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I just got my order in of the World of Warcraft Board Game yesterday.
After reading the rules, I broke everything out to get a test feel of how the game works. The first thing I noticed - it's risky going one on one with even gnolls, murlocs or ghouls if you're a level 1 caster class (priest, mage, warlock, druid?).
While the game seems overly complex, as the rulebook is 40 pages, and there are so many parts to the game, I find it actually quite intuitive. The cards for items or skills, despite being small, are easy to read and determine the effects they have on your character, enemy monsters and the game world. Remembering all the little details though might cause some confusion (I totally forgat that there were exp bonuses and penalties for quests at differing levels than your character).
However, it does seem like during a real game, it could get tiresome if you're the passive faction and the active faction is taking its sweet time determining actions or formulating dice pools during combat.
Anyways, I'm going to have some people over this Saturday for some WHFB. Maybe we'll try the game out.
Anyone else with this game care to share an opinion?
Wow 40 pages of rules
and I thought the D&D board game was hard , anyways sounds like a fun game , tell me how it goes ^_^ , have fun ^_^
Might buy it myself ^_^
Iv herd its very fun to play. as mine is still in the box, now coming upto 6months lol none of my mates want to play it :cry: