Guild of Dungeoneering Review - The Loot is a Lie

Encaen

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Guild of Dungeoneering Review - The Loot is a Lie

Skill is only half the battle in Guild of Dungeoneering, where the only control you exert over your dungeon adventurer comes from bribery and threats.

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EndlessSporadic

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I both love and hate this game. I admit that I was really looking forward to it and was kind of let down on release. I was expecting a bit of persistence and a little bit more depth in building the guild. What I am the most disappointed by is how much of the game relies on luck, and RNGesus had forsaken me a long time ago.
 

Mikeybb

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This looks like my kind of game.
Thanks for pointing me in it's direction.

EndlessSporadic said:
I both love and hate this game. I admit that I was really looking forward to it and was kind of let down on release. I was expecting a bit of persistence and a little bit more depth in building the guild. What I am the most disappointed by is how much of the game relies on luck, and RNGesus had forsaken me a long time ago.
I converted to Lord RNGanesha a long time ago.
He's a lot more merciful plus everyone loves a god who can pick stuff up with his nose.
 

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It's a fun game, but it doesn't have that much replay value.

You can also make some bad choices that makes it hard to progress, to either go into a crazy grind or start over.

How to avoid getting locked: Getting a class at a new tier is the best way to be able to do well, although the second tier charm items are also quite good. The +1 loot may look good, but is actually the least effective in practice. Make sure you get bruiser, and try to get either alchemist or shapeshifter. These are the classes that will take you far. Once you have these, you have more freedom spending money on other classes and such.