Epic Dungeoneer : Call of the Lichlord

Epic Dungeoneer : Call of the Lichlord

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Epic Dungeoneer:
Call of the Lich Lord

The dark god of death and magic has raised his most faithful servant -- the Lich Lord -- back to undeath! Heroes who survived the Tomb of the Lich Lord have been called back, along with daring new allies, to destroy the Lich Lord forever. But his new crypt is more dangerous, his minions more powerful, and the Lich Lord himself more terrible now that he possesses the dark god's sinister gift -- the Scepter of the Shadow Plague.

Call of the Lich Lord is a two- to four-player Dungeoneer card game. Your character explores a dungeon that you build with map cards, while fighting monsters, completing quests, and leveling up along the way. Each Dungeoneer set can be played as a stand-alone card game, or combined with other decks for more dungeon-delving fun. Call of the Lich Lord is the first Epic set for Dungeoneer, which lets you advance your favorite heroes from previous sets to higher levels, or play just with the new characters from this set who begin at 4th level! Call of the Lich Lord features 110 Dungeoneer cards, including Epic-level undead-themed monsters and six Epic-level heroes for your Dungeoneer game.

2-4 players, 20-30 minutes per player, ages 12 and up.
6-sided dice and tokens not included.

May be used to expand

Dungeoneer: Tomb of the Lich Lord

Part of the Dungeoneer Series.

BoardGameGeek Info

Atlas Games
Published in
My Rating
BGG Rating
BGG Rank
2.5385 / 5
August 2006
Eager to Play
Last Played
August 31, 2010
Time Spent

Dungeoneer is a card-driven "dungeon" delving role playing game where players build the map, complete quests, and accumulate glory and peril as they traverse the map. Glory is spent by the player to gain items and abilities for their own hero, while peril is spent by their opponents to cause them to overcome traps and face monsters. Players always know how much peril and glory they have accumulated, thus they can know how much opposition they may face. Each game is a standalone game but they can be combined.

Epic Dungeoneer takes the heroes from levels 4 through 7, either extending the normal game or offering a faster standalone experience. Like Tomb of the Lich Lord this game is set in a dungeon and tuned to go up against the undead. Unlike Tomb of the Lich Lord this game adds the actual Lich Lord as a monster to fight, and giving the victor the ability to control the Lich Lord.

Five plays

  • August 31, 2010
  • August 30, 2010
  • September 14, 2009
  • August 19, 2006
  • August 13, 2006