Lords Of Waterdeep

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Product Description

Recruit adventurers to complete quests on your behalf and claim victory in the fantasy-themed worker placement game Lords Of Waterdeep!

Welcome to the city of Waterdeep, a metropolis that is in great need of adventurers!

Players take on the role of Lords Of Waterdeep, recruiting fighters, clerics, rogues and wizards to send on quests.

Using a worker placement mechanic, players can generate income, construct buildings, and assign their agents to hire adventurers, with options on the board constantly shifting.

It isn’t often that players get to be nobles in Dungeons And Dragons, so if you’re looking for an exciting worker placement and resource management game in a fantasy setting, nothing beats Lords Of Waterdeep!

Designer:  Peter Lee, Rodney Thompson
Publisher:  Wizards of the Coast
Player numbers:  2-5 players
Recommended Age:  12+
Game Time:  60-120 mins

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Product Contents:

  • Game board
  • Rulebook
  • 5 card stock player mats
  • 121 Intrigue, Quest, and Role cards
  • 130 wooden cubes, pawns, and score pieces
  • Wooden player markers
  • Card stock tiles and tokens representing buildings, gold coins, and victory points

Card sleeve information if you wish to sleeve the cards in this product:

121 cards. Fantasy Flight sleeve size: Standard Card Game – Gray (FFS05, 50/pack) – (2-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ – 63.5 x 88mm)

1 review for Lords Of Waterdeep

  1. Philip

    Easy to learn worker placement game with considerable theme if you’re willing to heed it. I bought this after Agricola and find it far less stressful to play.

    Quick overview:
    You place your agents in turn order on the action spaces available so as to acquire adventurers and money. Once you meet the requirements of a quest you can complete it for points and other rewards.

    It would help considerably to invest in some meeples to replace the wooden blocks that represent the recruits as non or casual gamers will struggle to recognise what they are meant to be. Once you are familiar with the base game buy the Scoundrels of Skullport expansion asap as this expands the game in a positive way. The increase in action spaces and the introduction of corruption mix it up enough that no one is guaranteed a win so everyone remains engaged.

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