Greg B., Jakub P.

Howdy listeners! It seems like April is the month for us to review all the games we’ve been playing on stream! This time, we’re reviewing the CMON-published dungeon crawler Massive Darkness. Players choose a character but also a class and fight their way through hordes of enemies. There are some really solid mechanics here that make Massive Darkness stand out from other dungeon crawlers, including extensive character customization, what-you-see-is-what-you-get loot on enemies, and of course some truly epic minis. Check out the episode for our full thoughts on the game.

As for what else we’ve been playing, we’re still thoroughly enjoying Root. We played with the expansion factions recently and they’re just as interesting as the core. Jakub also has a couple of games to talk about, including Quacks of Quedlinburg and Modern Art.

Don’t forget to visit to grab your tickets for WashingCon 2019! Tickets are still available for the discounted price of $50 for an adult weekend pass or $20, so act quickly!

Thank you as always to O Abnormal and Agata Poniatowski for the artwork and Strangelette for the music. If you enjoyed this episode and would like to support Dragon’s Demize, please consider joining us on Patreon. You can also subscribe to us on Twitch, where we stream every Wednesday and Friday. We’re active on FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and Discord, so you can join us on your platform of choice. Finally, our own how to play series, Board Game Bistro, and other videos are available on Youtube.

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