Dragon Dice: Battlefields Expansion
Defend and control the field of battle with Battlefields, featuring new dice for the Dragon Dice game including new Feylands (red/green) and Wastelands (red/blue) terrains, and special terrains like Dragon's Lair, Vortex, Grove, and SFR Castle.
Each provides its own unique special effects for the general strong enough to capture it. The Battlefields expansion also includes minor terrains - lesser objectives that you can bring into the game to provide special effects for your army.
Each Battlefields box includes seven terrain dice in a random assortment: one Feyland and one Wasteland terrain, each in a random mix of eight types; two special frontier terrains in a random mix of four types and color combinations; and three minor terrains in a random mix of six color combinations and four types.
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