Edit: And I manage to post in the wrong forums - that's what I get for being longwinded! This was previously posted as PVE Playtesting, but as there's no possibility to rename threads and I couldn't possibly miss out on opportunity to mess around with creative thread names now, could I? Either way, here's my first PVE map in three different flavours (vanilla, licorice and the third could have been bacon - but since no Armored War Pigs were harmed in the making I settled for tofu): Casual, Hardcore and Quest. (Here's a peek at the mildest of the 3 versions aka the Casual one) Thriple Threat Info: The Book of Faces (C) could be played with a multiplayer party set for 18, or possibly even a campaign party from levels 10+ depending on how you want your game served. The HC variant, which is the real adventure, isn't made to be impossible rather than a quirky and somewhat annoying challenge and the Q version is more of a test of your wits and supports unusual deckbuilding (won't spoil).C and HC use the regular version of the map, and Q has the _Q addendum. Custom "rules": Don't bring Firestorm, Volcano, Whirlwind or Whirlwind Enemies as that risks breaking the map and any enjoyment of it pretty easily. Play nice (and don't bring intentionally broken decks)! Story Premise: The brave adventurers find themselves waking up in a very bad place, and have to escape before they succumb fully to the unspeakable evil that is - the Book of Faces. "The adventurers are hired by an old scholar to help destroy an evil book that his research claims lies dormant in a nearby temple. Before entering the resting place of the dark artifact, the old man gives the party a potion to enable them to avoid the lures of the wicked texts and whispering faces therein - and then it all turns dark. It's a trap! Left to die to power the unholy scripture - the unlucky friends claw themselves from slumber and struggle to escape before it's too late!" Enjoy!