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World of Warcraft: The Board Game
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Fantasy Flight Games

World of Warcraft: the Board Game is a fantasy adventure board game for 2-6 players, based on the popular Massively Multiplayer Online Game from Blizzard Entertainment. Adventure across Lordaeron, vanquish monsters, gain experience and power, and earn honor for your faction – whether Horde or Alliance.

Play as one of 16 heroes from nine classes and eight races, advance your character and gather treasure, battle thirteen different types of monsters, and ultimately challenge one of three invincible Overlords.

The fate of Azeroth is in your hands!

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I've known worst grinds
Haven't played the online game, but I have played this a few times with my friends and I have to say it's a fun game, although quite repetitive and a bit longer than it should. The ending seems a bit off and the movement a bit restrective.

My friends who did play the online version loved it, but got tired of playing it with 6 people always.

Certainly, not a game for newbies and it's best played with 4 players. I do hope mounts were available and a better way to finish the game would be invented.

I would certainly like to play this again, however, it's one of those games in which you need everyone knowing what they are doing in order to minimize downtime which can be a bit too much when playing it for the first time.
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An ambitious mess
I really dig the production of this game. You'll not find a pile of more beautiful plastic miniatures everywhere.

Too bad they forgot the "adventure" in this adventure game.

Quests are all--to a one--"Place monster(s) in location. Go to this location and kill them." You kill those monsters, and increase your stats/find loot. You repeat until someone is ready to kill the endboss.

And please, PLEASE make sure that someone can kill the endboss. If you fail at this task, players will spend a loooooooong time trying to hash it out PvP style. We were well over an hour into just the PvP part when fatigue set in. This was at about the six-hour mark.

I really want to like this game. I'm a sucker for piles of miniatures. But I really don't care to ever play this game again. Skeletor is a bigger champion of this game than me, so he's found something we didn't. Just do your homework before plopping down the $80.

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