Game designer: Antoine Bauza & Ludovic Maublanc
Artwork: Marion Poinsot
Cooperation, agility, combat
The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk offers you a chance to live absurd and hilarious adventures. Gather your adventuring friends and leave on a quest to seek the twelfth stuatuette of Gladeulfeurha in the lair of Zangdar.
The players, each taking on the role of a character from the Dungeon of Naheulbeuk, will have to travel through various rooms before reaching Zangdar's office. The number and composition of rooms depend on the scenario the players have chosen to play. Eight scenarios are offered in the rules, but their number is only limited by the imagination of the players.
Depending on the room in which they arrive, the adventurers will have to test their abilities in one of the eight different tests offered by the game: balance, climbing, dexterity, speed, accuracy, intelligence, coordination, or resilience. And all that under the gaze of a terrible timer which will determine the success or failure of their test.
In addition to these fearsome tests, the valorous adventurers will have to face the minions of Zangdar during epic brawls in which fists will rain. The players will get cards to do this (depending on their class and their level) which they will use and trade to make keywords which will allow them to land blows. Chaos and a frenzied ambiance, guaranteed!
The rules are simple and funny, and, for those more impatient to dive into adventure, the Initiation book will allow them to start playing immediately, without needing to read the rules.
Thanks to the gut-bursting illustrations from Marion Poinsot and to the unhinged tests designed by Ludovic Maublanc and Antoine Bauza, you will be at the first row in the unimitable Dungeon of Naheulbeuk by John Lang!