Stewards of the Street – One More Expansion for Descent: Journeys in the Dark
Here comes Stewards of the Street, another expansion for Descent: Journeys in the Dark!
The secrets from the past of Terrinoth are back to haunt its future. The mad sorcerer Devis once created a race of terrible minions that served him and ravaged the realm. A group of heroes had destroyed the minions and their master by binding him with a forbidden ritual. Now, the past is back and some of the greatest heroes of the realm have been called for help.
Stewards of the Street welcomes monsters and heroes from the first edition of Descent into the second edition, with a completely updated artwork and figures. This expansion features fourteen figures, four heroes, three blood apes, three nagas and four ferrox, as well as two new quests to experience new adventures.
One of the heroes that you will encounter in Stewards of the Street, is actually a team, Okaluk and Rakash and they belong to the Healer Archetype. Being inseparable from a young age, they have always wanted to explore new places, and no enemy or obstacle can part them. And if the whole team has to face a tough enemy, Okaluk and Rakash’s healing abilities will keep heroes in battle.
As far as ferrox are concerned, they are monsters that came into this world after Devis’ experiments and they are able to sap the power of their enemies and use it to heal their own bodies. Master ferrox is even more dangerous, since it can choose an adjacent hero, who must test his will. If he fails, he suffers two fatigue and the ferrox recovers two damage!
Dark forces are coming in order to regain the secrets of the mad sorcerer Devis and only some heroes will be able to help Stewards and protect their knowledge. So, pick your hero or your monsters and live more adventures in the Descent world!
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