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  1. Hi everyone! I could use some help, if you don't mind. I'm currently unable to view spreadsheets right now, and I need to know the six sides of the white die in Descent so I can use an impromptu d6 until my spare one arrives. Would anyone be so kind as to post what each side contains? Of course you don't have to explain the X side. Thank you!
  2. Hi Steve-O! Thanks for the reply! Unfortunately, it isn't that simple; the entire die itself is marked oddly, and I'm not even sure what game would utilize such a thing. There are two X sides, while another side is a picture of a die with the number 2 above it, and another side has a picture of a smiley face saying the number 2 in a chat bubble. It's really quite odd! I'll see if I can substitute a normal six-sided die in the meantime as you suggested. Thank you!
  3. Hi everyone! I have just purchased a brand new copy of Descent: Journeys in the Dark from my local Hobbytown USA, as the owner sold it to me for 20% off! Well, I got home, and opened it immediately, and it looks like everything is here from what I can tell, but the white die that came with it isn't the correct die at all! It looks like it belongs with some other game, because it has a DVD logo on one of the sides. It's quite odd, really. Anyhow, I have already e-mailed Customer Support regarding the issue, but what I'm curious about is if any of the other dies can be substituted for the white one in the meantime? I wanted to get a game going with my friends next weekend, and it kind of seems like the white die would be crucial for the entire game. I have no idea what the real white die looks like compared to the others, so I'm hoping I can just use one of the others in the meantime. Thank you for all your help!
  4. Hello everyone! In one of our games this evening, one of the players attacked me with a military challenge, which I defended against using Hodor. He then used an event card that made it so Hodor's military, intrigue, and power icons were not in effect until the end of the turn. Does this then mean the challenge is unopposed, and there's nothing I can do about it since I had already declared a defender, or would it make it so that I never declared him as a defender to begin with, and I could in turn choose another character to defend the attack? We went with the former, but I wasn't sure. Thank you in advance to anyone that can help out with this!
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