You and your adventuring companions have spent all day slogging through the Dungeon, killing monsters and taking their stuff! Now you're back in town, healed up, cleaned up, and ready to party at the Red Dragon Inn with four new members of the party!
Drink, gamble, and roughhouse with your friends. But don't forget to keep an eye on your Gold. If you run out, you'll have to spend the night in the stables. Oh . . . and try not to get too beaten up or too drunk. If you black out, your friends will continue the party without you . . . after they loot your body for Gold of course!
The last conscious adventurer with Gold wins the game!
Take on the role of one of these heroic fantasy adventurers - Gog, Fleck, Eve, or Dimli - and enjoy an evening at the Red Dragon Inn!
The Red Dragon Inn 2 can be combined with The Red Dragon Inn for games with up to 8 players!
Eve the Illusionist: Eve defies description, mostly because no one knows exactly what she really looks like without her illusions. Her powers have saved her fellow adventurers countless times from extremely gullible monsters.
The Good: Eve is a very skilled Illusionist
The Bad: She's been known to use her skills on her fellow party members when she gets bored.
Fleck the Bard: Fleck is a dashing half-elf, always ready with a smile or a song. His heroic tales and stirring lute-playing raises his friends spirits, filling them with courage as they face teh horrors of the deep dungeon.
The Good: Women want him. Men want to be him.
The Bad: Sometimes . . . well, okay, often . . . it goes to his head.
Dimli the Dwarf: Dimli loves gold, axes, and ale. He always seems to have a stash of gold secreted away somewhere. He's really, really good with his Dwarven Axes. He's not so good with darts, though. When he starts playing, duck.
The Good: He's got a lot of gold and can pretty much drink anyone under the table.
The Bad: Sometimes he gets a little grumpy . . .
Gog the Half Ogre: Gog the Half Ogre is big, green, and dumb. But he tries hard. He's really a nice guy once you get to know him . . . if you can get past the smell and the fact that he's got two left feet. Never, ever, dance with Gog. As you can guess, hanging around with Gog is likely to get you hurt.
The Good: Gog is really strong!
The Bad: "Sorry! Gog not know own strength!"
Ages 13 and up