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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #37

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Josh M. wrote: Could someone pm me what the yelling moment was? I thoroughly enjoyed this dungeon and it was my favorite, but no one moment really stands out to me as mind blowing/super epic above and beyond normal TD firing on all cylinders.


+1 to this. I really enjoyed the whole dungeon but I can’t think of a ‘single moment’ of pure amazement. My first run we were all so amazed by all the extra scenery and red herrings we were blowing puzzles simply for admiring all the intricacies too much. Squirrel!!!!


It is only doable in one of the two versions, Fun Easter egg if you think to mess with things. People will likely PM if you want the info


I wasn't sure Mitchell would get a run on that side, so when my morning run chose it, I told him to come down at X time for the moment. It was GOLD.
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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #38

EvilJohn wrote: Yeah, our group usually only does one run per module. But we'd like to know all of the fun bits. Will there be a pdf module available for the VTD adventures?


Don't tell anyone else, but running with you all was my favorite part of the weekend! I hope you let me join you all again sometime.
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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #39

Played it on Friday and got to introduce a friend to TD for the first time.

Had a lot of fun and the monsters were great. Unfortunately, the two of us were completely stumped by the puzzles, which were enjoyable even though we failed them.

Also found that this one needed more than just a Paladin and Bard to complete the dungeon. Failed the final room when the Paladin failed a save.
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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #40

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Mike Steele wrote:
One suggestion for improvement is to let us know which is more combat and which is more puzzle when we choose between A and B paths at the start. :)


I second this, didnt get to see puzzle side this weekend dispite running multiple times. I didnt realize the A or B was Combst/puzzle until the only runs I had left were preselected as combat.
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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #41

Dragon6483 wrote:

EvilJohn wrote: Yeah, our group usually only does one run per module. But we'd like to know all of the fun bits. Will there be a pdf module available for the VTD adventures?


Don't tell anyone else, but running with you all was my favorite part of the weekend! I hope you let me join you all again sometime.


Absolutely! It was a great run.

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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #42

At one point of the run, we debated quitting the adventure and going to drink with Grunnel.

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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #43

I'm pretty sure we did the Combat version. Only got 2 puzzles and failed both. Going to have to get better used to VTD and hopefully have a larger party next time (thinking July). Combat was great and my Paladin mowed through all but the last room with support from my Bard friend. Once I dropped though, the poor Bard was pretty much doomed though.
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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 3 weeks ago #44

LeRoy Byrd wrote: I'm pretty sure we did the Combat version. Only got 2 puzzles and failed both. Going to have to get better used to VTD and hopefully have a larger party next time (thinking July). Combat was great and my Paladin mowed through all but the last room with support from my Bard friend. Once I dropped though, the poor Bard was pretty much doomed though.


I don't know if we shared any runs, but the Bards in two of my playthroughs took a heck of a beating.

Overall, I think this was my favorite VTD. The production values were great and (with the exception of room 6) the puzzles were solid. My guess is it helps with the replay value, but not everyone is going to run a dungeon multiple times.

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No Spoilers Review of 5A 3 months 2 weeks ago #45

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Dragon6483 wrote:

Arcanist Kolixela wrote:

Cary Kelly wrote:

Josh M. wrote: Could someone pm me what the yelling moment was? I thoroughly enjoyed this dungeon and it was my favorite, but no one moment really stands out to me as mind blowing/super epic above and beyond normal TD firing on all cylinders.


+1 to this. I really enjoyed the whole dungeon but I can’t think of a ‘single moment’ of pure amazement. My first run we were all so amazed by all the extra scenery and red herrings we were blowing puzzles simply for admiring all the intricacies too much. Squirrel!!!!


It is only doable in one of the two versions, Fun Easter egg if you think to mess with things. People will likely PM if you want the info


I wasn't sure Mitchell would get a run on that side, so when my morning run chose it, I told him to come down at X time for the moment. It was GOLD.

Any chance someone could PM me that info?

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