Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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It's up to you to help Buffy and her friends stop the spread of Evil in Sunnydale! Which villain and his minions will plague the town? The Master? The Judge? The Mayor? Or Adam? Each game recreates one of Buffy's four most exciting challenges... use your own strength and skill to outwit them all!
Patrol the board. Collect cards and gain power. Roll dice to fight and cast spells. Finally, rid Sunnydale of Evil to win! But don't slack... or Evil will slay you first!
Funagain staff: This is a great looking game, and a shock coming from Hasbro. Whether you like the theme or not, there's no denying that the components are a cut above (Buffy is a pewter icon!) and the game mechanism is great fun. We think somebody slipped this product by when no one was looking and it got produced because it's a popular TV tie-in. Give this one a try--it's definitely a real game.
This game kicks ass! Finally a game you can really 'sink your teeth' into! I love this game and me and my friends have spent hours creating and searching for new scenarios for the other seasons! Some are Brilliant, some insane but some are not so good! Mail me, I'll give you them and you too can join in the carnage!
My friends and I love this game because of the strategy, the logic and the intution needed to really challenge your opponet. We are ready for the rest of the season finales to be offered up into a continued version of this excellent masterpiece.
I enjoy playing this game whenever I can. The different scenarios offer many options to the play, and the tactics employed by both evil and good players vary from game to game. The look of the game is good (although Buffy is Not a pewter icon as described by the staff of this site) and it is a must own for all fans of the series.
One player controls the Evil characters and wins by destroying the Good ones. The others (Buffy and companions) try to kill him. You move by dice rolls, which are also used to attack characters on adjacent spaces. "Hits" reduce their Life Points, with zero bringing death. Rolling a Moon symbol advances the phases of the Moon. At Full Moon, some characters gain extra powers. At Sunrise, Vampires lose Life Points, scurry indoors, and stay there until it's over. There are shortcuts through the sewers, and spaces where you gain fearsome Action Cards. The eerie has never been so alluring.