Tabletop Game / Super Dungeon Explore
Super Dungeon Explore
is a tabletop
game made by Soda Pop Miniatures.
Tropes featured in Super Dungeon Explore include: An Adventurer is You: The various heroes... From the original set: The Royal Paladin serves as a healer and fighter. The Deeproot Druid is a blend of tank and healer, while its Angry Bear form is a pure fighter. The Ember Mage is, appropriately, a pure offensive caster. The Hexcast Sorceress focuses mainly on debuffing enemies. The Glimmerdusk Ranger is the quintessential elven archer. The Riftling Rogue is a sneaky, backstabbing Fragile Speedster and Glass Cannon. That can teleport. The Hearthsworn Fighter is the quintessential dwarven... fighter. The Claw Tribe Barbarian is a scrapper with shades of a "regenerator" tank. From the Caverns of Roxor expansion: Princess Ruby is a support hero with an emphasis on buffs. The Deeproot Scout is a jack of all trades with a variety of ranged subweapons. The Star Guild Sapper is a blademaster with impressive reach. From the Forgotten King/Second Edition set: Princess Emerald is a sniper with a focus on debuffs. The Thundervale Huntress is a Lightning Bruiser who specializes in melee combat and crowd control. The Questing Knight is a tank, but is an decent secondary ranged attacker. The Fae Alchemist is a spellcaster hero with high attack strength and a variety of support abilities. The Royal Warden is primarily a ranged combatant specializing in picking off enemies one at a time, who also fills the roll of thief. Anti-Hero: The Royal Wardens are presented as this, being described as "doughty" and "hailed as both Hero and Villain." Might have something to do with being Crystalia's police force and taxmen. Badass Adorable: The majority of the characters, given the art style. Cute Monster Girl: The Riftling Rogue and Thundervale Huntress are this to a tee. Expy: The Ember Mage's red, yellow, and purple color scheme, magical specialization, and "quick to anger...bold and outgoing personality" (according to her flavor text) draw many parallels with one Legendary Bandit Killer and Dragon Spooker. Everything's Better with Princesses: The Caverns of Roxor expansion pack introduces Princess Ruby. Forgotten King brings us Princess Emerald...and her trusty sniper rifle! Evil Redhead: More Anti-Heroic Redhead but the Royal Warden is the only hero explicitly described as being "hailed as both Hero and Villain," painting him as a more grey character. The fact that he's a royal taxman doesn't earn him any points. Five Races: Being a Standard Fantasy Setting and all. We have humans (mundane), dwarves (stout), elves (cute/high men/fairy), and demons (cute/ fairy due to their magical, otherworldly nature. Forgotten King adds centaur, who are a presented as a Proud Warrior Race version of high men with a bit of stout thrown in. Friendly Sniper: Princess Emerald has a if her flavor text and artwork is any indication. Half-Human Hybrid: The Deeproot Druid is a half-elf. Intimidating Revenue Service: One of the Royal Warden's duties is tax collections, which he can use to steal loot from monsters! Our Dragons Are Different: Starfire, a dragon serving as a possible main boss. Our Dwarves Are All the Same: The Hearthsworn Fighter and the Star Guild Sapper. The Noseless: All the heroes. Except the Star Guild Scrapper. Real Men Wear Pink: The Questing Knight battles the forces of evil in bubblegum pink. Rebellious Princess: Princess Emerald is "the most free-spirited of the Crystallian Princesses," being an adventurous woodland huntress decked out in boots and a Badass Longcoat. Standard Fantasy Setting: To a tee. You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The artwork shows the Hexcast Sorceress and Thundervale Huntress as having purple and green hair respectively.