Aberrations & Undead expansion.