FREE BONUS - Treasures Explained (& Artwork) - Respect The Streak
Free Bonus Treasures
So, we were operating under the assumption that we would only be able to have 10 tokens per punchboard and printing 5 punchboards for a total of 50 tokens. We have now corrected that, we have 12 tokens per board and 5 boards.
So, we will be able to get you 4 additional experience tokens to help keep track of those high scores which Kickstarter backers are so deserving of.
Additionally, you will be getting 6 additional treasures, which are Dragon Scales. These treasures have no particular use during the game, but every set of 2 is worth an additional point at the end of the game.
I know many have read the rulebook and seen the videos, but I thought it would be prudent to take a little bit of time to explain treasures in a simple way and then show off the artwork for them.
You will draw a treasure token every time you:
- Defeat a dragon.
- Open a treasure chest.
Unused treasures at the end of the game are worth 1 point each, except for the town portal which is worth 2 points. And the Dragon Scales could be worth an additional point.
Treasures can be used on your turn to help you get deeper in the dungeon, but use them wisely as they are worth points at the end of the game. This is what they do:
- Dragon Bait - Changes all monster on the current dungeon level into dragon faces.
- Town Portal - Lets you escape the dungeon immediately allowing you to score points for the level that you are on. It is nice backup to have when pressing your luck and is best used if you are about to die.
- Invisibility Ring - Skip fighting the dragon, but you get no bonuses associated with normally killing the dragon.
- Dragon Scales - No use, but are worth +1 EXP at the end of the game for every 2 that you have.
- Potion - Use as a potion.
- Scroll - Use as a scroll.
- Sword - Use as a fighter party die.
- Thief Tools - Use as a thief party die.
- Magic Staff - Use as a mage party die.
- Talisman - Use as a cleric party die.
Now, here is the artwork:
Bear in mind that these look dull to me, it is probably because I put these samples together from files that might have been made in CYMK instead of RGB. CYMK is the color formatting for the printing of physical things while monitor displays are in RGB. The coloring is much more dynamic and nice.
Unfortunately, I am not an artist, but I wanted to get some more art for you guys to see, and I got impatient!
Cross displaying them messes things up, and I am sure you artist out there are very familiar with this issue. Me, I only know because I often get art sent to me in CYMK which then looks funky, and the artist forgot to convert it to RGB.
Respect The Streak
Everyday that this project has been live thus far we have hit a funding goal or stretch goal. Let's respect the streak and get through that $100,000 marker today and get you 2 more Dungeon Dice (Kickstarter Exclusive).
Considering that we are pretty far away right now, this will probably require active search for new backers by existing backers. While, social sharing is easy and has a decent impact, there is nothing like a personal email looking out for a friend and making sure they know about Dungeon Roll.