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Slanted tiles represent dangerous scaling of the mountain. It takes two spaces to navigate, so it can not be landed on, nor can a roll of 1 navigate past it if standing in front of it. One will "slide" back, so to speak.



Going for that rock ledge look.



This potion is a Haze potion, when used it stuns every enemy within a five space radius. They can be attacked, but they can not attack or do damage back. The Haze lasts for one round for every character.*



This is a Random potion. When using it during a round, first the die must be rolled to see what kind of potion it is. 1 = Health potion, 2 = Strength potion, 3 = Luck potion, and Shield equals Speed potion.**



Slippery wet rocks. These are treated like rocks, etc. in the regular game. They can not be passed. A player must stop and deal with it. Here are the rolls: 1 = player slips but get past the wet rocks, and loses one health. 2 = player falls hard and loses two health and has to back away a space. 3 Player gets to remove it but does not advance. Shield - player gets past it and removes it from the path.

* When using potions in our game, all players have to roll the dice to use it (unless a player has a scroll in their possession to teach them how to use potions, in which case they can use the potion without rolling). Potions are powerful and dangerous. The rolls are as follows: 1 = Potion works, but hero loses 1 health. 2 = Mishap, player loses 2 health and potion is wasted. 3 and Shield, potions are used no problem. The wizard character has to roll as well, but 1, 3, and Shield are all successful rolls, and the wizard only loses one health on rolling a 2 for mishap.

** Even the wizard has to roll to see what the Random potion is going to be.



Comments

 I made it 
  February 18, 2012
Quoting andhe ;-) I think I commented on this on facebook as well. The rock is a great idea. How are the tiles slanted? I can't quite see from the picture.
With these: http://www.bricklink.com/search.asp?colorID=86&itemID=1457 Worked out real well.
  February 13, 2012
I think I commented on this on facebook as well. The rock is a great idea. How are the tiles slanted? I can't quite see from the picture.
 I like it 
  February 12, 2012
Excellent idea with the slanted tiles! I really like your use of the large stump piece. The whole board has a great atmosphere and style to it. Great job!
 I made it 
  February 11, 2012
Quoting Yayo . Cool! Love the slanted tiles, very creative idea. Although, this MOC leaves me hanging with one question: Where does a single person get so many skeleton kings? I know there is one in both Lego Champion and the Ninjago game, but you really have a bunch of them!
Got them off of Bricklink, which is where I got a lot of the modified 2x2 plates and other goodies to make custom boards.
 I like it 
  February 11, 2012
Cool! Love the slanted tiles, very creative idea. Although, this MOC leaves me hanging with one question: Where does a single person get so many skeleton kings? I know there is one in both Lego Champion and the Ninjago game, but you really have a bunch of them!
 
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