‘Thunderstone Quest’ Reviewed on The Daily Dope for April 24th, 2018

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Kick back as today I devote the entire show to how to play Thunderstone Quest, from Alderac Entertainment Group, as well as my review.

Note: It seems like YouTube is doing their patented “the steam’s over an hour so it’ll take a few days to completely render” as the current video is missing about 14 minutes mid-show. Usually this takes 48 hours to sync correctly.

'Thunderstone Quest' Reviewed on The Daily Dope EP89 04/24/2018

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  1. I just discovered Thunderstone recently and yesterday received five games of Thunderstone Advance and its expansions (used from BGG Marketplace, of course!). Great, great deck-building game and I can’t wait to jump into it with the group. The new Quest version looks awesome as well ….. so maybe soon I’ll have to bite. : )

    • Thunderstone Advance really improved how easy it was to actually get into the game without jumping back and forth through a rulebook, scratching your head all along the way. The original Thunderstone was a bear to grapple with as far as the rules, that’s for sure. This new edition is excellent and we’ve had a blast in it. I love how you can play along through different chapters of a quest for a more narrative experience or just approach Thunderstone as a traditional deckbuilder with random heroes, equipment, spells, monsters, etc.


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