|Descent: Journeys In The Dark | Published 04 May 2010||Rating||27 votes|
The seas of Torue Albes are filled with untold perils. Daggertooth Sharks and ferocious Krakens prowl the murky depths, hoping to pull unwary sailors into a watery grave. Above the waves, terrifying ghost ships manned by the undead and massive brigantines commanded by beastmen lay claim to all they see. Only the bravest of heroes dare venture beyond sight of the shore.
Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce an exciting new product, coming this summer, for Descent’s Sea of Blood expansion. For players looking to enhance their voyages in the waters of Torue Albes, your ship has come in.
This summer, you can master the waves in style with the Sea of Blood Ocean Map Board! With a beautifully rendered island on one side and open ocean on the other, this double-sided, folding tactical map board replaces the Ocean Poster Map from the Descent: Sea of Blood expansion. Its sturdy cardboard lays perfectly flat when you’re playing and stores away easily when you’re done.
Whether you’re the vile Overlord, planning the demise of the The Revenge, or the intrepid sailors battling to foil his plot, the Sea of Blood Ocean Map Board will bring you and your crew smooth sailing. Simply swap out the poster map included in Descent: Sea of Blood, fold out this new board, and get ready for high-sea adventure!
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Descent: Journeys in the Dark is a tactical board game for 2-5 players that takes a party of adventurers deep into the dungeons of Terrinoth for adventure, treasure, and glory. But beware! The Overlord and his minions stand poised to oppose any heroes foolhardy enough to enter the dungeon.
Would be great for FF not to gouge us on this....I would love that board.
bah, REGULAR...you know what I meant...
Im curious to see how a 9-panel board folds up...is it more than 1 piece?
that aside, I've never had a problem with the minis falling over on my regulap poster map.
Depending on the price, I might be really interested with this. During my first look at the poster map, I managed to tear it a little along one of the folds... :(
Not to mention having to keep a large board on hand to keep the map flat and stable enough to keep the minis from falling over.