But what happens after D&D???

So many people, more than would probably care to admit have played dungeons and dragons. The magic, the mystery, questing with your friends searching for new adventures and old foes, D&D was revolutionary in its time, for a generation of gamer’s it was a gateway into another world, a world where they could be who they wanted to be without prejudice, unless they wanted to be someone with prejudice. This game was open ended, but I always wondered what happened after the Dungeon?


Last Summer while in San Diego I visited the wonderful Gamer-Con, lovely helpful staff, made you feel very welcome was very chilled out and nice. While at Gamer-Con I was introduced to The Red Dragon Inn, this game answered my question, what did the adventurers do once the adventure was over, they went drinking!


Your an adventurer, you and your friends have just killed the monster and earned your just rewards, you go to the red dragon Inn and play drinking games, its a simple card game, each of the box sets gives you four new characters and you can also buy individual character boxes too.

The characters include

  • Warrior
  • Wizard
  • Sneak
  • Illusionist
  • Tinkerer
  • Bard
  • Druid
  • Even a psychotic Bunny

Plus many many more

You don’t take the game seriously so its just pure fun. You all draw your cards and spend the rest of the game forcing the other players to drink or using under handed tactics to avoid paying the bill or just out right cheat. Each character has his or her own style of play, the warrior may not cheat but they will intimidate, while the sneak is all out cheating. With the variety its a game that will keep you coming back for more and more.


If you want to make it more fun get some alcohol and even semi RP as your character it makes the matches very memorable.

When first released the game was nominated for several awards and has a strong following best played with groups of 3 or more its just pure fun.

Go pick up a copy today, you will definitely enjoy the hi-jinx it will cause.


Categories: BoardGames

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