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Turn Phases

Game Mode
  1. Upkeep Phase: Resolve any Upkeep Phase maintenance (generally specifed by Status Efects or Passive Abilities).

  2. Income Phase: Gain & draw card from your deck. Start Player skips their frst Income Phase.

  3. Main Phase (1): Spend to play Hero Upgrade cards or Main Phase Action cards. Sell (discard) unwanted cards for each.

  4. Offensive Roll Phase: Roll any number of your dice in up to 3 Roll Attempts and activate a single Offensive Ability that your Final Dice Result meets the Activation Requirement for. Any player may play Roll Phase Action Cards.

  5. Targeting Roll Phase: Skip this phase. Roll 1 die… Target any player. However, you receive a bonus card if you Attack the Leader.

    1–2
    Target the opponent on your left.
    3–4
    Target the opponent on your right.
    5
    Your opponents choose which of them you target.
    6
    Choose either opponent as your target.
    1–2
    Target the opponent on the left.
    3–4
    Target the opponent in the middle.
    5–6
    Target the opponent on the right.
    1–4
    Count around the table moving clockwise starting with the closest opponent on your left.
    5–6
    Choose an opponent as the target.

    Any player may play Roll Phase Action Cards.

  6. Defensive Roll Phase: If you activated an Attack during your Offensive Roll Phase, your opponent activates their Defensive Ability with a single Roll Attempt. Any player may play Roll Phase Action Cards.

  7. Main Phase (2): Identical to Main Phase (1).

  8. Discard Phase: Sell (discard) cards for each until you have or fewer cards in your hand.

Heroes

Learn more about the heroes at dicethrone.com

Tokens

Damage Table

Defendable
Avoidable
Enhanceable
Special Targeting
Normal Damage Yes Yes Yes No
Undefendable Damage No Yes Yes No
Pure Damage No Yes No No
Collateral Damage No Yes No Yes
Ultimate Damage No No Yes No

Game Setup

Game Setup

Each player should place all of their chosen hero’s components in front of them:

  1. Hero Board

  2. Hero Leaflet

  3. Tokens: Stack your Status Effect and Companion tokens on your leaflet in their associated places.

  4. Health Dial: Set your starting Health to 50 (for a 1v1 game).

  5. Combat Points Dial: Set your starting CP to .

  6. Deck: Shuffle your cards to create a deck. Draw the top cards from your deck. This is your starting hand.

  7. Dice: Roll 1 . The player who rolls the highest number is considered the Start Player and gets to go first.

  8. Additional Setup: Some heroes require unique setup steps. If applicable, these steps will be located on the back of your Hero Leaflet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Note: Each Hero also has their own FAQ.

Category
What is the “Complexity Rating” on each Hero?

The “Complexity Rating” is a number indicating how difficult a Hero is to master. The lower the rating, the more straightforward and easy to use a Hero is. This is not indicative of a Hero’s power or strength, simply their ease of use. Higher complexity Heroes require more intimate knowledge of rules and game mechanics to play well.

What does “Chosen Player” mean?

It means you pick the person and that includes yourself, a teammate, or an opponent.

What does “Chosen Opponent” mean?

It means any player that is not you or on your team.

Can I interrupt a Main Phase card or Roll Phase card by spending a status effect token or playing an Instant Action card?

Yes. Status effects are considered Instant Actions.

Can I interrupt an Instant Action card or spendable status effect by spending a status effect token or playing an Instant Action card?

No. If a status effect is spent its effects cannot be interrupted.

If an ability has variable effects/damage that are determined by one or more dice, can I use Roll Phase Cards to influence or change those dice?

Yes.

Is there a max to ?

Yes, 15.

Can I Heal above my starting Health?

Yes, up to 10 above starting Health.

Does every upgrade card have a level 3?

No.

Can I upgrade an ability directly to level 3 from level 1?

Yes. If you do so, you pay the full cost of the Level 3 upgrade. If you upgrade a Level 2 to a Level 3, you only pay the difference in costs between the upgrades.

If a card says “Remove one status effect” do you remove one token or all of one type?

Just one token. Each token is treated as its own discrete instance of the status effect it represents.

If a card says “Remove all status effects” do I remove only negative ones?

All means all, good or bad.

What is “Stack limit”?

Stack limit is the maximum number of tokens for a status effect that each player may have on them at any given time. e.g. Stack limit 1 means each player may have no more than 1 of that status effect on them.

If an opponent attempts to steal or remove a spendable status effect, can I spend it before it’s gone?

Yes. So long as the source of transference/removal is not an Instant Action card or spendable status effect itself. See specific Hero FAQ’s regarding certain status effects.

If an opponent’s ability does no damage but has other effects, do I get a defense roll?

No. In order to activate your Defensive ability, you must be Attacked for at least 1 point of defendable damage.

Can I reduce or avoid undefendable damage with cards and status effects?

Yes. Undefendable damage only excludes activation of a champion’s Defensive ability. The damage chart is a great reference.

If I’m doing an undefendable Attack and I use an Attack Modifier, is the added damage defendable or not?

Any added damage via Attack Modifiers is the same type as the base damage.

Can I play Attack Modifiers after my opponent’s defensive roll?

You can play them either before or after the defense roll is made.

Can I use an Attack Modifier on an ability that doesn’t do damage (like Barbarian’s Fortitude)?

No. In order to use Attack Modifiers the ability must be an Attack that would deal at least 1 damage.

Does collateral damage automatically hit everyone?

No. Collateral damage is undefendable damage that cannot be enhanced. It has special targeting rules. It does not count as an Attack.

In team games, if an Attack says to damage all opponents, do I do damage to each champion individually, or each Health pool?

Heroes in team games share a single Health dial between them. Damage to all opponents damages each champion individually (e.g. In a 2v2 game, 2 damage to all opponents equals 4 damage to your opponent’s shared Health dial).

Can I activate multiple abilities if I roll the right symbols?

No. You may choose only one ability to Activate.

Do I have to activate an ability during my Offensive Roll Phase?

No. Sometimes choosing not to Activate an ability is a valid strategy.

If I roll once, choose to keep one or more dice and roll the others, can I re-roll the dice I kept from my 1st roll on my 3rd roll?

Yes. Your dice are not locked in.

If I don’t use all my Roll Attempts and I decide to stop rolling to activate an ability but my opponent changes or makes me re-roll, can I then use my unspent Roll Attempts?

Yes. You always have 3 Roll Attempts. Unless an in-game effect reduces your Roll Attempts.

On my defense roll, do I activate everything I roll, or do I spend dice to activate different parts?

You do everything. Your dice are never “spent”, so one die might be used in multiple combinations on a defensive roll.

How do you determine who takes damage first when both players are damaging each other? Does damage happen before Healing?

All damage and Healing accumulate and resolved simultaneously on both players at the end of the phase unless otherwise noted.

What if we both hit hp at the same time due to defensive damage or status effects?

You both die at the same time. It’s a draw.

In a King of the Hill game can I change my opponents offensive roll with a card after he decides who he is targeting?

No. If you want to modify your opponent’s dice (like trying to stop an Ultimate from happening) you need to do so in their Offensive Roll Phase before they Activate the ability and before Targeting.

What is pure damage?

Undefendable damage that is considered an Attack that is not enhanceable but is preventable.

Can Blind , Shadows , Wither , or any other status effect or card reduce or prevent an Ultimate’s damage or other effects?

No. No status effects or cards can stop an Ultimate. In fact, you can’t even respond to the Ultimate. No Healbot, no instant cards, no blocking any damage or effects in any way whatsoever, no Back Strike or Retribution . If an Ultimate is activated, put down your cards, pick up your Health dial, and ask “how much damage?

How do I stop an Ultimate?

Alter your opponent’s dice during their Offensive Roll Phase before the ability is Activated.

Can I use Attack Modifiers to increase my own Ultimate Ability damage?

Yes. An Ultimate is Enhanceable.

In a 2v2 game can my opponent alter my Targeting Roll if I roll an Ultimate?

No. But if you activate an Ultimate you may change the Targeting Roll result with cards or effects.

Can I use “Not this Time” to prevent damage from an Ultimate?

No.

Can I play Six-it or Samesies on my opponents dice?

No. Both cards state you may change the value of one of your dice.

What happens if I run out of cards in my deck?

The rulebook states that if you need to draw a card but your deck is empty, shuffle your discard pile to create a new deck first.

Do I remove all tokens of all types when “What Status Effects” is played?

Yes.

Can I use “One More Time” to force my opponent to take an additional Roll Attempt during their Offensive Roll Phase?

No. The card states “A chosen player may perform an additional Roll Attempt…” They are not forced to.

Can I use “Better D” to force my opponent to take an additional Roll Attempt during their Defensive Roll Phase?

No. The card states “ A chosen player may perform an additional Roll Attempt…” They are not forced to.

Can I use “Try, try again” to force my opponent to take an to re-roll up to two dice?

No. you cannot play it on an opponent. The card states “you or a chosen teammate…”

Can I play “Double up” or “Triple up” during my opponents turn and have more than my 6 card limit?

Yes. You must have 6 or fewer cards in your hand at the conclusion of your Discard Phase.

When I sell a card how much do I gain?

The rulebook states that you gain per card sold. Not the value of the card.

What is Dice Throne Adventures?

Dice Throne Adventures is a genre-bending cooperative expansion for Dice Throne. You can take 1 to 4 Heroes and delve into randomly generated worlds, beautiful environments, intense boss battles, innovative Diablo-inspired loot, and non-destructive legacy elements.

If it is ever unclear what choice a Minion or Boss should make, what happens?

The Active Player should make the most effective decision for the Minion or Boss.

Can a Hero Heal above their starting Health?

Yes. Like standard Dice Throne, a Hero can Heal up to above their starting Health.

Can I spend Bonus Damage Bonus Damage tokens after my opponent has already activated their Defensive Ability?

Yes. Bonus Damage Bonus Damage tokens are Attack Modifiers, which may be spent before or after the opponent Activates their Defensive Ability.

During a campaign, what is the stack limit for King’s Hand King’s Hand?

Infinity.

Do I go directly into the Boss Battle after going through the Boss Portal tile?

No. First you go to Rosella’s Shop and you have to reset your Hero board.

Can the King’s Hand King’s Hand dice roll be manipulated with applicable Hero’s Roll Phase cards?

Yes.

Are my Hero’s upgraded Ability cards and Equipment cards carried over from scenario to scenario?

No, you always return all cards to your deck after each session.

If my team was victorious and had Salves Salve remaining, would they carry over to the next scenario?

Yes.

If my team lost and we had Salves Salve remaining, do these carry over when we replay the scenario?

No, these are not added to your Starting Salves Salve for your replay of the same scenario.

What happens if I run out of cards in a Loot deck?

Draw from the next highest rarity Loot deck instead.

Action Cards

Action cards (identified by a icon) are single use cards that provide a benefit. Action cards may be played at different times, depending on their color.

To Play an Action Card

  1. Spend the required (shown on the left side of the card).
  2. Perform the described action and then place the card onto your Discard Pile.

Instant Action Cards

Main Phase Action Cards

Roll Phase Action Cards

Attack Modifiers

Attack Modifier card

Any card or Status Effect that modifies an Attack is considered an “Attack Modifier.”

They can be played before or after the Defensive Ability is activated.

Damage added by Attack Modifiers is considered to be of the same damage type as the original damage being dealt.

Attack Modifiers can only be used on Attacks (i.e. an Offensive Ability that targets an opponent with at least dmg).

Combat Points

Combat Points Dial

CP Dial

Important: In a 1v1 game, the Start Player must skip their first Income Phase.

Companions

Nanobot

Some heroes have Companions, which are represented by tokens, dials, or other custom components. Companions are not Status Effects, and are therefore immune to cards and abilities that alter Status Effects.

Companions feature custom rules on the Hero Leaflet. They cannot be removed, transferred, or destroyed, unless otherwise specified in the Companion’s ruleset.

Damage Types

The current amount of damage waiting to be dealt to a player is considered “incoming damage”.

There are 5 damage types: normal (denoted as simply “dmg”), undefendable, pure, collateral, and ultimate.

Damage Type Attributes

Each damage type has one or more of the following attributes:

Normal Damage

Undefendable Damage

Pure Damage

Collateral Damage

Ultimate Damage

Ultimate Ability

The Gunslinger’s Ultimate Ability

Defensive Roll Phase

Defensive Roll Phase

If the Active Player’s Offensive Roll Phase results in an Attack, then the Defender now begins the Defensive Roll Phase.

  1. Resolve any effects from the Offensive Ability that require a target and are not damage related (e.g. gain Evasive , inflict Bounty , steal , etc).

  2. If the Offensive Ability results in an Attack and if that Attack’s damage type is defendable, the Defender may activate their Defensive Ability.

    Note: Most heroes only have 1 Defensive Ability. However, if a hero has 2, they must choose one now.

  3. Defender performs one Roll Attempt with the indicated number of dice (e.g. means roll 1 die).

  4. Based on the dice results, the Defender resolves all non-damage effects (e.g. gain Synth , inflict Shame , gain CP, etc).

  5. There is one last opportunity for any player to spend Status Effects or play cards.

  6. Finally, all damage, prevention, and/or healing effects are accumulated and are applied simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

    Note: If all remaining players are simultaneously reduced to 0 health, the game is a draw.

Discard Phase

Discard Phase
  1. Sell cards from your hand, until you have or fewer cards.

  2. Increase your CP Dial by for each card sold (more expensive cards are not worth more ).

  3. Place any sold cards onto your Discard Pile.

Final DMG Total

Occassionally, calculating a Final Total of damage (the amount you reduce your health dial by at the conclusion of the roll phase) can become complex when the Incoming Damage of the attack is affected by your Defensive Ability, cards, and status effects played by you and your opponent.

Luckily, you can easily calculate the Final Total by following the steps below, in the order shown, after both players are completely finished taking actions:

  1. Determine incoming damage

    Incoming Damage is the amount of Damage that is waiting to be dealt to you at any point during the game. Most frequently this damage comes from Offensive and Defensive abilities, but Incoming Damage can also come from status effects like Pyromancer’s Burn or Shadow Thief’s Poison .

  2. Add & Subtract (subtotal)

    We now apply anything that used addition or subtraction to affect Incoming Damage. Defensive Abilities, status effects, or cards that would subtract (prevent) or add a specific amount of damage are applied to Incoming Damage during this step. The result is called the Incoming Damage Subtotal.

  3. Multiply & Divide (Final Total)

    Finally, calculate anything that affects Incoming Damage using multiplication or division. All division and multiplication is applied at the end, regardless of what order cards, status effects, or Defensive Abilities were activated.

    Also, in the case that you need to calculate more than one multiplier, each multiplier is calculated independently using the original Incoming Damage Subtotal determined by Step 2.

    Anything else that uses Incoming Damage as part of a multiplication or division calculation (e.g. Paladin’s Retribution status effect) is also calculated at this time.

Barbarian vs Paladin Example

Below is an example of a series of events that transpire during the Offensive and Defensive Roll Phase between the Barbarian (attacking) and the Paladin (defending).

  1. Barbarian activates his Overpower Offensive Ability, which will deal damage to the Paladin.

  2. Paladin spends his Retribution status effect, which will deal half of the Incoming Damage back to the Barbarian.

  3. Paladin spends his Protect status effect, which will prevent of the Incoming Damage.

  4. Paladin activates his Divine Defense III ability, which will prevent dmg. He also gains another Protect .

  5. Barbarian plays his Get Some Attack Modifier card which inflicts Concussion and adds dmg.

  6. Paladin plays Absolution card which will prevent dmg.

  7. Paladin spends his other Protect status effect which again will prevent of the Incoming Damage.

A lot of stuff just happened. Let’s calculate damage:

  1. Determine incoming damage

    Incoming Damage from Barbarian’s Overpower (Event 1, above).

  2. Add & Subtract (subtotal)

    Incoming Damage (Event 1 - Overpower)
    dmg (Event 4 - Divine Defense III)
    dmg (Event 5 - Get Some)
    dmg (Event 6 - Absolution)

    Incoming Damage (Subtotal)
  3. Multiply & Divide (Final Total)

    Determine the value of each multiplier simultaneously and independently (Note: all division in Dice Throne is always rounded up):

    Event 2 (Retribution ) = (Subtotal) ÷ 2 = dmg
    Event 3 (Protect ) = (Subtotal) ÷ 2 =
    Event 7 (Protect ) = (Subtotal) ÷ 2 =

    Then apply all of this to the Subtotal:

    Incoming Damage − = −1 Incoming Damage

Using Protect twice, Paladin prevents all damage, which means the Final Total of damage the Paladin receives is .

Additionally, the Barbarian will receive dmg in return since the Paladin spent his Retribution token (Event 2).

Other Game Modes

King of the Hill

Apply the following rule changes:

2v2 Teams

2v2 teams turn order

When playing with 4 players, apply the following rule changes:

Targeting Roll Phase

When selecting a target for an attack in Targeting Roll Phase, determine the Defender who will be receiving the damage based on the result of your die roll:

1–2
Target the opponent on your left.
3–4
Target the opponent on your right.
5
Your opponents choose which of them you target.
6
Choose either opponent as your target.

3v3 Teams

3v3 teams turn order

When playing a 3v3 game with 6 players, apply the following rule changes to a 2v2 team game:

Targeting Roll Phase

When selecting a target for an attack in Targeting Roll Phase, determine the Defender who will be receiving the damage based on the result of your die roll:

1–2
Target the opponent on the left.
3–4
Target the opponent in the middle.
5–6
Target the opponent on the right.

2v2v2 Teams

2v2v2 teams turn order

When playing a 2v2v2 game with 6 players, apply the following rule changes to a 2v2 team game:

Targeting Roll Phase

When selecting a target for an attack in Targeting Roll Phase, determine the Defender who will be receiving the damage based on the result of your die roll:

1–4
Count around the table moving clockwise starting with the closest opponent on your left.
5–6
Choose an opponent as the target.

Health

Health Dial

Health Dial

Heal

Increase your Health Dial by the specified amount (e.g. Heal ).

Hero Board

Hero Board

Offensive Ability

Activation Requirement

The Final Dice Result required to activate an Offensive Ability.

Passive Ability

  • Always active and/or available for use.
Passive Ability

Ultimate ability

Your hero’s most powerful attack! If activated, the effects are completely unstoppable.

Important: The damage and effects of an Ultimate Ability can be enhanced, but cannot be reduced, prevented, avoided, responded to, or interrupted by anything (e.g. cards, Status Effects, Companions, etc). Opponents may take no action of any kind from the time it is Activated until the conclusion of the Roll Phase. The only way to prevent an Ultimate Ability is to alter a die roll before its activation.

Ability Description

Defensive Ability

Defensive Ability

Defensive Dice

Hero Cards

Upgrade Card Passive Ability Card Upgrade Card Main Phase Action Card Passive Ability Card Hero Card

There are two types of cards: Hero Upgrade cards and Action cards.

During your Income Phase, you draw a card from your deck. If you need to draw a card, but your deck is empty, shuffle your Discard Pile to create a new deck first.

Playing cards costs Combat Points . This cost is indicated on the left hand side of the card. Cards costing are free to play.

You must conclude your Discard Phase with no more than cards in your hand. If you reach the Discard Phase with more than this, you must sell cards until you have or fewer. To sell a card, discard it and increase your CP Dial by (all cards are worth when sold, no matter how much it costs to play).

The phase during which a card may be played is indicated by the symbol on the left hand side of the card.

Hero Leaflet

  1. Status Effects and Companions: Rules for your hero’s Status Effects & Companions.

  2. Dice Key: The symbols on each face of the hero’s dice.

  3. Complexity Rating: A value between 1 Complexity 1 and 6 Complexity 6 that measures how difficult a hero is to play. Higher complexity heroes often take more time to master and require good strategy to play effectively.

  4. Hero Setup: Some heroes require additional setup steps before the game begins.

  5. Frequently Asked Questions: The answers to questions about complex rules for this hero.

Hero Upgrades

Hero Upgrade cards permanently upgrade the space with the same name on your Hero Board. Identified by a icon on the left side of the card.

Offensive Ability upgrades have a white border, Defensive Ability upgrades have a green border, and Passive Ability upgrades have a purple border.

Hero Upgrade cards…

To Play An Upgrade Card

  1. Spend the required (shown on the left side of the card).
  2. Place the card onto the space of your Hero Board with the same name.

Income Phase

Income
  1. Increase your CP Dial by (skip this step if you already have the maximum of ).

  2. Draw card from the top of your deck and add it to your hand. If your deck is empty, shuffle your Discard Pile to create a new deck.

Important: In in a 1v1 game, the Start Player skips the Income Phase of their first turn.

Main Phase

Perform any of the options below in any order, and as many times as you like:

  1. Sell any card

    • Place card from your hand onto your Discard Pile.

    • Increase your CP Dial by (all cards are worth when sold, no matter how much it costs to play).

  2. Main Phase Action card

    Play Main Phase Action cards

    • Reduce your CP Dial by the cost shown on the left side of the card.

    • Perform the described action(s).

    • Place the card onto your Discard Pile.

  3. Hero Upgrade card

    Play Hero Upgrade cards

    • Reduce your CP Dial by the cost shown on the left side of the card.

    • If you are upgrading from level II to level III, only pay the difference in cost.

    • Place the card onto the correspondingly named space on your Hero Board.

Offensive Roll Phase

During this phase, any player may choose to play Roll Phase Action cards after any step listed below.

Offensive Roll Phase
  1. Perform up to 3 Roll Attempts:

    • Roll all 5 of your dice.

    • Optional: reroll any number of dice.

    • Optional: for a second time, reroll any number of dice.

  2. When you are satisfied with your roll, you may either:

    • Announce the Offensive Ability that you intend to Activate (your Final Dice Result must meet its Activation Requirement). Ask your opponent if they would like to alter your dice or allow the ability to activate successfuly.

    • Announce that you are not going to Activate an Offensive Ability at all.

      Tip: Activating a weak Attack against an opponent with a powerful Defensive Ability is not always advisable.

  3. If you, a teammate, or an opponent have altered any of your dice at this point (e.g. someone played ‘Twice As Wild’), you may either:

  4. Activate the Offensive Ability (if one was chosen):

    • Determine its variable effects (some abilities require additional steps to determine their full effects).

    • Resolve any effects that do not require a target (e.g. gain Evasive , gain Back Strike , Heal , etc).

Resolving Text

Roll, On, Multiplication

“Roll [#]

Roll the indicated number of dice a single time, then resolve the effects that follow. Dice rolled previously cannot be used to resolve the listed effects.

Multiplication (e.g. “4 × Hero Die”)

Multiply the [number] by the [quantity] of your dice displaying the symbol to determine the total.

“On [symbol]”

If your roll contains the symbol shown , you get the listed benefits . However, you only get these benefits once, even if your roll contains the required result multiple times.

Then statement

“Then”

You may spend Status Effects and play Instant Action cards or Roll Phase Action cards at the point of a ‘Then’ statement. The effect following a ‘Then’ statement is performed after the effects that came before it.

Or statement

“Or”

When statements are separated by an “or”, you may resolve only one of the options.

Steal

“Steal”

Take the indicated resource from your opponent and give it to yourself.

When stealing Health/, increase your Health/CP Dial and reduce their dial accordingly.

If your opponent does not have the specified amount, Steal as much as they have.

Additionally

Statements following an “Additionally” resolve after the other listed effects.

Status Effects

Each hero has a unique set of Status Effects listed on thier hero leaflet, represented by tokens. If you need more tokens than are provided, represent them with something else.

Positive or Negative Status Effects can be gained or inflicted on yourself or other players. Status Effects are usually gained or inflicted through cards or Offensive Abilities.

When you gain or inflict a Status Effect, take the corresponding token from your Hero Leaflet and place it in the middle of the receiving player’s Hero Board. This Status Effect is now considered to be “in play”. If a player is defeated, Status Effects they inflicted on other players remain in play.

Removing Status Effects

When a Status Effect is removed, return the token to the appropriate space on its Hero’s Leaflet. When using cards or abilities that remove a specific number of Status Effects, remove that many tokens.

Spendable Status Effects

Some Status Effects are removed when you spend them. Unless otherwise specified, you may spend these status effects at any time during any phase of any player’s turn and their effects are immediate.

Persistent Status Effects

A Status Effect marked as “Persistent” remains in play until the end of the game, or until a card or ability causes its removal.

Stack Limits

Many Status Effects can be applied multiple times to a hero, creating a stack of them. The Stack Limit represents the maximum number of tokens of a particular Status Effect that can be on a single Hero Board at a given time (e.g. a Status Effect with a Stack Limit of 2 can have a maximum of 2 tokens on each Player).

Increasing Stack Limit

If a player increases the Stack Limit of a Status Effect, the increase only applies to that player, and lasts for the duration of the game.

Cursed Doubloon

Unique Status Effects

These fundamentally break the standard Status Effect rules (explained in their description). Unique Status Effects often have a custom shape and/or size.

Interrupting Status Effects

If a Status Effect is spent, its effects cannot be interrupted.

Cursed Pirate has inflicted a Powder Keg and two Wither Status Effects on the Gunslinger. Wither is marked as Persistent in the Status Effect description, so it will remain on the Gunslinger’s Hero Board until the Gunslinger is able to remove it. Wither has a Stack Limit of 2, allowing the Cursed Pirate to inflict it twice on the Gunslinger.

Targeting Roll Phase

If you have more than one opponent, you must determine your target.

In King of the Hill variants, simply choose an opponent to target. In Team vs. Team variants, roll 1 to determine the target.

Target for effect only

Note: Targeting an opponent still applies even if you have activated an ability that does no damage, but has effects that must be reconciled (e.g. ‘Mark the Target’ inflicts Bounty ).

Timing Conflicts

When multiple players perform Instant Actions that cause confusion as to whose action is resolved first, the player whose turn it is has priority, regardless of who initiated their action first. And remember, spending a status effect token is considered an Instant Action.

Buh Bye

For example, if your opponent wants to avoid your Attack by spending an Evasive token, and then you play a Buh Bye (Instant Action card) to remove your opponent’s Evasive , your card would resolve first, because it’s your turn.

Conversely, if your opponent has a Reload token when they Attack you, and you attempt to play a Buh Bye card to remove it, they may still spend that Reload token successfully (because it’s their turn) and your Buh Bye card may not be played to remove that token or any other tokens played by the Attacker.

The player whose turn it is takes precedent regardless of how many instants a player desires to use during an interaction.

Cards/abilities that are not considered “instant” are interruptable. For example, when you play a What Status Effects card (Main Phase Action), your opponent may still spend valid status effects before the card resolves completely (e.g. Tactical Advantage , Nyra’s Bond , etc).

Note: When playing with more than two players, the player whose turn it is has first priority, followed by subsequent players in turn order. After all interruptions are complete, the previous order of play continues normally.

Upkeep Phase

  1. Determine if any of your Status Effects or abilities activate during your Upkeep Phase. Then resolve these effects (note: this will not be applicable for most heroes during the beginning of the game).

  2. If there are multiple effects, the Active Player may choose the order in which they are resolved.

  3. All damage and/or healing effects are accumulated and are applied simultaneously at the conclusion of the phase.

2/3/4/5-of-a-kind

When the dice show the same number (not symbol) 2/3/4/5 times.

Ability

An Ability is printed on the hero board, minion card, or boss board. See each different ability description for more information.

Activate

Some Abilities, Status Effects, and Companions may be activated when their Activation Requirement is met.

Activating Offensive and Defensive Abilities

Once a Final Dice Result is determined, a player may activate an Offensive or Defensive Ability.

  1. Determine its variable effects (some abilities require additional steps to determine their full effects).

  2. Resolve any effects that do not require a target (e.g. gain Evasive , gain Back Strike , Heal , etc).

Activation Requirement

This term is used in several places throughout Dice Throne. In regards to board abilities, the Activation Requirement is the die faces required to Activate the ability. In regards to status effects or companions, the Activation Requirement will vary based on the description of each. Please read each ability, status effect, or companion description carefully to understand each Activation Requirement.

Active Player

The player who’s turn it currently is.

Attack

An Attack is an Offensive Ability that deals at least dmg that targets an opponent (i.e. not collateral dmg).

Defender

The player who is being targeted by an Attack.

Defensive Ability

Defensive Ability

Abilities that can be activated by a hero during their Defensive Roll Phase if their opponent has activated an Offensive Ability that can deals Normal Damage.

Defensive Abilities are denoted by an ability name and number of dice used for the ability over a green shield background.

Final Dice Result

The result of your five dice after all Roll Attempts and dice modifications are finished.

Gain

For Status Effects, take the corresponding token and place it on the middle of your Hero Board. For Health or , increase your Health or CP Dial by the specified amount.

Inflict

Take the Status Effect’s corresponding token and place it in the middle of the receiving player’s Hero Board.

Large Straight

5 of your dice show a sequence of numbers (i.e. 1,2,3,4,5 or 2,3,4,5,6).

Offensive Ability

Abilities that can be activated by a hero, minion or boss during their Offensive Roll Phase.

These abilities are denoted with an ability name and the Activation Requirement (Final Dice Result) needed to activate that ability.

Only one Offensive Ability can be activated during a player's Offensive Roll Phase.

Passive Ability

Passive Ability

Some characters have a Passive Ability, denoted on the board with an ability name and the effect of the ability. Passive abilities will describe their effects on the ability, and vary in how they are used. Please read each passive ability carefully.

Roll Attempt

A dice roll performed by the player to Activate an Offensive or Defensive Ability.

Roll Phase

Any or all of: Offensive Roll Phase, Targeting Roll Phase, and Defensive Roll Phase.

If an ability references “the conclusion of the Roll Phase,” this occurs just before Main Phase (2) begins.

Sell

Take a card from your hand, place it onto your Discard Pile, and then increase your CP Dial by .

During a Main Phase, you may sell any number of cards from your hand.

During the Discard Phase, you must sell cards from your hand, until you have or fewer cards.

Small Straight

4 of your dice show a sequence of numbers (i.e. 1,2,3,4 or 2,3,4,5 or 3,4,5,6).

Spent/Spend

If a Status Effect is Spent, you discard the token and receive the benefit. This has no cost. You may gain this Status Effect token again later in the game.

Ultimate Ability

Each hero and boss has an Ultimate ability that can be activated only during the Offensive Roll Phase, requiring five 6's to activate.

Opponents can use dice-modifying cards to prevent the Ultimate from being activated, but may take no other actions of any kind if the activation is successful. This means that no cards may be played, no status effects may be used, no companions may be activated, no Defensive Rolls may be taken, or any other action.

Artificer

Artificer Complexity 6

To underestimate the Artificer is to invite destruction by a cold & calculated robotic assault. His deranged love for metallic tools-of-destruction is second only to his desire to see all combatants reduced to nothing.

Weapon of choice: Robot Army

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I activate Healbot in response to an Ultimate Ability?

No. You may never respond to an Ultimate.

Do my Bots count as status effects?

No, they are Companions.

When can I spend 4 Synth to inflict a Nanite Nanite on my opponent?

At any time. Even during the Upkeep Phase before you might activate the Nanobot to Detonate Nanites Nanite.

What does it mean to “ignore normal activation requirements”?

Overclock, Zapppp!, and Maximum Power all allow you Activate Bots without using Synth . You get a free use with any Bots Activated that way.

I Activated the Shock Bot to add dmg. Then my opponent used Evasive (or some other damage reducing effect). Is the damage from Shock Bot a separate instance of damage?

No. Unless otherwise stated, all damage dealt during an Offensive Roll Phase is cumulative.

Can I use the Heal Bot if the incoming damage is undefendable?

Yes, as long as the incoming dmg is at least .

When are Nanites Nanite Detonated?

Nanites Nanite are Detonated when the Nanobot is Activated.

What happens if I Detonate Nanites Nanite as a part of my Offensive Roll Phase?

The damage is accumulated with the rest of the damage being dealt. The damage type (normal/undefendable) matches that of the Offensive Ability that was activated.

What does upgrading a bot do?

A basic bot requires spending 2 Synth to activate. An Advanced Bot can be activated by spending just 1 Synth .

Can I build an Advanced Bot without building the basic first if I spend 3 Synth ?

No, you must have and spend the 5 Synth needed to both build the Basic Bot and then upgrade to the Advanced Bot.

After I build a Bot, does it get removed after I activate it?

No. Once built, Bots stay in play for the rest of the game.

How can I or my opponent remove a Bot?

They cannot be removed.

Is Bot activation limit per turn or per phase?

Activation limit is noted in the text associated with each Bot.

Can I activate a bot with Overclock, Zapppp!, or Maximum Power if i don’t have it built yet?

No. Bots must be built to be activated, even when ignoring normal activation requirements.

If a status effect removal card is played to remove Synth , can I spend it before the token is removed?

Yes and no. If it’s removed by an Instant Action (such as Buh, Bye!), then you are not able to spend Synth first. However, for any non-Instant removal (such as Get That Outta Here!), the token may be spent to inflict a Nanite Nanite before the removal occurs.

If my opponent steals Synth , can they build bots?

No. Bots are unique to the Artificer.

Can I immediately spend Synth I earn as part of my defense to activate my Healbot?

Yes. Spending Synth is an Instant Action.

If I activate Overclock, Zapppp!, or Maximum Power and pay Synth to activate Shock Bot can I use the free activation to activate Shock Bot a second time?

No. Shock Bot states that it may never be activated more than once per turn (you can ignore activation requirements, not limits).

If I activate Nano Bot in the Upkeep Phase, can my opponent defend against the damage?

No. Defensive Abilities only activate as a result of an Attack from an Offensive Roll Phase. They may still use cards and status effect to mitigate or avoid the damage.

Can I activate Heal Bot if I take collateral damage?

No. Heal Bot is activated after being Attacked and collateral is not an Attack.

When does the Healing from Heal Bot happen?

All Healing and damage are accumulated and resolved simultaneously at the end of the Defensive Roll Phase.

Barbarian

Barbarian Complexity 1

The Barbarian isn’t the most elegant hero around. He loves to smash things. He is known for hitting his opponents so hard, they are left stunned and concussed. His endless barrage of heavy-hitting attacks shows that even the most simple fighting style can be deadly.

Weapon of choice: Anything that goes chop or smash

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Frequently Asked Questions

When performing Overpower, can I play Roll Phase Action Cards on the three dice used to calculate damage after the ability has been activated?

Yes. You’re still in the Offensive Roll Phase. But if you move into the Targeting or Defensive Roll Phase, then it becomes too late.

Can Healing during my Defensive Roll save me from death if the opponent’s damage drops my Health to ?

Yes, because all damage and Healing is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

If an opponent has an ability, status effect, or card that can prevent an incoming status effect, would this allow them to avoid Stun ?

No. Stun is inflicted first before any damage is dealt, and once inflicted with Stun , they may take no actions of any kind.

I’ve inflicted Stun on my opponent. Can they alter my second Offensive Roll Phase?

Yes, Stun is removed when you begin your second Offensive Roll Phase.

Does Stun take effect immediately or after the Attack?

All non-damage effects are resolved first. So you apply Stun , and once it is applied, the recipient may not take any actions until it is removed. It takes effect immediately.

Can I Stun my opponent multiple times in one turn?

Yes. Every time you Stun your opponent you are granted a new Offensive Roll Phase. So long as you roll well enough to inflict another Stun you may continue Attacking.

If I have Thick Skin II in play, what happens when I get hit with abilities like Moon Elf’s Blinding Shot (inflict Blind ) if I already am inflicted with Blind ?

You can prevent the incoming Blind , but you would still be inflicted with the first one. The status effect is already in place before the Defensive Ability was Activated.

Cursed Pirate

Cursed Pirate Complexity 4

Her passion for adventure & the Seven Seas has won her riches untold. Unfortunately, her exploits have also won her a curse so dire that her life hangs in the balance. To confront the soul splitting fury of the Cursed Pirate will likely result in a one-way trip to Davey Jones’ locker.

Weapon of choice: Cutlass

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Wither reduce dmg from an Ultimate ability?

No.

Do I get to choose which side of my board to start on?

No, You always start on her human side.

Is there any way to flip my board from the Cursed Pirate side back to the “human” side?

No. Once flipped, it stays that way for the remainder of the game.

If the Pirate inflicts a Powder Keg with an Attack when the opponent already has a Powder Keg , is the dmg added to the final total or is it an isolated instance of dmg?

It is an isolated instance. The opponent would immediately receive dmg. Then you would proceed to determine dmg from the Attack as normal.

Do I have to gain a Cursed Doubloon Cursed Doubloon when an ability says “gain Cursed Doubloon Cursed Doubloon”?

No. Gaining Cursed Doubloons Cursed Doubloon is always optional for the Pirate.

If the Pirate is on her Cursed side and an opponent Attacks while they are afflicted with Parlay , is the opponent then inflicted with Powder Keg due to my Passive Ability?

No. It states “…does not result in an Attack”. As long as the ability they activate deals damage that targets another player, they do not receive the Powder Keg (but Parlay still means the ability does not deal any damage). Similarly, if they fail a Blinding Light roll, they still Attacked, it just failed.

Do I flip my board immediately when I remove my last Cursed Doubloon Cursed Doubloon?

No, you flip your board at the end of your turn when your passive would remove one but you do not have one to remove.

Can my opponent remove or transfer Cursed Doubloons Cursed Doubloon with a card, status, or ability on their Hero board?

No.

Can the pirate use cards to remove her own Cursed Doubloons Cursed Doubloon?

No. Only abilities on her board can.

Does Pirate’s passive on her Cursed Side trigger if my opponent activates abilities like Fortitude or Meditate that do no damage?

Yes.

Does Pirate’s passive on her Cursed Side trigger if my opponent fails to activate an ability in their Offensive Roll Phase?

Yes.

If I reach Health from the damage my passive on the Cursed side of my board does, do I lose immediately or do I get one final turn?

Since all dmg is accumulated at the conclusion of each Phase, you lose when your Health is reduced to at the conclusion of the Upkeep Phase.

Is Powder Keg persistent or is it removed after one Upkeep Phase?

Neither. On a 1–2 it is removed and you take damage immediately. On a 6 you transfer the token to a player of your choice.

Doesn’t the damage from Powder Keg get accumulated and dealt at the end of the phase?

Typically, yes, but Powder Keg is an exception to the rule because Powder Keg states that the damage is done immediately and as an isolated source of undefendable damage. If the damage occurs as the result of an Attack inflicting a second keg, the recipient resolves the damage before determining the damage dealt from the Attack.

Does Wither reduce damage from a defensive ability?

No.

Does Wither reduce undefendable or collateral damage?

Yes, if it is from an Offensive Ability. Wither is not an Attack Modifier, and so may reduce collateral damage.

If Parlay prevents damage, does my opponent’s ability still count as an Attack?

Yes.

If Parlay prevents my opponent from doing any damage do I still get to activate my defensive ability?

No. Parlay prevents the damage entirely. No defense roll.

If I’m playing a Pirate mirror match can I manipulate my opponent’s Cursed Doubloons Cursed Doubloon?

No. Each pirate’s Cursed Doubloons Cursed Doubloon are only able to be affected by their source.

In a Pirate mirror match if I flip before my opponent and inflict a Cursed Doubloon Cursed Doubloon does that prevent them from flipping?

No. Pirate flips if she has no more of her own Cursed Doubloons Cursed Doubloon at the end of her turn.

Gunslinger

Gunslinger Complexity 2

Driven by the ruin brought to her family, the Gunslinger now spends her life pursuing all those who are vile and corrupt within the world. Each time she deftly reloads her twin pistols, she takes one step closer to vengeance.

Weapon of choice: Twin pistols

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use Evasive to avoid damage from an Ultimate?

No. Ultimates cannot be prevented in any way.

Do I get the bonus from Bounty if the opponent prevents or avoids all of the incoming damage?

Yes. Bounty adds dmg and you gain regardless of what the opponent does during their defense.

Can I spend more than 1 Evasive in an attempt to avoid incoming damage?

Yes. Evasive stack limit is 3, so you can attempt to evade damage using as many tokens as you have available.

Can I use Evasive to avoid undefendable damage?

Yes. Undefendable only means you cannot activate your Defensive Ability.

Can I use cards to change the Evasive or Reload die roll?

Yes. As long as the card can be played during the phase you’re in, you can change the outcome of an Evasive or Reload die roll.

If I have one Reload token on my Hero and begin a new turn, can I gain a second one?

Yes. The Reload stack limit is 2.

When do I spend Reload ?

Anytime after you declare an Attack and before the end of the Roll Phase.

If I transfer Bounty back to the Gunslinger, do I gain the benefits when I Attack her?

Yes.

If my opponent has Bounty on them and I activate an ability that targets them but does not do any damage, do I get Bounty’s effects?

No. You must activate an Attack dealing at least 1 dmg.

If my opponent reduces/avoids all incoming damage, do they cancel out the gain from Bounty ?

No.

Do I still get the from Bounty if an opponent removes it with a card/status effect?

No.

Does Bounty trigger off of damage from a defensive roll?

No.

When does my opponent have to pay to remove Knockdown ?

At any point before their Offensive Roll Phase.

Huntress

Huntress Complexity 5

Rescued as an infant by Nyra (a female sabertooth tiger), the Huntress was taken in as if she was Nyra’s own cub. Their bond is beyond that of a human to her pet. They are connected–soul to soul. The ferocity and agility with which they fight intimidates all who would dare to challenge them.

Weapon of choice: Nyra

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can Nyra take damage from an Ultimate Ability?

No.

How do I pronounce Nyra?

Near-ah.

If I’m inflicted with Stun , can I have Nyra receive the damage?

No. A stunned player may take no actions of any kind, including the choice to let Nyra receive the damage.

If I use Nyra’s Bond , can I still roll for defense?

No. If you choose to have Nyra take even a single point of damage, you forfeit your defensive roll.

If a status effect removal card is played to remove Nyra’s Bond , can I spend it to Heal Nyra before the token is removed?

Yes and no. If it’s removed by an Instant Action (such as Buh, Bye!), then you are not able to spend Nyra’s Bond first. However, for any non-Instant removal (such as Get That Outta Here!), the token may be spent before the removal occurs.

Do I get to make a defense roll if I have Nyra take damage?

No. Once you roll for defense, the Huntress must take all of the damage.

Does Nyra count as a “player” or “opponent”?

No. She is a “Companion” and cannot be the target of cards or abilities that specify “player” or “opponent”.

Can Nyra be inflicted with status effects?

No. The Huntress is always the target of an Attack (and therefore receives any Negative Status Effects). It is only the damage that may be passed on to Nyra and never Positive or Negative Status Effects.

Can Nyra take undefendable damage?

Yes.

Can Nyra take collateral damage?

No. Nyra can only take damage from an Attack and collateral damage is not an Attack.

Can Nyra take damage from Status Effects like Burn , Poison , and Bleed ?

No.

If Nyra takes more damage than she has Health do I take the remainder?

No. The damage is still done to Nyra but she may not have less than 0 Health.

If my opponent steals Nyra’s Bond , can they use it to redirect damage to Nyra?

No. They do not have a Nyra to redirect damage to, and may not use yours. If you are playing a mirror match your opponent may spend it as normal but it still only affects their Nyra.

Can Nyra have more than 7 Health?

No.

Nyra has 7 Health. I have Nyra’s Bond . I received 8 dmg. Can I fully pass the dmg to Nyra and, before hitting zero, use Nyra’s Bond to Heal her 2, thus leaving her with 1 Health?

No, because Nyra would be at full Health when you spend the token. For the Healing to be added into the damage calculation it must be possible and Nyra cannot Heal above 7.

If Huntress starts her upkeep phase with Nyra downed and on 4 Health. What happens?

She Heals to 5 but does not flip. The dial says to flip if it reads 5, otherwise Heal 1. She will flip next turn.

Is Bleed persistent or does it get removed after 1 turn?

Neither. Bleed remains (and does 1 damage) until a 5 or 6 is rolled during the Upkeep Phase.

I have 2 Bleeds on me. Do I roll for each Bleed or do I only roll once and on a 5 or 6 remove a single token?

Roll for each individually. Status effects are discreet instances for each token.

My opponent is inflicted with Bleed . They roll, and get a 3. They use “Buh-Bye!” to remove the token. Do they still take the 1 damage?

Yes. The effect was rolled for, and must be resolved, even if the token is removed.

If I choose Nyra to take the damage, can my opponent add an Attack Modifier after this choice is made? If so, can I change my mind and roll defense instead?

Yes, your opponent can add damage after you select Nyra to take the damage and choose not to roll your Defense. But once you have selected Nyra to take the damage you cannot change your mind and roll Defense.

Monk

Monk Complexity 4

The Monk is a master in the art of Chi. He can channel this ancient energy to absorb incoming attacks from his opponents. He can also use Chi to unleash a maelstrom of pain. The Monk is not only the calm before the storm but the storm itself.

Weapon of choice: Chi

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use Evasive to avoid damage from an Ultimate ability?

No. An Ultimate cannot be avoided in any way.

When can I spend Chi to add damage?

You may spend Chi to add damage at any time after you’ve selected an ability. However, Chi cannot be used to boost damage the turn it was gained.

If I have max Chi and then gain more, can I spend the Chi I already have and then gain the additional Chi ?

Yes. Status effects may be spent as an Instant Action.

Can I spend Chi to prevent damage received from status effects?

Yes.

If I gain Evasive from my defense, can I spend it immediately?

Yes. Status effects may be spent as an Instant Action.

Can I spend Chi to prevent undefendable dmg?

Yes.

If I spend Chi on an undefendable Attack, is the extra damage also undefendable?

Yes.

If I increase my Stack Limit is it only until I spend Chi or is it permanent?

Permanent. Your Stack Limit is increased till the end of that game.

How do I keep track of my max Chi Stack Limit?

We recommend that you only remove enough Chi tokens from the tray that represent your current Stack Limit.

When does my opponent have to pay to remove Knockdown ?

At any point before their Offensive Roll Phase.

Can I spend more than 1 Evasive in an attempt to avoid damage?

Yes. Also, Evasive can be used on undefendable Attacks because undefendable only means you cannot activate your Defensive Ability.

Can I spend Chi to reduce damage that targets my teammate?

No.

If my opponent steals Chi , can they spend it to reduce or increase damage?

Yes. However, Chi cannot be used to boost damage the turn it was gained.

Moon Elf

Moon Elf Complexity 2

The Moon Elf’s damage may not match hit for hit with her opponents. However, her ability to repeatedly dodge attacks while simultaneously using the power of the moon to blind and entangle her foes, makes her a frustratingly dangerous opponent to face.

Weapon of choice: Bow & Arrows

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use Evasive to avoid damage from an Ultimate ability?

No. An Ultimate cannot be avoided in any way.

Can Blind stop an Ultimate ability?

No. Nothing except changing the dice result can stop an Ultimate. Blind still goes away at the end of that Roll Phase.

Can I use Roll Phase cards to change the dice for determining Exploding Arrow’s damage/effects?

Yes. You’re still in the Offensive Roll Phase. But if you move into the Targeting or Defensive Roll Phase, then it becomes too late.

When does the loss on Exploding Arrow happen? Can my opponent spend the before they lose it?

It happens during step one the Defensive Roll Phase. They may spend it if they have a card or ability to use it on.

If my opponent has Blind but does not activate an ability, is Blind still removed?

Yes.

If a player with Blind activates an ability that does no damage (e.g. Meditate or Holy Light), can Blind make that ability fail?

Yes.

If I skip my Offensive Roll Phase due to Knockdown while inflicted with Blind , does Blind get removed?

No. You must begin and conclude your Offensive Roll Phase to remove Blind .

If I use Evasive successfully and avoid all damage but my opponent adds more damage to the Attack after, what happens?

Evasive avoids all damage taken from the Attack. Since all damage and Healing is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase, Evasive still makes the final total of damage 0.

If my opponent steals Evasive from me, can they use it as their own, even though it’s not on their leaflet?

Yes.

Can I spend more than 1 Evasive in an attempt to avoid damage?

Yes. Also, Evasive can be used on undefendable Attacks because undefendable only means you cannot activate your Defensive Ability.

Can I use cards to change the Evasive die roll?

Yes. As long as the card can be played during the phase you’re in, you can change the outcome of an Evasive die roll.

When do I declare I’m spending Evasive ?

Evasive may be spent before or after a Defensive roll.

Can I spend Evasive to avoid damage received from status effects?

Yes. Also, 1 token avoids all cumulative damage taken during your Upkeep Phase (e.g. your Hero is Burned and Poisoned ).

If I spend Evasive , do I still get my Defensive Roll?

Yes. (Tip: defend first in-case you no longer choose to evade ).

When is the bonus damage from Targeted applied?

All damage is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

If I roll FootFootFootFoot on my Defensive Ability, do I get to cut damage in half twice?

No. The ability states “On” instead of “for every”. So when you resolve your Defensive Ability dice, only one set of FootFoot will halve the incoming damage.

Ninja

Ninja Complexity 2

The Ninja knows that victory is never truly certain, so she has spent countless hours to hone her craft. As a master of ninjutsu, she deals massive amounts of damage using unconventional methods. When she’s prepared, she can even dodge incoming attacks with more consistency than any other hero.

Weapon of choice: Ninjatō

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use a Ninjutsu token to make an Attack undefendable after my opponent rolls for defense?

No. If a spent Ninjutsu token rolls a 6 result after your opponent rolls for defense, you may only choose to boost the damage or inflict Delayed Poison .

When can I use Ninjutsu ?

Anytime after you declare an Attack & before the end of the Roll Phase.

Can I use cards to change the Ninjutsu or Smoke Bomb die roll?

Yes, as long as the card can be played during the phase you’re in, you (or your opponent) can change the outcome.

If I have inflicted 2 Delayed Poison on an opponent, can they spend a single status effect (such as Evasive ) to avoid all damage?

Yes. Because damage is always accumulated and resolved at the conclusion of the phase in which it was dealt.

For Smoke Bomb , can I prevent damage received from status effects such as Poison ?

Yes. Also, 1 token avoids all cumulative damage taken during your Upkeep Phase (e.g. your Hero is Burned and Poisoned ).

Can I use a Smoke Bomb to avoid damage from an Ultimate Ability?

No. An Ultimate cannot be avoided in any way.

If I have max Ninjutsu and then gain more, can I spend the Ninjutsu I already have and then gain the additional Ninjutsu ?

Yes. Status effects may be spent as an Instant Action.

If an opponent with Delayed Poison reduces the Ninjas Health to zero before the conclusion of their turn is it a draw?

No. Since the Ninjas Health was reduced to zero first before the conclusion of the turn the opponent would win before the Delayed Poison takes affect.

Paladin

Paladin Complexity 5

The Paladin’s sword of righteousness strikes hard and true. Through faithful devotion, he is capable of celestial defense. The Paladin wades into battle assured that the Divine is with him and that victory is his sovereign right.

Weapon of choice: Sword

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Frequently Asked Questions

If I have Blessing of Divinity and my opponent activates their Ultimate Ability, which would reduce my Health to , what happens?

Blessing of Divinity does not reduce or prevent any of the damage from the Ultimate. Afterward, your Health is set to .

Can I use Tithe to re-roll multiple times?

Yes. So long as you have the , you may continue to use Tithe.

Does Protect and Retribution apply before or after increases or decreases to damage?

See Final Dmg Total.

If a status effect causes me to roll a die, can I activate Tithe to re-roll?

Yes, Tithe can be activated to re-roll any of your dice at any time.

Crit states that I must deal at least dmg to spend it. If my opponent reduces the damage, does that prevent Crit ?

No. Crit may be used as long as the damage from the ability is or more before it is modified.

If Blessing of Divinity activates, did I die?

No. Blessing of Divinity stops your Health from ever reaching .

If I spend 2 Protects on the same Attack, what happens?

All damage is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase. So if you are receiving dmg, each Protect would be calculated to prevent dmg. Thus, all dmg would be prevented.

If I gain Protect from my defense, can I spend it immediately to reduce Incoming Attack damage?

Yes. Status effects may be spent as an Instant Action.

If I spend Protect and Retribution on the same Attack, what happens?

All damage is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase. So, both values are calculated independently of each other. Protect will prevent half of the Incoming Damage Subtotal and Retribution will also deal half of the Incoming Damage Subtotal back to the Attacker.

Can I use Roll Phase cards to influence the effects of Righteous Combat?

Yes. You’re still in the Offensive Roll Phase. But if you move into the Targeting or Defensive Roll Phase, then it becomes too late.

When Blessing of Divinity activates, does it remove other statuses like Burn or Poison ?

No, it only affects Health.

Pyromancer

Pyromancer Complexity 3

The Pyromancer has only one way to deal with her enemies: swift, hot destruction. Even her defense is offensive. She is a glass cannon who deals massive amounts of damage, turning her foes to ash.

Weapon of choice: Fire and explosions

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Frequently Asked Questions

When I Scorch the Earth and deal to my opponent, does that same opponent also receive the collateral dmg?

Yes. The following collateral dmg states “all opponents” rather than “all other opponents”.

What does Fire Mastery do?

Nothing by itself. It is used in some cards and Offensive abilities to inflict or increase damage.

Can Fire Mastery be stolen? What can my opponent do with it?

Yes. However, it has no value unless you are playing a Pyromancer vs. Pyromancer game.

Is Fire Mastery spent when I activate either straight ability?

No.

Does collateral damage automatically hit everyone?

No. Collateral damage is a type of undefendable damage that cannot be increased and does not count as an Attack.

If I deal collateral dmg to all opponents in a 2v2 game, would a total of dmg be dealt to their team?

Yes. Each individual opponent receives the damage even though they share the same Health pool.

When does my opponent pay to remove Knockdown ?

At any point before their Offensive Roll Phase.

If I use Burning Soul II and roll Fiery SoulFiery SoulFiery SoulFiery Soul, do I inflict Burn and increase my max Fire Mastery?

Yes. You Activate both effects as you have satisfied both conditions.

If I deal damage during my defense, does my opponent get to activate their Defensive Ability in response?

No. A Defensive Ability is only activated in response to an Attack.

If an opponent has an ability, status effect, or card that can prevent an incoming status effect, would this allow them to avoid Stun ?

No. Stun is inflicted first before any damage is dealt, and once inflicted with Stun , they may take no actions of any kind.

I’ve inflicted Stun on my opponent. Can they alter my second Offensive Roll Phase?

Yes, Stun is removed when you begin your second Offensive Roll Phase.

Does Stun take effect immediately or after the Attack?

All non-damage effects are resolved first. So you apply Stun , and once it is applied the recipient may not take any actions until it is removed. It takes effect immediately.

Can I Stun my opponent multiple times in one turn?

Yes. Every time you Stun your opponent you are granted a new Offensive Roll Phase. So long as you roll well enough to inflict another Stun you may continue Attacking.

Can I remove a Stun token from myself using a card or status effect?

No. While you are Stunned , you can’t take any actions at all. However, a teammate who is not Stunned could.

Samurai

Samurai Complexity 3

Driven by an endless pursuit of honor, the Samurai will stop at nothing to drive all who are not worthy from his sight. He marks with shame those who are small, petty, and insignificant. In the end, the shameful must be put to the sword, even if this means taking his own life.

Weapon of choice: Katana

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Shame reduce damage from an Ultimate?

No. Nothing can prevent or reduce an Ultimate. However, after the Ultimate completes, the opponent removes their Shame tokens.

Can I use Back Strike when I am Attacked with undefendable damage or an Ultimate?

Back Strike can be used on undefendable damage, but not in response to an Ultimate.

If I perform only one Roll Attempt, can I gain 2 Honor ?

No. You can only gain 1 Honor maximum from your Passive Ability.

If an opponent does not inflict damage as a result of their Offensive Roll Phase, does their Shame go away (i.e. Heal with the Barbarian’s Fortitude ability)?

No. You must activate an Offensive Ability that would deal damage in order to remove a Shame token.

If an opponent with two Shame inflicts 1 (or more) damage as a result of their Offensive Roll Phase, do both Shame tokens go away?

Yes.

If my opponent forces me to re-roll one or more die, does that count against me for Bushido?

No.

If I skip my Offensive Roll Phase due to Knockdown do I gain Honor from Bushido?

No.

Does Shame reduce collateral or undefendable damage?

Yes for undefendable, no for collateral.

Does Shame reduce defensive ability damage?

No.

My opponent has Shame but activates an ability that does not do damage. Is shame removed?

No.

My opponent has 2 Shame but Attacks with only 1 damage. Do they remove 1 or both tokens?

Both.

If I have 2 Honor and then gain more, can I spend the Honor I already have and then gain the additional Honor ?

Yes. Status effects may be spent as an Instant Action.

If I perform fewer than 3 Roll Attempts due to a Negative status effect (e.g. Entangle or Constrict ), can I still gain Honor from my Passive Ability?

Yes. Anytime you perform fewer than 3 Roll Attempts during the Offensive Roll Phase, Bushido is activated.

Can I use Back Strike if I am Attacked with collateral damage?

No. Collateral dmg is not an Attack.

Seraph

Seraph Complexity 3

To look into the face of the Seraph is to gaze upon the hand of God. Her blades are infused with holy energy designed to cut evil from the earth. Her crystal wings carry her above the battlefield where her brilliant light blinds all who do not avert their gaze. Humble yourself before her holy presence or die.

Weapon of choice: Angelic blades

Tokens

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Blinding Light stop an Ultimate Ability?

No. Nothing stops an Ultimate except manipulating dice before it Activates. However, after the Ultimate completes, Blinding Light is still removed.

If I have Blessing of Divinity and my opponent activates their Ultimate Ability, which would reduce my Health to , what happens?

Blessing of Divinity does not reduce or prevent any of the damage from the Ultimate. Afterward, your Health is set to .

Can I use Flight to avoid damage from an Ultimate Ability?

No. You can never prevent or avoid dmg from an Ultimate.

Can I spend more than 1 Flight while attempting to avoid incoming damage?

Yes. You can attempt to avoid the damage using as many Flight tokens as you have available.

Can I spend Flight immediately after gaining it?

Yes, you can spend it immediately in an attempt to make your Attack undefendable or to avoid all incoming damage.

Can Holy Presence be transferred by an opponent?

Holy Presence can be removed, but never transferred.

What happens if Blessing of Divinity is triggered while I am afflicted with Poison ?

Blessing of Divinity is a shield that prevents lethal dmg (leaving you with Health). It does not remove status effects. So you would survive the blow, but during your next Upkeep Phase, you would receive dmg from Poison and your Health would be reduced to .

Can I use Flight to avoid undefendable damage?

Yes. The Defensive Roll Phase still happens, you just don’t activate your Defensive Ability.

Can I use Flight to avoid collateral damage?

Yes. The Defensive Roll Phase still happens, you just don’t activate your Defensive Ability. Flight avoids damage in the defensive phase on a 6, not only on Attacks.

Can I use Flight after an Attack in my opponents defensive phase to avoid damage from their defensive ability?

Yes. Flight only stipulated Offensive and Defensive Roll Phases, it does not specify that it must be your own.

Can Flight be used to avoid damage from status effects like Burn , Poison , etc?

No. Flight Must be used in the Defensive Roll Phase in order to avoid damage.

Can Cards like “So Wild” and “Six It” be used on the dice for Flight ?

Yes. Flight must be spent in a Roll Phase and is therefore subject to Roll Phase cards.

Can I roll my defense and then use Flight and attempt to avoid all damage after I activate my Defensive Ability?

Yes.

If Flight is successful, all damage is reduced to . Does that include other effects?

No. Flight only affects damage.

When I activate Purify and choose an opponent to remove a status effect can they spend it in response before it is removed?

Yes. Spending status effects is an Instant Action.

On a roll of 1 for Blinding Light does it prevent all effects of an Offensive Roll Phase or just damage.

On a roll of 1, Blinding Light stops all effects.

If Blinding Light reduces my opponent’s damage and they use an Attack Modifier after Blinding Light is rolled for, does it get halved?

Yes. All damage is accumulated, all static + & - numbers are applied, and finally all halving effects are resolved. See Final DMG Total.

If I skip my Offensive Roll Phase due to Knockdown while inflicted with Blinding Light , does Blinding Light get removed?

No. You must begin and conclude your Offensive Roll Phase to remove Blinding Light .

Where’s my 3rd Holy Presence token?!

That was a misprint. You should only have 2.

Does Holy Presence deal damage to both opponents on a King of the Hill match?

Yes. All Opponents take dmg per Holy Presence .

In a 2v2 match, teams share Health. Does Holy Presence deal to each opponent, for a total of from their shared Health?

Yes.

Shadow Thief

Shadow Thief Complexity 4

The Shadow Thief doesn’t like to end things quickly. He prefers running the long con. Increasing his health, poisoning his foes, hiding & striking from the shadows — that’s his style. If allowed to reach the conclusion of his complicated game plan, his victims will find themselves in utter ruin.

Weapon of choice: Poisoned Dagger

Tokens

Frequently Asked Questions

Can an Ultimate Ability damage me if I have Shadows ?

Yes. Nothing stops an Ultimate that has been successfully Activated.

Is Shadows removed when I am Attacked?

No. Shadows is never spent. It is only removed at the conclusion of a turn in which you began already having the token in play.

What happens if I have Shadows and then gain it again?

Shadows has a Stack Limit of 1, so a second instance of it cannot be gained and the first one still goes away at the end of your turn.

Does Shadows avoid damage if I am Stunned ?

Yes. Shadows is always in effect and does not need to be “activated.” However, the player who inflicted Stun still receives their additional Offensive Roll Phase.

Does Shadows avoid undefendable damage?

Yes.

If I have inflicted 3 Poison tokens on an opponent, can they spend a single Evasive token to avoid all of the dmg?

Yes. Damage is always accumulated and resolved at the conclusion of the phase in which it was dealt.

Do I have to choose which Defensive Ability to activate before I roll?

Yes.

If I spend after activating an ability that “deals as dmg”, does the amount of damage I deal go down?

No. Damage is dealt based upon your at the point in which the ability was Activated.

Does Shadows prevent anything besides damage?

No. All other associated effects still apply.

Does Shadows stop damage from a defensive ability or status like Burn ?

No. It only stops damage as a result of an Attack from an opponent’s Offensive Roll Phase.

Can Shadows be stolen?

Yes.

My opponent wants to activate an ability that inflicts Stun . Can I play Enter the Shadows?

Yes. There is a time during the Offensive Roll Phase before an ability is Activated (before the Stun is inflicted) when instant action cards may be played.

If I choose Shadow Defense and roll two 6’s, do I gain Sneak Attack and Shadows or do I have to choose?

Yes. You gain both status effects as you have satisfied both conditions.

I rolled a straight, but during the Defensive Roll Phase spent some . Do I deal damage equal to my when I activate or the final number of ?

You deal damage based on your when you activate the ability.

With Pickpocket, can I steal they don’t have?

No. Although you still gain the from the ability.

If I use Pickpocket/Cardocopia in a multiplayer match with a 6 as one of the dice, do I still require a target for the ability even though it does no damage?

Yes.

If I make my opponent discard a card, and the randomly determined card happens to be an Instant Action card(like “Getting Paid”) can they play the card before it is discarded?

No, that card is gone and cannot be spent.

Shadow Thief’s ultimate ability says “remove all status effects.” does it remove all status effects on both players?

No, it only removes status effects from the Shadow Thief.

Tactician

Tactician Complexity 5

The Tactician surveys the battlefield with assurance and calm, confident that there is no foe greater than he. From atop the higher ground, he claims victory by asserting absolute control over all that he sees.

Weapon of choice: Saber

Tokens

Frequently Asked Questions

If I gain Tactical Advantage as part of an Offensive Ability, can I spend this to inflict Targeted before the damage is dealt?

Yes. Positive Status Effects are gained before damage occurs and status effects can be spent as if they are Instant Actions.

If a status effect removal card is played to remove Tactical Advantage , can I spend it before the token is removed?

Yes and no. If it’s removed by an Instant Action (such as Buh, Bye!), then you are not able to spend Tactical Advantage first. However, for any non-Instant removal (such as Get That Outta Here!), the token may be spent before the removal occurs.

If I am about to gain more Tactical Advantage beyond my Stack Limit, can I spend some immediately to make room for the other incoming Tactical Advantage ?

Yes. Spending status effects is like an Instant Action.

Can I use Tactical Advantage the turn which I gain it?

Yes.

Can I spend a Protect against a source of damage, then instantly gain a second Protect , and spend that against the same source of damage as well?

Yes. All damage is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase. So if you are receiving dmg, each Protect would be calculated to prevent dmg. Thus, all dmg would be prevented.

Can I only use 1 effect of Tactical Advantage per turn?

No. Mix and match all you want. The only limit is how much Tactical Advantage you have.

How many times can I use Tactical Advantage to re-roll a die?

As long as you have Tactical Advantage to spend there is no limit.

If I increase my Stack Limit is it only until I spend Tactical Advantage or is it permanent?

Permanent. Your Stack Limit is increased till the end of that game.

Can I increase my stack limit on Tactical Advantage more than once?

Yes.

When performing Profiteer, can I play Roll Phase Action Cards on the one die rolled?

Yes. You’re still in the Offensive Roll Phase.

Is there a limit to the amount of times I can take additional Offensive Roll Phases with Profiteer?

No.

My opponent is playing Cursed Pirate and is flipped. If I roll Profiteer and get a 6 do I get a Powder Keg ?

No. Rules as intended, Profiteer resets the Offensive Roll Phase, the Tactician doesn’t conclude the phase until he rolls another ability or does not roll a 6 on Profiteer. He only gets a Powder Keg if he rolls a 4 or 5 on Profiteer, as he neither does damage or resets.

I have Parlay and roll Profiteer and get a 6. Does Parlay get removed or does it stay?

Parlay stays until the Offensive Roll Phase is concluded. Profiteer resets the roll phase, and so Parlay stays.

I have Blind or Blinding Light and activate Profiteer and roll a 6. Do I roll for Blind /Blinding Light ?

Yes. Both status effects must be checked at the conclusion of the Offensive Roll Phase.

Does Protect apply before or after increases or decreases to damage?

See Final Dmg Total.

If I gain Tactical Advantage during the Defensive Roll Phase, can I spend it immediately to gain Protect and prevent Incoming Attack damage?

Yes. Status effects may be spent as an Instant Action.

When is the bonus damage from Targeted applied?

All damage is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

Treant

Treant Complexity 6

The Treant is the most elder of contenders. He decided he could no longer be a stick in the mud weeping over willows. He chose to branch out, leafing his thicket behind with a sappy goodbye. He dug deep, packed his trunk, spruced himself up, and began lumbering ever closer to the true root of the problem–the Mad King.

Weapon of choice: Branches

Spirits

You may spend 1 Spirit of each type once per turn to receive one of the effects. To ‘Grow a Spirit‘ means to gain a Seedling Seedling Spirit or upgrade an existing Spirit (from Seedling Seedling Spirit to Sapling Sapling Spirit or from Sapling Sapling Spirit to Dryad Dryad Spirit).

Tokens

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I spend a Seedling Seedling Spirit or Sapling Sapling Spirit?

These companions may be spent at any time as if they were an Instant Action. However, you may only spend 1 of each type of Spirit during a player’s turn.

If I gain a Spirit from my Defensive Ability, can I spend it right away?

Yes and no. You cannot spend a grown Seedling Seedling Spirit to re-roll a Defensive Ability die and you cannot spend a Dryad Dryad Spirit to get rid of a status effect. However, you could spend a Sapling Sapling Spirit as long as you haven’t spent one earlier this turn.

If an ability causes me to remove a Spirit, do I also gain one of the normal effects of spending a Spirit?

No.

For the Nature’s Grasp ability, if I spend a Spirit after activating the Attack, is the damage lowered?

No. Damage is dealt based upon your number of Spirits at the point in which the ability was Activated.

If I remove Barbed Vine before the end of the Roll Phase, do I still receive the dmg from it?

No. The dmg is only received if you are still afflicted with Barbed Vine at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

Do I receive Barbed Vine damage if I use an ability, status effect, or card to re-roll a die?

No. You only receive damage when performing a Roll Attempt.

If I have Health, do I die immediately from Barbed Vine dmg?

No, because all damage is calculated simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase. So your final Attack will succeed, but then you will die at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

Vampire Lord

Vampire Lord Complexity 4

The Vampire Lord’s power paralyzes even the bravest fighters. No combatant is more vicious. Her rending claws will leave her foes bloody and hemorrhaging. Attempting to resist her mesmerizing gaze or overcome her powerful blood magic will prove deadly for any foolish enough to oppose her!

Weapon of choice: Blood Power

Tokens

Frequently Asked Questions

When I activate my Ultimate Ability and get to search my deck, can I find a card that would add dmg, and then immediately play that card to increase the dmg of the Ultimate?

Yes, because all dmg is dealt simultaneously at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

Can I use Mesmerize if an opponent is about to activate their Ultimate Ability?

Yes. You can stop an Ultimate from rolling successfully, but can’t do anything if you allow it to Activate.

My Ultimate Ability lets me search my deck for a card. Can I play that card immediately, before damage is dealt?

Yes, if the card is an Attack Modifier, Roll Phase, or Instant Action card.

When can I spend Blood Power for card draw or to remove a status effect?

At any time. Spending status effects is like an Instant Action.

If I am about to gain more Blood Power beyond my Stack Limit, can I spend some immediately to make room for the other incoming Blood Power ?

Yes. Spending status effects is like an Instant Action.

When I spend 4 Blood Power to cause my Attack to Heal me, if an opponent’s defense causes them to Heal, does that mean I dealt less damage?

No. This effect is based on the amount of damage successfully dealt. A Hero that Heals is still receiving the full amount of dmg.

My Defensive Ability allows me to “Steal Health”. What does that mean?

If I Steal Health, then my opponent reduces their Health by and I increase my Health by . This is not considered “dmg” and cannot be prevented or reduced. Similarly, this does not count as a Heal for the Vampire Lord.

Can I spend 3 Blood Power at the same time to increase an Attack damage by ?

No. Blood Power effects can only be used once per turn.

Can I gain Blood Power incrementally (one token at a time) to be able to avoid hitting my stack limit (example: I’m at 3 BP, and my ability causes me to gain 3. Can I gain one, then use my Heal power, then gain the other 2?)

No, you gain it all at once and must be able to make room for all of it immediately or you will lose the excess.

When can I spend Blood Power to add damage?

You may spend Blood Power to add damage at any time after you’ve selected an ability.

Can I use Blood Power to increase undefendable damage?

Yes.

Can I use Blood Power to increase collateral damage?

No. Spending 1 Blood Power is an Attack Modifier and collateral damage is not an Attack.

When Can I spend Blood Power to draw or to remove a status effect?

At any time. Spending status effects is an Instant Action.

When I spend 4 Blood Power to cause my Attack to Heal me, do I Heal the base damage of the Attack or the amount of damage successfully dealt?

Blood Power’s Heal effect is based on damage successfully dealt. For example, the Vampire Lord Attacks for and spends 4 Blood Power and the Moon Elf prevents half, only taking damage. The Vampire Lord Heals .

If I spend 4 Blood Power when Attacking the Huntress but she lets Nyra take the damage do I still Heal the full amount of damage dealt?

Yes.

”Consume Blood” says spend up to 2 Blood Power and gain per Blood Power spent - does spending it mean trading it in for the , or can I spend it and gain the regular benefits in addition to the extra ?

You must spend it only as part of the card’s effect. You cannot receive any other benefit from the Blood Power spent for “Consume Blood”.

When do I spend 4 Blood Power to Heal?

You may spend the Blood Power at any point during the Roll Phase, but the Heal does not actually take place until damage from an Attack is successfully dealt.

Can I use Mesmerize on a roll for a status effect like Blind , Bleed , etc?

Yes. Spending status effects is an Instant Action and Mesmerize can be used on any one die.

Is Bleed persistent or does it get removed after 1 turn?

Neither. Bleed remains (and does damage) until a 5 or 6 is rolled during the Upkeep Phase.

I have 2 Bleeds on me. Do I roll for each Bleed or do I only roll once and on a 5 or 6 remove a single token?

Roll for each individually. Status effects are discreet instances for each token.

My opponent is inflicted with Bleed . They roll, and get a 3. They use “Buh-Bye!” to remove the token. Do they still take the damage?

Yes. The effect was rolled for, and must be resolved, even if the token is removed.

Portal Crawl Turns

During the Portal Crawl, you will engage in battle with various Minions. The first 3 steps of your turn, Move & Explore, are only performed if you are not engaged with a Minion at the beginning of your turn. If you are engaged with a Minion at the beginning of your turn, skip the Move & Explore steps, and immediately proceed to the Minion Battle (steps 4–7).

Move & Explore (only if not engaged)

  1. Spend Salve Salve: Refer to the Scenario Card.
  2. Move: Move any distance across explored Environments to an unexplored Environment or ongoing Minion Battle.
  3. Explore: If you moved to an unexplored Environment during the Move step, reveal it and Resolve all its effects. If a Minion icon is shown, setup & engage the new Minion and proceed to Minion Battle.

Minion Battle (only if engaged)

  1. Spend Salve Salve: Same as above.
  2. First Strike : If applicable, complete Minion Step before Hero Step (below).
  3. Hero Step: Perform a complete Dice Throne turn.
  4. Minion Step: The Minion performs a complete Dice Throne turn (with a few exceptions).

Boss Battle Turns

During a Boss Battle, players will take turns in clockwise order until the Boss or your team is defeated. On your turn…

  1. Spend Salves Salve (optional): If desired, spend to Heal on the shared Health dial (may spend multiple).
  2. Hero Step: Perform a complete Dice Throne turn.
  3. Boss Step: The Boss performs a complete Dice Throne turn (with a few exceptions).

Dice Throne Adventures Setup

When beginning a new campaign, choose a Difficulty Level card (we recommend “Normal” if you are new to Dice Throne) and fill in the following on the Campaign Scoring sheet:

Campaign Scoring Sheet
  1. Difficulty Level

  2. Your Team Name

  3. Your Names

  4. Your Chosen Heroes: You will continue with the same Hero for the whole campaign.

  5. Scenario Score: Indicated on chosen Difficulty Level card.

Game Area Setup

When starting or continuing a campaign, place the following components on the table within reach:

  1. Token Tray

  2. Loot Table

  3. Card Caddy Tray: Make sure the Loot cards are separated into their 4 decks, as indicated by their Loot icons (Common , Rare , Epic , Legendary ), and shuffle each deck.

    If playing a Portal Crawl, also make sure each Level of Minion cards is separated into its own deck and shuffled. Keep Minions and Loot cards in the vac tray.

  4. Scenario Card: 4 Scenario cards exist for each Portal Crawl scenario. Randomly choose one to determine your Portal Crawl map. If you are setting up for a Boss Battle scenario, simply take the associated Scenario card.

Player Setup

  1. Set Health Dial: See Scenario card to determine starting Health value as part of Hero setup.

  2. Take 1 Loot Die Loot Die

  3. Take 1 Turn Order Card

  4. Set up your Hero’s remaining components: As per a normal Dice Throne match, gain and draw .

  5. Salve

    Distribute starting salves: For session one, distribute the Starting Salves indicated on the Scenario card.

    For all other sessions, reference the Starting Salves indicated on the Campaign Scoring sheet. You may distribute Salve Salve tokens amongst your team in any fashion.

    Starting Salves

Next, set up the scenario depending on type — Portal Crawl, or Boss Battle.

Components

Status Effects and Tokens

Achievements!

When someone in your gaming group performs one of these feats, have them initial the box to be remembered forever in your Great Charter!

Download at: achievements.dicethrone.com

Boss Battle

For each Boss Battle scenario, you will be working together to fight a Boss. You and your team will take turns operating the Boss the same way you did for the Minions. Some preparation is necessary.

Refer to the Boss Battle scenario card:

Boss Battle Setup

Boss Battle Setup
  1. Choose 1 Health dial for your team and set it to the amount indicated on the Boss Battle scenario card. When you face a Boss, your team shares a common pool of Health.

  2. In the center of the table, place the following (as you would arrange them for a normal Dice Throne player):

    • Boss’ board , leaflet , Status Effect tokens , and card deck
    • Enemy dial - Health side up
    • Enemy dial - side up
    • 5 Chaos dice Chaos Dice
    • King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens of the quantity indicated on the Boss Battle scenario card
  3. Separate the Boss’ cards into two decks and shuffle each deck:

    • Action deck - Action cards used by the Boss during the battle. All Action cards can be identified by an action star () on the left side of the card.

    • Upgrade deck - Upgrade cards used only for Boss Setup. Upgrade cards can be identified by the upgrade arrow () on the left side of the card.

  4. Set the Boss CP dial to the “Upgrade CP” value indicated on the Boss Battle scenario card.

  5. One by one, turn over the top card from the Boss’ Upgrade deck and place them on the matching Ability of the Boss’ board. For each card:

    Boss Upgrade Cost
    • The Boss spends Upgrade CP according to the card’s cost.
    • When upgrading from a level 2 card to a level 3 card, only spend the difference in cost.
    • If it is a level 2 Upgrade card and the Boss already has the level 3 Upgrade card, discard it and draw another (no Upgrade CP is gained from discarding).
    • If the Boss could place the Upgrade card, but cannot afford the cost, discard it and stop drawing cards.

    Boss board Setup is now complete.

  6. Upgrade cards remaining in the Upgrade deck or discarded can be set aside or returned to the box.

  7. Set the Enemy dial ( side up) to the indicated Starting CP value shown on the Scenario card.

  8. Set the Enemy dial (Health side up) to the indicated Health value shown on the Scenario card.

The Boss is now prepared for battle!

End of Battle

Whether you are victorious or are defeated in battle, you will receive some reward and your journey will continue. (see Scenario Conclusion)

Note: In the rare situation that you and the Boss are reduced to Health at the same time, your team is victorious.

Boss Loot

Boss Loot

Whether you’ve won or lost a Boss Battle, you will now gain Boss Loot. Turn the Loot board over to the Boss Loot side and perform the following steps a number of times equal to the quantity of chests shown under “Boss Loot” in the Conclusion section of the Boss Battle Scenario card.

  1. Each player rolls their Loot die Loot die.

  2. Examine the Boss Loot table and take the top card from the corresponding Common/Rare/Epic/Legendary Loot deck according to the result of your die roll.

  3. Examine the drawn card and choose to either:

    • Immediately add the card to your deck.

    • Discard the card. For each card discarded in this fashion your team will gain 1 Scenario Point, which should be recorded on your Campaign Score sheet (in the “Unclaimed Boss Loot” row).

If your reward is a Loot card of a lower level than one already in your deck, place the lower level card on the bottom of its Loot deck and draw a replacement card from the top. Repeat this as many times as necessary.

Boss Step

During step 3 of a Boss Battle turn the teammate before you now performs the Boss’ turn, which is a standard Dice Throne turn with a few exceptions:

  1. Upkeep Phase

    Resolve applicable status effects.

  2. Income Phase

    Hero Bonus

    The Active Player gains a Hero Bonus of 1 Salve Salve.

    • Increase the Boss dial by . Like Dice Throne Heroes, Bosses can have a maximum of .

    • Draw a card from the Boss Action deck (flip it over and place it back on their deck).

    • The Active Player immediately gains the Hero Bonus shown in the top right corner of the card.

  3. Main Phase (1)

    • If the card drawn during the Income Phase was a Main Phase Action card, the Boss plays it by spending CP equal to the cards CP cost. After resolving the card, place it in the discard pile.

    • If the Boss cannot afford the CP cost of the card or the card would have no effect, the card is sold (discarded), increasing the Boss dial by .

    • If the drawn card is a Roll Phase Action card, ignore it until the Offensive Roll Phase.

  4. Offensive Roll Phase

    1. Roll the 5 Chaos dice Chaos Dice:

      • Roll Objective

        Re-roll any dice that do not match the Roll Objective shown on the last drawn card.

      • Re-roll dice a second time if the Roll Objective has still not been met.

    2. Boss Ability Priority

      Activate an Ability: The Boss then Activates the ability with the highest priority number that it has fulfilled the Activation Requirement for, regardless of what the original Roll Objective was.

    3. Resolve Roll Phase Action cards: If the Boss had drawn a Roll Phase Action card, they now spend CP equal to the cards CP cost and resolve the card’s effect.

      If the card would have no effect, or the Boss cannot afford to play it, it is sold (discarded) at the conclusion of the Defensive Roll Phase for (the card may still be useful if the Boss performs another Offensive Roll Phase due to a successful King’s Hand roll).

      Roll Objective straights example 1

      The 2 is rerolled because only one 2 should be kept.

      Roll Objective straights example 2

      6 is kept because it forms a Small Straight.

      Roll Objective straights example 3

      1 and 6 are re-rolled because neither one forms a Small or Large Straight.

      When the Roll Objective is Straights, adhere to the following rules when choosing which dice to re-roll:

      • Keep exactly one of each 2, 3, 4, and 5 result.

      • Only keep a 1 or 6 value if it is already part of a Small or Large Straight.

      Remember: If the Boss fails to activate an ability on its turn, they will spend one or more King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens in an attempt to start another Offensive Roll Phase.

  5. Targeting Roll Phase

    The Boss targets you (the Hero whose turn it currently is).

  6. Defensive Roll Phase

    If the Boss’ Attack is defendable, activate your Defensive Ability.

  7. Main Phase (2) - Skip this phase.

  8. Discard Phase - Skip this phase.

Campaigns

A campaign consists of 8 scenarios which alternate between two different game modes:

If your team successfully completes a scenario, you will receive rewards, scenario score, and then advance to the next scenario. If your team fails to complete a scenario, you will be required to repeat it until you finally achieve victory (unless otherwise specified by your Difficulty card).

Once you defeat the Mad King, your team has successfully completed the campaign!

Campaign Score

Total Campaign Score

After defeating the Mad King and recording your final session score, total your campaign score by adding up all the “won” and “lost” session scores. This is a great tool when comparing different campaigns of Dice Throne Adventures.

Go to myscore.dicethrone.com to share your score see how others have fared in their conquest for the Throne!

You can download and print more copies of the score sheet from scoresheet.dicethrone.com.

Card Caddy

Loading the Card Caddy

Dice Throne Adventures includes a functional Card Caddy. Before playing your first game, you must first load all the game’s cards and Environment tiles into it. Behind each deck of cards, place the associated divider. Make sure all content is faced with the card backs toward you and the Minion cards closest to you.

Watch a video demonstration of how to load the Card Caddy.

Card Caddy
  1. Level I Minion deck and divider.

  2. Level II Minion deck and divider.

  3. Level III Minion deck and divider.

  4. Level IV Minion deck and divider.

  5. Scenario cards and divider. Behind the Scenario card divider, place Legacy pack A (do not open).

  6. Fallen Barbarian Boss deck and divider.

  7. Fallen Gunslinger Boss deck and divider.

  8. Fallen Monk Boss deck and divider.

  9. Mad King Boss deck and divider.

  10. Legacy packs C & D (do not open). Behind the Legacy packs place an “Other cards” divider. This area is also handy for storing your Hero’s extra unused card sleeves.

  11. Common Loot cards and divider.

  12. Rare Loot cards and divider.

  13. Epic Loot cards and divider.

  14. Legendary Loot cards and divider.

  15. Turn Order Player aids and Difficulty cards. Behind these cards place an “Other cards” divider.

  16. Legacy pack B (do not open).

  17. Place each stack of Environment tiles. Each Level of Environments should be together. Also place the Crimson Sands and Boss Portal Tile here.

Assigning a Banker

We recommend that before starting the game, assign the duty of “Banker” to one player at the table. The Banker should give cards directly from the Card Caddy to players when necessary.

Explore

Exploring new Environments promises many rewards for adventurers, but also grave danger… and unless a fellow Hero arrives to help later on, you will face these alone.

After moving to an unexplored Environment, collect any items present on the face-down tile:

Next, you must flip over the Environment tile. The tile may show multiple features, which (if present) are dealt with in the following order:

Environment Tiles
  1. Increase your dial by the indicated amount.
  2. Increase the Gold dial by the indicated amount.
  3. Deal with mandatory actions or optional choices. Unless otherwise specified, these only apply to you.
  4. Draw and reveal a new level I/II/III/IV Minion card from its deck, perform the Minion setup steps, and then engage it in battle!

Note: Instant Action cards or spendable status effects may still be used to alter any dice rolls. You cannot use Main Phase or Roll Phase cards outside of battles.

First Strike

Any Minion with First Strike will always Attack the Hero first in a Portal Crawl turn. So, if the minion you're engaged with has First Strike , perform the Minion Step before (instead of after) the Hero Step.

Note: If a Minion with First Strike is defeated during its turn, you still get your full turn afterwards. Even though there is no longer an enemy, you might still activate an ability which provides other benefits.

Other DTA Game Modes

Boss vs Many Mode

Boss vs Many is a 3–5 player alternate game mode that allows you to play a Boss Battle with one player playing as the Boss! All standard Dice Throne rules apply, with the following exceptions:

Heroes Setup Changes

Boss Setup Changes

Start Player

Turn Order

All players, including the Boss player, take turns in clockwise order performing a standard Dice Throne turn.

King’s Hand

King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens are a Unique Status Effect (Stack Limit: 5): Cannot be removed or transferred by any means.

When a King’s Hand King’s Hand token is spent, roll a Loot die Loot Die:

Targeting Phase

The Heroes always target the Boss.

The Boss, however, must roll for the Targeting Phase. Who they Attack is determined by rolling 1 Chaos die Chaos Die.

2 Heroes vs Boss
3 Heroes vs Boss
4 Heroes vs Boss

Boss vs Boss Mode

Boss vs Boss is a 2-player alternate game mode that allows you and an opponent to square off in a normal 1vs1 Dice Throne duel! All standard Dice Throne rules apply, with the following exceptions:

Setup Changes

King’s Hand

King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens are a Unique Status Effect (Stack Limit: 5): Cannot be removed or transferred by any means.

When a King’s Hand King’s Hand token is spent, roll a Loot die Loot die:

Hero Step

Perform a complete Dice Throne turn (see your Hero’s Turn Order card).

  1. Upkeep Phase: Resolve applicable status effects

  2. Income Phase: Gain and draw

  3. Main Phase (1)

  4. Offensive Roll Phase: Perform up to 3 Roll Attempts to activate an ability

  5. Targeting Roll Phase: Your target is the Boss or the Minion that you are currently engaged with

  6. Defensive Roll Phase: The Boss or Minion performs their Defensive Ability

  7. Main Phase (2): Identical to Main Phase (1)

  8. Discard Phase: Sell cards until you have or fewer cards in your hand

The King’s Hand

King’s Hand

King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens are Unique Status Effects that cannot be removed or transferred.

They are used as potentially battle-saving comebacks by Bosses and powerful Minions displaying a King’s Hand King’s Hand symbol. Spending King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens is not optional.

Some powerful Minions start with 1 King’s Hand King’s Hand token, specified on their card (see step in “Minion Setup”).

Because scenarios scale in difficulty, so do the details surrounding King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens:

Starting tokens: The number of King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens the Boss/Minion begins with.

Max tokens spent per turn: How many King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens the Boss/Minion can spend in a single turn.

Successful roll values: Whenever a King’s Hand King’s Hand is spent, a single Chaos die Chaos Die is rolled. If its value is within the specified range, the King’s Hand King’s Hand activates successfully.

Note: The result of a King’s Hand King’s Hand die roll may be manipulated by applicable cards/tokens.

King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens are automatically spent by the Boss/Minion during two situations:

A. No Ability Activated

If the Boss/Minion fails to Activate an Ability during their Offensive Roll Phase (for any reason):

  1. Remove any non-persistent Negative Status Effects that would normally be removed at the end of the Roll Phase (e.g. Barbed Vine , Entangle )
  2. Roll 1 Chaos die Chaos Die.
  3. A successful King’s Hand King’s Hand roll gives the Boss/Minion another Offensive Roll Phase. See Scenario card to determine successful roll value for your current scenario.

B. When Targeted With An Ultimate

If you activate an Ultimate Ability against the Boss/Minion:

  1. Roll 1 Chaos die Chaos Die.
  2. A successful King’s Hand King’s Hand roll forces you to re-roll 1 of your dice.

Legacy Content

Legacy Content

When you beat the game for the first time you will unlock Legacy Content! This is as much as we are willing to say on the subject, as you will discover it on your own, and it will guide you in how to use it when it is revealed.

Loot Cards

In Dice Throne Adventures, you are able to upgrade your Hero with powerful Loot cards. These cards:

Equipment Cards

Equipment Card

Some Loot cards are classified as Equipment (indicated in the center of the card). When playing an Equipment card:

Upgrading loot Cards

Many Loot cards you find will be a higher level version of a card you might already have in your deck.

Important: You cannot have two Hero Action or Equipment cards of the same name in your deck. For Example: you cannot have both “So Wild!” and “So Wild III!” in your deck.

Any time you would like to add a Loot card of a higher level than one already in your deck, you must remove the lower level card from your deck. If the lower level card is a:

Swap Icon

The “So Wild III” features a symbol. When you draw this card from the Rare Loot deck, you know you must find and replace the common “So Wild” card already in your deck.

Deck Size Limit

You can have a maximum of 50 cards in your deck. If you go above this amount you must remove a Loot card from your deck before the start of the next scenario, returning the card to the bottom of the appropriate Loot deck.

Custom card sleeves from dicethrone.com come in packs of 50, which helps you keep track of how many cards are in your deck.

If you do not use sleeves, you may need to count your cards as you advance to higher scenario levels to stay at/under the 50 card limit.

Loot Chests

You will find Loot Chests while exploring Environments and from defeating Minions. They contain many possible rewards but what you receive comes down to fate.

To discover your reward, Heroes gaining Loot should roll their Loot die Loot die and compare the result with the relevant row of the Loot Table ( ).

Loot table

Loot Table

Gain Bonus Damage Token: Take 1 corresponding Bonus Damage token.

Gain CP : Increase your CP dial by the indicated amount.

Draw Cards : Draw the indicated number of cards from your deck. If this causes you to have more than 6 cards, do not discard any until your Discard Phase.

Gain Health : Increase your Health dial by the indicated amount.

Gain Gold Gold: Increase the Gold dial by the indicated amount.

Gain Unidentified Loot Card : Take the top card from the Common/Rare/Epic/Legendary Loot deck. Without looking at it, tuck it face-down under the corresponding column of your Hero board. This will keep track of the rarity level of the card.

Tuck Loot Cards

All Hero boards have four columns of abilities. Going from left to right, tuck the Common/Rare/Epic/Legendary cards in each column.

Important: You cannot use cards or abilities to re-roll or change the result (even if the card says ‘any dice’), unless the card specifically mentions the Loot die.

Minion Battle

If you become engaged, or begin your turn already engaged with a Minion, you must battle and defeat the Minion before you may move again.

With a few exceptions, battling Minions is no different from battling regular Dice Throne opponents.

Follow steps 4–7 of a Portal Crawl turn when battling a Minion…

  1. Spend Salve Salve: Refer to the Scenario Card.
  2. First Strike (if applicable): Complete Minion Step before Hero Step.
  3. Hero Step: Perform a complete Dice Throne turn (see your Hero’s Turn Order card).
  4. Minion Step: The Minion completes a Dice Throne turn (with a few modifications).

End Of Turn

If you and the Minion are still alive, the next player takes their turn.

You remain engaged with the Minion on your next turn, unless another Hero defeats it before the start of your next turn.

If You Defeat The Minion

When this Minion is defeated, the Active Player receives any non-Loot Chest rewards. However, Loot Chests always have something in them for all Heroes (i.e. all Heroes roll a Loot die Loot die and receive a reward from the Loot Table based on their roll).

Place the defeated Minion card at the bottom of its deck.

If The Minion Defeats You

Minion Step

During the Minion’s Offensive and Defensive Roll Phases, the teammate who’s before you in the turn order should roll the Chaos dice Chaos Dice for the Minion.

Perform a complete Dice Throne turn with the following exceptions:

  1. Upkeep Phase: Resolve applicable status effects and Passive Abilities.

  2. Income Phase: Skip this phase.

  3. Main Phase (1): Skip this phase.

  4. Offensive Roll Phase

    Roll the 5 Chaos dice Chaos Dice and:

    • Re-roll any dice that do not match the Minion’s Roll Objective or which exceed the required quantity of a symbol.

    • Re-roll dice a second time if the Roll Objective has still not been met.

    When the Roll Objective is Straights, adhere to the following rules when choosing which dice to re-roll:

    • Keep exactly one of each 2, 3, 4, and 5 result.

    • Only keep a 1 or 6 value if it is already part of a Small or Large Straight.

    The Minion performs the best ability that it has fulfilled the Activation Requirement for, including any Passive Abilities.

  5. Targeting Roll Phase: The Minion targets you (the Hero whose turn it currently is).

  6. Defensive Roll Phase: If the Minion’s Attack is defendable, activate your Defensive Ability. Spend any applicable status effect tokens.

  7. Main Phase (2): Skip this phase.

  8. Discard Phase: Skip this phase.

Minions

When exploring a new Environment, you may become engaged with a Minion .

Before you begin the Minion Battle, you must draw a random Minion card from the appropriate Minion deck and perform the following setup steps:

  1. Enemy Health Dial

    Take 1 Enemy dial and set the Health side to the indicated starting Health.

  2. Take 5 Chaos dice Chaos Dice.

  3. If the Minion displays a King’s Hand King’s Hand symbol, the Minion begins the battle with a King’s Hand King’s Hand token. Read the King’s Hand tokens section of the Scenario card before continuing.

Minon Cards

Minion Card
  1. King’s Hand King’s Hand
  2. First Strike

  3. Starting Health

  4. Starting

  5. Offensive Ability

  6. Activation Requirement: Just like a standard Dice Throne Hero, all Minions have one or more Offensive Abilities used to Attack you during their Offensive Roll Phase.

  7. Passive Ability: Some Minions have a Passive Ability which should be carried out every Minion turn when possible.

  8. Defensive Ability: Defense works the same for Minions as it does for Heroes. When the Minion is Attacked, the player rolling on behalf of the Minion will roll the indicated number of Chaos dice Chaos Dice to determine the Minion’s defense results.

    Note: Some Minions have a Unique Defense Unique Defense which is activated against all damage types apart from Ultimate Abilities unless stated otherwise.

  9. Minion Rewards: When this Minion is defeated, the Active Player receives any non-Loot Chest rewards. However, Loot Chests always have something in them for all Heroes.

    Example: when the Raging Berserker is defeated, the team is rewarded a Legendary Loot Chest , which allows each player to roll their Loot die Loot die and receive their reward.

  10. Roll Objective: Roll Objective indicates what the Minion is trying to achieve during their Offensive Roll Phase. As per standard Dice Throne rules, the Minion will have 3 Roll Attempts, using the Chaos dice, setting aside any dice that match their Roll Objective (see “Minion Step”).

Move

When moving, your Hero Standee must travel any distance through a chain of previously explored (face up) Environment tiles until you reach one of the following destinations:

An Unexplored Environment

Travel to an unexplored (face down) Environment tile which you then explore.

An Ongoing Minion Battle

Join a teammate who is currently engaged with a Minion on an explored Environment tile. You also become engaged with this Minion and immediately proceed to the Minion Battle.

Move

The Gunslinger has the option to move to either of the unexplored level I Environment tiles to discover what is there, or join the Barbarian in his current battle and engange with the Fairy Minion.

You cannot:

Minions & Bosses are Players

Portal Crawl

Portal Crawl Objective

To complete a Portal Crawl, players must explore the Boss Portal tile and defeat the Level IV Minion guarding it. The Boss Portal may not be explored until all 3 Portal Shards have been collected from the map.

To collect Portal Shards, Heroes must explore an Environment with a Portal Shard on it, adding that Portal Shard to the Boss Portal tile.

Along the way you will discover helpful Loot Chests and Salves Salve, but each step is fraught with danger as the Mad King’s Minions lie in wait, ready for battle…

Setup

After finishing the Game Area setup, place the following components on the table within reach:

Now, build the Portal Crawl map following these steps:

  1. Place the Crimson Sands Crimson Sands starting tile. Then place face-down the Boss Portal Boss Portal, and randomly drawn Environments Lvl 1 Environment Lvl 2 Environment Lvl 3 Environment Lvl 4 Environment, as indicated on the Scenario card.

  2. Place the 3 Portal Shards Portal Shards, Loot Chests , and Salve Salve tokens on the indicated tiles.

  3. Place your Hero Standees on the Crimson Sands Crimson Sands tile.

Portal Crawl Map Setup

Set your team’s Gold dial to the “Starting Gold” value indicated on the Scenario card.

Start Player

To determine the starting player, all Heroes must roll their Loot die Loot die. The player who rolls the highest number goes first.

You are now ready to begin your adventure!

Completing The Portal Crawl

If a Hero’s Health was reduced to 0 and could not be revived by any teammate, your team has lost the scenario.

Once you defeat the Level IV Minion revealed after exploring the Boss Portal tile and all Heroes are not engaged with a Minion, your team has won the scenario.

Proceed to Scenario Conclusion.

Salve

Salve

Salve tokens are used to Heal wounds or revive a teammate.

During Portal Crawls

You may choose to spend any number of Salves Salve to Heal yourself. For each Salve Salve spent, Heal the amount indicated at the bottom left of the Scenario card.

Salves may only be used:

Salves Salve are Unique Status Effects and cannot be removed or transferred. Salves Salve are also spent to revive fallen teammates to Health but may not be used to revive yourself.

During Boss Battles

You may choose to spend Salves Salve to Heal on your team’s shared Health dial (may spend multiple).

Note: Salves Salve may not be spent to revive fallen teammates in a Boss Battle.

Scenario Cards

A campaign alternates between Portal Crawl and Boss Battle scenarios. Scenario cards provide setup and and other details.

Show card type:

Portal Crawl Scenario Cards

Portal Crawl Scenario Card
  1. Scenario Number: Each campaign consists of 8 scenarios. This is an example of the first scenario.
  2. Game Mode: A scenario is either a Portal Crawl or a Boss Battle.
  3. Map Layout: Refer to this when you set up a Portal Crawl.
  4. Salve: The effects of Salve Salve during this scenario.
  5. Hero Setup: Details the starting value of players’ Health dial(s) and the team’s Gold dial, depending on whether there are 1/2/3/4 Heroes. If you are just starting out on your adventure, it also indicates the number of Salves Salve to be distributed amongst your team.

    e.g. In a 2-player game each Hero will start with 18 Health and the Gold dial will be set to 10.

  6. Conclusion: Details what to do upon your team’s victory or defeat.

  7. King’s Hand Tokens: Should be referred back to when you face powerful Minions who use these tokens.

Boss Battle Scenario Cards

Boss Battle Scenario Card
  1. Scenario Number: Each campaign consists of 8 scenarios. This is an example of the second scenario.
  2. Game Mode: A scenario is either a Portal Crawl or a Boss Battle.
  3. Boss: This is the Boss the heroes are battling!
  4. Salve: The effects of Salve Salve during this scenario.
  5. Hero Setup: Heroes share a Health dial, which starts at 50.

  6. Boss Setup: Starting values of Boss's Health, Upgrade CP, and Starting CP during setup, depending on whether there are 1/2/3/4 Heroes.

    E.g., in a 2-player game this Boss will start with 70 Health, 8 Upgrade CP, and 2 Starting CP.

  7. Conclusion: Details what to do upon your team’s victory or defeat.

  8. King’s Hand Tokens: Refer to this during setup and when the Boss uses these tokens.

    Here in a 2-player game, the Fallen Barbarian starts with 2 King’s Hand King’s Hand tokens.

Scenario Conclusion

After completing a game session of either a Portal Crawl or a Boss Battle, you must perform the 3 conclusion steps below (which are also described on your Scenario card). Before performing conclusion steps, first clean up all of your Hero’s components except for unidentified Loot cards. But keep your deck handy as you will be adding Loot cards to it.

1. Shop / Boss Loot

Permanently upgrade your deck by adding Loot cards. If the current scenario is a Portal Crawl, see “Shop”. Otherwise, see “Boss Loot”.

2. Record Win / Loss & Increase Starting Salves

Record the results of your session on the Campaign Scoring sheet.

Recording A Win

Record win on Score sheet - record the following in the green boxes (when applicable):

Recording a Win

The above example shows scoring for a Portal Crawl and therefore the Unclaimed Boss Loot is left blank.

  1. Scenario #: In the top left corner of the Scenario card.

  2. Remaining Salves: 1 Scenario Point for each remaining Salve Salve your team didn’t use.

  3. Starting Salves for next session: Record the total number of Salves Salve your team still has in the Starting Salve box for next session.

  4. Unspent Gold (Portal Crawl Only): 1 Scenario Point for every 5 unspent Gold your team has remaining after the Shop Phase has concluded.

  5. Unclaimed Boss Loot cards (Boss Battle Only): 1 Scenario Point for each Boss Loot card your team chose not to keep.

  6. Explored All tiles (Portal Crawl Only): 5 Scenario Points if your team explored every tile during a Portal Crawl.

  7. Scenario Score: Points equal to the Scenario Score (in the top right of your Scoring sheet).

  8. Session Score: The total of the above values.

Recording a Loss

When your team is defeated, you will repeat the scenario. When you repeat it, your team will be given 3 more Starting Salves Salve than you began the previous session with.

Record loss on Score sheet - record the following:

Recording a loss

The green boxes in the example above are all left blank because the team was defeated.

  1. Scenario #: in the top left corner of the Scenario card.

  2. Starting Salves for next session: Add 3 to your current session’s Starting Salve value and record it in the Starting Salve box for next session.

  3. Session Score: Write “–10” (negative 10).

Important: None of the green boxes on your Score sheet are filled in when your team is defeated.

3. Advance or Repeat the Scenario

After completing a scenario, any Boss cards, Environment tiles, and Minion cards used in the scenario should be shuffled back into their respective decks and placed back into the Card Caddy before setting up the next scenario.

If Your Team Won

Advance to the next scenario: Advance to the next scenario with any new Loot cards obtained.

If Your Team Lost

Repeat the scenario: Repeat this scenario (drawing a new Scenario card only if it’s a Portal Crawl) with 3 more Salves Salve and any new Loot cards obtained.

Shop

After completing a Portal Crawl, it’s time to spend your hard-earned Gold at Rosella’s Shop.

1. Gold total per player

Gold Dial

Round the amount on the Gold dial up to the nearest 5 Gold Gold, with all Heroes receiving this amount of Gold to spend in the shop.

Tip: Use your own Health dial to track how much Gold you have to spend.

Example: If the Gold dial shows 27 Gold, increase this to 30, and all Heroes have 30 Gold to spend.

2. Deal Shop Cards

Deal each player a hand of Loot cards of the amount and type indicated in the Conclusion section of the Scenario card.

Important: Players may look at these Loot cards, but not at any Unidentified Loot cards they gathered during the Portal Crawl.

3. Gain Cards

Perform any of the actions below, any number of times and in any order.

Buy: Spend Gold to add one of the cards dealt to you during Step 2 (“Deal Shop cards”) to your deck. See the Shopkeeper leaflet’s Price Tag for its cost.

Loot Card Costs

Identify: Spend 10 Gold Gold to Identify an Unidentified Loot card. The identified Loot card is instantly added to your deck.

Sell: Unidentified Loot cards (or any Loot card currently in your deck), may be sold for 5 Gold Gold each.

Clean Up

After finishing the Shop phase, all obtained cards are shuffled into your deck for use during the next scenario.

All Unidentified cards and Shop cards that were not bought or identified are returned to their respective Loot decks.

Note: Unidentified loot cards cannot be carried over to the next scenario.

Boss

Previously defeated in battle by the Mad King and now in his eternal servitude, they are found in the Boss Battle scenarios after each Portal Crawl.

Boss Board

Each boss has a board that has the same information as a hero board.

Boss Portal

Boss Portal

The final Environment you need to explore to complete a Portal Crawl. May not be explored until all 3 Portal Shards Poral Shards have been collected.

Chaos Dice

The 5 dice Chaos Dice used by Minions and Bosses.

Difficulty

Dice Throne Adventures can be played at different difficulty levels. The difficulty card will tell you how many points each scenario win is worth, and will also tell you what adjustments to the base game need to be made (if any) to play at the higher difficulty.

Engaged

Whenever a hero is on an Environment tile with a Minion, they are engaged in battle. They remain engaged until the Minion is defeated, or the players lose the Portal Crawl.

A Hero can never be engaged with more than one Minion at a time.

Environment Tile

Your team moves across and explores these during a Portal Crawl.

Equipment Card

A special Loot card whose effects remain in play for the duration of the scenario.

Gold

Gold Dial

Gold is gained during a Portal Crawl and spent at the Shop to buy new Loot cards.

Use the Gold Dial to track the amount of Gold gained by your team.

Loot Die

20-sided die that is rolled when you gain Loot. It can only be re-rolled or have its result changed by cards and abilities that specifically mention the Loot die Loot die.

Loot

The rewards gained from Boss Loot and Loot Chests:

“No Solo” symbol

Do not use if playing a solo game. Put on the bottom of its respective deck and draw another card.

Roll Objective

The dice results a Minion or Boss is aiming for to Activate an Offensive Ability.

Scenario Points

Used to calculate your Session Score and eventually your Campaign Score — which lets you compare your accomplishments with those of other teams.

In a Portal Crawl you gain Scenario Points for:

In a Boss Battle you gain Scenario Points for:

Record the Scenario Points you gain during Scenario Conclusion.

Session Score

The total number of Scenario Points gained (or lost) from a Portal Crawl or Boss Battle. Used to calculate your Campaign Score, which lets you compare your accomplishments with those of other teams. Recorded during Scenario Conclusion.

Swap Icon

Indicates that a Loot card replaces a common Dice Throne card in a Hero’s deck.

Unique Defense Unique Defense

Activated against all damage types apart from Ultimate Abilities unless stated otherwise.

Unidentified Loot card

Any Common/Rare/Epic/Legendary Loot card gained from a Loot Chest and stored under your Hero board until the Shop Phase. Do not look at the card. You won’t discover what it is unless you pay 10 Gold Gold to identify it during the Shop Phase.

Accuracy

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend to make your Attack undefendable:

A player with this token may spend it at the conclusion of their Offensive Roll Phase to make their Attack undefendable. Attack Modifier.

Back Strike

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend to deal half of 1 dmg when Attacked:

When a player with Back Strike receives dmg as a result of an opponent’s Offensive Roll Phase, they may choose to spend this token. If spent, roll 1 . Then deal ½ the value as dmg (rounded up) to the attacking player.

Barbed Vine

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Receive dmg for additional Roll Attempts:

A player afflicted with this token receives dmg for each Roll Attempt beyond the first during their Offensive Roll Phase, up to a maximum of dmg per turn. This token is removed and then this dmg is applied at the conclusion of the Roll Phase.

Bleed

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Roll 1 in Upkeep Phase. On 1–4, receive dmg, otherwise, remove token:

A player afflicted with this token must roll 1 during their Upkeep Phase. On 1–4, they are dealt dmg. On 5–6, remove this token.

Blessing of Divinity

Unique Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Prevent being defeated:

The next time a player (or team) with this token would have their health reduced to , remove this token and set their health to instead. This token may not be removed or transferred by any other means.

Blind

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

On 1–2, fail Offensive Roll Phase:

The next time a player afflicted with this token concludes their Offensive Roll Phase, they must remove it and roll 1 . On 1–2, their Offensive Roll Phase fails and has no effect of any kind.

Blinding Light

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Roll 1 to fail or reduce Attack dmg:

The next time a player afflicted with this token concludes their Offensive Roll Phase, they must remove this token and roll 1 :

Blood Power

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 4

A player with these tokens may spend them to activate each effect once per turn:

Bonus Damage

Bonus Damage

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

Bonus Damage tokens add the indicated amount of damage to an Attack. Attack Modifier.

If you gain a Bonus Damage token while at Stack Limit, you must either replace a previous Bonus Damage token, or discard the new Bonus Damage token.

Bounty

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Receive +1 dmg & Attacker gets :

When a player afflicted with this token is Attacked by an opponent, the attacker increases their dmg by and gains 1 CP. Persistent.

Burn

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Receive dmg in Upkeep Phase:

A player afflicted with this token receives dmg during their Upkeep Phase. Persistent.

Chaos

Chaos Token

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 6

These tokens are gained and spent by various Minions and Bosses to power certain abilities. The specific Minion/Boss ability indicates how these tokens are used. These tokens may not be used by Heroes.

Chi

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 5

A player may spend these tokens to increase or reduce dmg:

Chi tokens may be spent at any time to prevent incoming damage per token.

Alternatively, you may spend Chi to increase Attack dmg by per token spent. Chi may not be used to increase dmg the turn that it was gained. Attack Modifier.

Cleanse

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 3

Remove one status effect:

A player with this token may discard it at any time to remove a single status effect from themselves.

Concussion

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Skip Income Phase:

A player afflicted with this token must skip their Income Phase and then remove this token.

Constrict

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend or lose one roll attempt:

A player afflicted with this token gets 1 fewer Roll Attempts during their next Offensive Roll Phase. This roll attempt may be reacquired at any time for . At the conclusion of the Roll Phase, remove this token.

Crit

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend to add dmg to your Attack:

If a player with this token is dealing at least dmg as a result of their Offensive Roll Phase, this token may be spent to deal dmg. Attack Modifier.

Cursed Doubloon

Cursed Doubloon

Unique Status Effect | Stack limit: 5/3

Receive dmg in Upkeep Phase (except Pirate):

Delayed Poison

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

Receive dmg at the end of your turn:

A player afflicted with this token removes it at the conclusion of their turn and then receives dmg.

Dominance

Unique Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

When a player with this token Attacks, they must roll 1 :

This token may not be transferred by any means (but can be removed).

Dryad Spirit

Dryad Spirit

Companion | Stack limit: 1

Entangle

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Lose 1 Roll Attempt:

A player afflicted with this token gets 1 fewer Roll Attempts during their next Offensive Roll Phase. At the conclusion of the Roll Phase, remove this token.

Evasive

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 3

Spend & roll 1–2 to dodge incoming damage:

When a player with Evasive receives damage, they may choose to spend this token. If spent, roll 1 . If the outcome is 1–2, no damage is received (although other associated effects may still apply). Multiple Evasive tokens may be spent in an attempt to prevent the same source of damage.

Fire Mastery

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 5

Remove 1 token per turn:

A player with this token must “cool off” during their Upkeep Phase by removing 1 token (Fire Mastery increases the power of various abilities).

Flight

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 3

Roll 2 to dodge or make undefendable:

A player with this token may spend it at any time during the Roll Phase. Once spent, roll 2 . If a 6 was rolled, Activate this token. If Activated during the Offensive Roll Phase, this player’s Attack becomes undefendable. If Activated during the Defensive Roll Phase, ignore all incoming damage.

Heal Bot

Heal Bot

Companion | Activation limit: 2

You may Activate this Bot up to two times after being Attacked with at least dmg. Upon activation, roll 1 :

Hex

Unique Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Whenever a player afflicted with this token rolls a 6, it’s as if their die has been altered to a blank die face that has no value. At the conclusion of their turn, remove this token. This token may not be transferred by any means (but can be removed).

Holy Presence

Unique Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

Deal dmg to all opponents:

During their Upkeep Phase, a player with this token deals dmg to all opponents. This token may not be transferred by any means (but can be removed).

Honor

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

Spend to increase Attack dmg:

Spend to increase your Attack dmg by or spend 2 Honor to increase your Attack dmg by . Attack Modifier.

Knockdown

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend or skip Offensive Roll Phase:

To remove this token, a player afflicted with it must spend before the start of their Offensive Roll Phase. If the player does not, they must skip their Offensive Roll Phase and then remove this token.

Life Siphon

Unique Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

If your Offensive Roll Phase results in an Attack, Steal 1 Health. Attack Modifier. Persistent. This token may not be transferred by any means (but can be removed).

Mesmerize

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Force an opponent to re-roll a die:

A player with this token may spend it and roll 1 . On 5–6, you may force the opponent to re-roll any 1 die.

Nanite

Nanite

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 3

Deals dmg based on number of Nanites:

When Detonated, remove all tokens and deal dmg based on the number of Nanites Nanite on each player:

During Upkeep Phase, a player rolls 1 per Nanite Nanite they are afflicted with: on 6, remove this token.

Nanobot

Nanobot

Companion | Activation limit: 1

You may Activate this Bot during your Upkeep Phase. Upon activation, Detonate all Nanites.

Ninjutsu

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 3

Spend & roll to modify your Attack:

After Attacking, a player with this token may spend it and roll 1 :

Nyra

Nyra

Companion

Nyra’s Bond

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Distribute damage received between Huntress & Nyra:

Parasite

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

During their Upkeep Phase, if a player inflicted with this token has a Positive Status Effect, they receive dmg. Additionally, if they spend a Positive Status Effect to successfully prevent or avoid dmg, remove Parasite and they receive as an isolated source of undefendable dmg.

Parlay

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Deal no dmg when Attacking:

A player afflicted with Parlay may not deal any damage as a result of their Offensive Roll Phase (although other effects may still apply). At the conclusion of the Roll Phase, remove this token.

Poison

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 3

Receive dmg in Upkeep Phase:

A player afflicted with this token is dealt dmg per Poison token during the Upkeep Phase of their turn. Persistent.

Portal Shards

Portal Shards

You must collect all 3 Poral Shards on every Portal Crawl. When collected, they are placed on the Boss Portal, which then allows you to face its powerful Minion.

Powder Keg

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Roll 1 in Upkeep Phase. On 1–2, receive dmg, on 6 pass it to anyone:

A player afflicted with this token must roll 1 during their Upkeep Phase. On 1–2, the Keg blows up. On 3–5, nothing happens. On 6, the player afflicted with Powder Keg may transfer the token to a chosen player. Additionally, if a player becomes inflicted with Powder Keg while already inflicted with Powder Keg, the first Keg immediately blows up. When a Keg blows up, remove it and deal as an isolated source of undefendable dmg.

Protect

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Prevent incoming damage:

A player with this token may spend it at any time to prevent incoming damage (rounded up).

Reload

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

Spend & add ½ of 1 to Attack dmg:

If a player concludes their Offensive Roll Phase with an Attack, they may spend this token. If spent, roll 1 and add ½ the value as dmg (rounded up). Attack Modifier.

Retribution

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend when Attacked to deal ½ dmg back:

This token may be spent after being Attacked as a result of an opponent’s Offensive Roll Phase to deal half of the incoming dmg (rounded up) back to the Attacker.

Sapling Spirit

Sapling Spirit

Companion | Stack limit: 2

Seedling Spirit

Seedling Spirit

Companion | Stack limit: 3

Shadows

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

A player with this token avoids damage:

When a player with this token is damaged as a result of an opponent’s Offensive Roll Phase, no damage is received and no defense is made (although the attack still “succeeds” & other effects may apply). Discard this token after the affected player starts & concludes a single turn while under its effects.

Shame

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

Reduces Attack dmg by :

When a player afflicted by Shame would deal dmg as a result of their Offensive Roll Phase, remove this token and reduce that dmg by . Attack Modifier.

Shock Bot

Shock Bot

Companion | Activation limit: 1

If your Offensive Roll Phase results in an Attack, you may Activate this Bot. Upon activation, increase that dmg by . This Bot may never be activated twice in one turn.

Silence

Unique Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

A player afflicted with this token may not Activate their Small Straight or Large Straight abilities. At the conclusion of their turn, remove this token.

Smoke Bomb

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend & roll 1–3 to avoid damage:

When a player with this token receives dmg, they may choose to spend it. If spent, roll 1 . If the outcome is 1–3, no dmg is received (although other associated effects may still apply).

Sneak Attack

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Spend to add 1 to your Attack dmg:

After Attacking, a player with this token may spend it and roll 1 to add the value of the die to their damage total. Attack Modifier.

Stun

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Perform another Offensive Roll Phase:

A player afflicted with this token may take no actions of any kind (i.e. no cards may be played, no defense may be made, no status tokens or passive abilities may be used, etc). After the Attack concludes, the player who inflicted Stun removes the token and then immediately targets the same opponent with an additional Offensive Roll Phase (if this opponent is removed from the battlefield, this additional Offensive Roll Phase is forfeited).

Synth

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 7

Spend during Main Phase to:

Spend to Activate Bots:

Tactical Advantage

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 5

A player with these tokens may spend them at any time for a variety of effects:

Targeted

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

+2 incoming Attack damage:

When a player afflicted with this token is Attacked by an opponent, the attacker increases their dmg by . Persistent.

Wellspring

Positive Status Effect | Stack limit: 1

Heal ½ of 1 during Main Phase:

A player with this token may spend it during their Main Phase & roll 1 : gain ½ the value as Health (rounded up).

Wither

Negative Status Effect | Stack limit: 2

Attacker deals −1 dmg per token:

If a player with a Wither token would deal damage as a result of their Offensive Roll Phase, reduce that dmg by per Wither token. Persistent.

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