Steamforged’s First Draconic Epic Encounters Up For Pre-Order

August 17, 2020 by brennon

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Steamforged Games has now fired up pre-orders for their first Epic Encounters sets. Designed to work with Dungeons & Dragons, these kits come with miniatures, tokens, mats and rules for introducing them into your campaigns so you can unleash something terrifying upon your adventuring party.

Lair Of The Red Dragon - Steamforged Games

Lair Of The Red Dragon // Steamforged Games

The first of these is the massive Lair Of The Red Dragon encounter which is designed to have you face off against a rather monstrous-looking Red Dragon. I am a big fan of Blue and Green Dragons but you have to say that Red Dragons are the iconic drake of Dungeons & Dragons.

Red Dragon Dimensions - Steamforged Games

Red Dragon Dimensions // Steamforged Games

As mentioned above, this set comes with everything you need to introduce this into your campaigns. You get the miniature, plenty of tokens, a double-sided game mat, adventure book, monster stat block and finally a set of tips and tricks for making the encounter feel that little bit more epic.

Battling Kobolds In Epic Encounters

As well as the Lair Of The Red Dragon, you've also got the Shrine Of The Kobold Queen which has you battling against a mass of these pesky little creatures who often serve mighty Dragons.

Shrine Of The Kobold Queen - Epic Encounters

Shrine Of The Kobold Queen // Epic Encounters

This set, again, gives you a set of twenty miniatures, the game mat, adventure book, statistics and also a pack of tips and tricks for introducing this encounter into your campaign. With the Rise Of Tiamat being a big part of Dungeons & Dragons back when the 5th Edition launched, this could be a fun option to drop into the mix if that is the storyline you want to follow.

Priest Of The Bloody Flame - Steamforged Games

Priest Of The Bloody Flame // Steamforged Games

With some cool tweaks on traditional D&D monsters, these seem like a good idea from Steamforged Games. People are loving their roleplaying games right now and I could see a lot of people picking these up, especially if D&D is their only hobby and they want to build up their collection.

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