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    Inn-Fighting: The D&D Tavern Brawl Dice Game (Dungeons & Dragons Game)

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    <table><tr><td valign="top"></td><td>Inn-Fighting: The D&D Tavern Brawl Dice Game (Dungeons & Dragons Game) [Wizards of the Coast]
    by Ethan Skemp
    Release Date: 2007-10-23
    Amazon Price: <strike>$14.99</strike> $8.39 as of 03/07/2008 09:46:49 AM PST
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    The dice game of champions in the Dungeons & DragonsĀ® world.

    From the creator of Three-Dragon Ante, the Dungeons & Dragons in-world card game, comes the perfect dice game for D&D players and characters alike. With a roll of the dice, you determine whether to hurl a mug of ale at the warbling bard or smash a chair over the drunken barbarian's back. Treachery and chaos abound, as every game promises a new and hilarious tavern brawling experience.

    Inside every Inn Fighting box you'll find a rules sheet, a set of 6 special six-sided dice, 1 twenty-sided die, and 52 character cards. Choose a character, trade some dice rolls with your friends, and see who's left standing in the end!
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    It looks like it would be a good game, but I am just not willing to pay for the book. I will see if the library has it.

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    Innfighting is a ton of fun. I grabbed it on a whim and it was played fairly heavily for a while in my old group.

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    My group tends more towards real world games when PC's end up playing, things like cribbage, poker, craps, 10,000 you get it. Wouldn't mind giving that a shot though, if it were simple and easy to pick up on the spot.
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    played the game once when it first came out, once we figured it out it wasnt a bad game...
    It's all GENETIC!

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    I'd be willing to check it out just because of Ethan, He was one of the creators of Changeling the Lost

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    This does look rather interesting. I wonder if it is still available?

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    Inn fighting

    I might have to try it. I saw it once and passed on

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    I actually played it. A year ago, give or take a month the store owner busted it out, its actually pretty easy to pick up. You grab a card and thats your hero, i honestly thought it was fun, though a problem I had with it is there is no depth to it, but if you're waiting on a late arrival its like munchkins, if you have the time and nothing better to do, go for it. But you probably wont invite people over for the express purpose of playing it.

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