As a lover of Dungeons & Dragons, and since I have loved all the Wizards of the Coast boardgames hat have been released so far, getting Lords of Waterdeep was pretty much an instinctive reaction more than an informed decision.
This is an unboxing review of the game, not a review of the gameplay itself. The intention of this review is to show you if the company has made the right effort in providing good quality product regardless of how the game plays. Game description from the publisher: Waterdeep, the City of Splendors – the… Read more
The concept is that five benevolent factions with fancy names all want to mould the city of Waterdeep into their own little version of Utopia, and there’s eleven Lords that you can choose from to lead your own little army of spies.