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Castle Ravenloft™
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Release Date

August 31, 2010




$64.95 C$74.99



Castle Ravenloft™ was the first D&D® Adventure System board game published in 2010 by Wizards of the Coast.


In Castle Ravenloft, the players control brave Heroes who have come to Barovia to discover the secrets of Castle Ravenloft, and must work as a team to succeed in the adventures within the castle. It features multiple scenarios and challenging quests.[1]


Castle Ravenloft is designed for 1-5 players, who must work as a team or lose together.  Each player selects a Hero, and can choose from the Dragonborn Fighter, Human Rogue, Dwarf Cleric, Eladrin Wizard, and Human Ranger. This game's contents can be combined with other D&D Adventure System Cooperative Play board games, such as Wrath of Ashardalon™ and The Legend of Drizzt™.


  • 1 "Start" Dungeon Tile
  • 5 Hero Figures
  • 30 Monster Figures
  • 4 Villain Cards
  • 200 Cards:
    • 60 Encounter Cards
    • 30 Monster Cards
    • 10 Adventure Treasure Cards
    • 50 Power Cards
    • 5 Sequence of Play Cards
    • 45 Treasure Cards
  • 10 Condition Tokens
  • 70 Hit Point Tokens
  • 10 Monster Hit Point Tokens
  • 3 Cloud Tokens
  • 1 Character Token
  • 5 Time Tokens
  • 6 Reaction Tokens
  • 1 Mistform Token
  • 1 Adventure Book
  • 40 interlocking Dungeon Tiles
  • 7 Villain Figures
  • 5 Hero Cards
  • 1 20-sided die
  • 10 Coffin Tokens
  • 1 Sun Token
  • 17 Item Tokens
  • 5 Healing Surge Tokens
  • 10 Encounter Tokens
  • 1 Adventure Token
  • 1 Item Token
  • 1 Dragon's Breath Token
  • 1 Rulebook


Castle Ravenloft™
Heroes Monsters Villains Powers Treasures Encounters Adventure Treasures

Powers by Type

At-Will Daily Utility

Powers by Class

Cleric Fighter Ranger Rogue Wizard

Powers by Race

Dragonborn Eladrin

Treasures by Type

Blessing Fortune Item

Encounters by Type

Environment Event Trap

Monsters by Type

Animal Elemental Reptile Undead Vermin

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