Dungeons & Dragons: Rock Paper Wizard
A fast-paced, high-energy card game that combines strategy, luck, and a wee bit of hand coordination, players in this brand-new Dungeons & Dragons edition of Rock Paper Wizard have just defeated a fiery dragon in a treacherous cave. Now, you and your fellow wizards argue over how to distribute the shares of treasure left behind and do what every self-respecting wizard does - initiate a spell battle! Choose your wizards spell and cast some magic by repeating one of the hand gestures found on the cards in front of you. Each card describes the spells effect, which can push an opponent towards the exit, advance yourself towards the hoard, or manipulate the coins each wizard must collect to win. The first wizard to collect 25 gold pieces wins!
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