|Cadwallon: City of Thieves | Published 29 April 2011||Rating||16 votes|
Having discovered the unholy Ritual Chamber, you now have a way to enter the dark and dangerous dungeons beneath the city. Expand your exploration of the dungeons of Cadwallon with two new rooms: The Gambling Den and the Scriptorium!
A Gamble in the Dark (5.6 MB) is bonus content for Cadwallon: City of Thieves that adds two exciting new rooms to the subterranean network beneath the streets of Cadwallon. Featuring new map pieces, along with the variant rules to use them, A Gamble in the Dark brings even more variety to nightly illicit activities.
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Given the high risks of their chosen occupation, thieves are gamblers by nature. But for those looking for a chance of “extra income,” a curmudgeonly dwarf runs an underground parlor where you can turn a few ducats into a small fortune... or leave penniless.
Looking for a sure thing? The nearby scriptorium stores the knowledge of the ages, and a more literary-minded thief can spend his evenings pouring over these ancient tomes in search of arcane secrets.
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Cadwallon: City of Thieves is a fast-paced board game of cunning thievery and ruthless skullduggery in a fantasy city steeped in magic and intrigue. Two to four players each control their own gang of four thieves, competing to amass the greatest haul of loot from the many carefully locked chests scattered about the city.
I love the Cadwallon universe. Any plans for a full retail expansion? or even a Print on demand?
Sweet! Keep em coming. This looks like fun.
Awesome! More content from monsieur Laurent.
I agree with Raviv. I am having dificulty finding what deck the den is talking about if we are indeed supposed to shuffle a deck.
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I see there's a new version of the file up, and it's still wrong! In the case of the Gambling Den, there's no deck to shuffle!
This is great! Cadwallon seems to be a fantastic game for little variant twists and home rules. Keep it up FFG!