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As the title might suggest, Descent doesn't have you fighting foes in starships or sylvan glades. You're going down into the bowels of the Earth and you're not coming back until you or your formidable enemies go down.
Publisher Goodman Games Writing Credits Cartography by Clayton Bunce, Chuck Whelon & Brad McDevitt Editing Art Credits Graphic design by Joseph Goodman Game Contents 32 pages, b&w Guidelines Book of Geomorphic Maps MSRP $10.99 Reviewer Andy Vetromile Games and geomorphic maps: They just seem to go together. Board games – everything from WizWar to RoboRally – [...]
If you’re like me – and if you’re reading this there’s like a 75% chance you ARE me – then when you heard about a D&D movie coming out you probably wondered which property of TSR would provide the setting. Would it be a movie set in the World of Greyhawk, Blackmoor, or the Forgotten Realms? Would it have the characters from the Dragonlance series? Or feature the grim dark-elf Drizzt Do’Urden? Or would they be doing a live-action version of the eponymous cartoon series?