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Play Dungeon Command

Not exactly roleplaying, but it's D&D related. Dungeon Command is a head-to-head miniatures skirmish game for 2-4 players. You are playing as the commander of your warband, intent on routing your opponent’s warband from the battlefield. A game of Dungeon Command normally takes about 60 minutes to play.

Each Faction pack contains a customizable single player warband with 12 pre-painted plastic miniatures, 12 Creature cards, and 36 Order cards to command those creatures with. Only have 1 Faction pack? That’s fine! There are rules included so you can break one faction pack up for a quick 2-player game.

I have 3 Dungeon Command packs, so I can support up to 3 players. I'm inviting a couple of more people who have packs, so, if they come, we'll have more room.

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