Dungeons & Dragons: Assault of the Giants Board Game
A Dungeons & Dragons board game designed by Andrew Parks, Assault of the Giants challenges 2-6 players to command one of the six types of giants and claim the right to rule over all giantkind. Command giants and assault settlements to score points and secure important resources, including food, treasure, ore, and runes. Also, pursue special agendas based upon their race - Storm Giants seek to restore their lost monarch, King Hekaton, Cloud Giants covet an ancient dragon treasure trove, and Hill Giants crave an abundance of food with which to feed their massive leader, Chief Guh.
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