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Super Dungeon Explore is a tabletop High Fantasy 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.
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    • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The artwork shows the Hexcast Sorceress and Thundervale Huntress as having purple and green hair respectively.

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