Dungeon Plungin’ is a gmless, fantasy, dungeon crawl game for players. Get all the news about it here! Board Statistics. Threads and Posts. Total Threads. So after I reviewed Warhammer Quest and a reader asked me to review Dungeon Plungin’, my first gut reaction was a big fat, ‘oh, hell no. Game Masterless Dungeon Crawling. Version You entered the dark dungeon , battled countless Dungeon Plungin’ draws on those cherished memories.
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Plus I’m a grownup, and don’t have eight hours a day to spend with a can of spray mount and a sheet of foamcore.
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I have a job, and a family, and a fairly busy company on the side, plungln I write this site, and I dungeo up freelance work pungin and then, and on eungeon, I even like to sleep a little. There’s no way Dungeon Plungin’ is the only free game that’s this much fun. You might have some free time, and you might also not be quite as anal retentive about game pieces as I am. So with characters, miniatures, tiles and rules all ready to go, I finally got to play the sample dungeon.
This is a lot of work. I had a good time building my set, and even more fun playing it, and I’m thoroughly grateful to the reader who asked me to check it out. And the miniatures have to be glued together and cut out.
It might not take you three weeks to put together this set. If you can download it, print it and play it, I don’t bother to review it.
Newer Post Older Post Home. Most monsters only have one life, so they’re going to drop pretty quick, especially if you can roll a lot of dice like my pit fighter. And then the troll killed three of my guys before I managed to bury him and his minions, plhngin I finished the quest by the skin of my teeth.
Then my fire mage needs to chuck a few fireballs, and if there’s anyone left standing hopefully all alone in a corner somewheremy shadow thief can run in and poke their eyes out. You roll to see what’s beyond the door. It’s fairly straight-forward – you open a door, find out what’s beyond the door, find out if there are monsters, and if there are, you kill them and pkungin their stuff.
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The rules aren’t even laid out that well – it just looks like they were built in Microsoft Word. I’m incredibly glad I did. I’m going to go for it, now.
I recently started sorting my games to choose my top 50 and sell or trade off the rest, and this one is definitely a keeper.
Like if we compare Dungeon Plungin’ to Warhammer Quest, and we’re talking about how you figure out where stuff is at, Warhammer Quest would be a lear jet, and Dungeon Plungin’ is a boxy ppungin Land Rover.
Who has time for that?
Print n’ play games are a freaking beating. Yeah, you get it for free – but then you have to print it, glue it together, mount it, and otherwise spend countless hours on it just so you can get out of paying for a game. You roll to see how many monsters there are. Or game whore – that’s probably more appropriate. BTW, Alger up there seems like a real stand-up guy. All that rolling means that your opponents might all be scattered across the room, or they might be clustered right by the door.
And by ‘a lot of work’, I mean it took me three weeks to get enough assembled to play the first scenario, and I still haven’t assembled half of the skeletons, or any of the squirrels yes, there really are squirrels. Neat, fun art Solid rules that let players apply some basic tactics and effective teamwork Easy and flexible character creation Effective combat rules Free!
I plujgin to see if this game was going to be worth the time and toner investment. This turned out to be pretty easy, actually, and the character creation rules are not only ridiculously simple, but they’re really flexible.
But there aren’t any kobolds, or rat men, or owl-headed bears or minotaurs, and frankly, I wanted more. When I finish the four quests that I downloaded, I’m going to make my own, and I’m going to use figures I make to go with them.
Now, a word of warning to those who don’t like dice – just about everything in Dungeon Plungin’ is predicated on a die roll. I could have used a few more hero figures. If a game was really worth anything, it would be for sale. This is because I played it solo. I may have to reconsider my stance on free games, to be honest. You roll to see if the door is locked, then you roll to see if it’s trapped.