A UNIQUE CAVE ADVENTURE AWAITS…

Deep in the cave, the dragon has been asleep for a long time. Rumors of the cave’s riches overshadow any danger from the dragon, or from the other monsters that live within. Many have lost their lives trying to gain this wealth. But now, one brave knight relies on her questing experience to take on the adventure of slaying the dragon and bringing peace to the kingdom. Vast: The Crystal Caverns brings us this adventure of knight versus dragon, but with the added elements of goblins, a thief, and the cave itself, with each one of these as playable roles. There are also role variants and difficulty variants to keep the game fresh.

This asymmetrical cave-crawling adventure plays from 1 to 5 people, each one with a different role working against one or more of the others. The knight sets out on her own to slay the dragon; the goblin horde controls three different goblin tribes to defend their home and foil the knight; the thief must steal treasures to buy his freedom from the cave; the dragon senses impending doom from the knight and tries to escape the cave; and the cave itself is a player that creates the map and uses omens, working to collapse on top of the other players inside. Gameplay and roles differ by the number of players, as each role has its own powers, pieces, and paths to victory. But there can be only one winner. Who will it be? Join in on this adventure without limits as you explore Vast: The Crystal Caverns.

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