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Ariad
Ariad.jpg
Statistics
Attack Type: Ranged
Base Size: Small (1x1)
Expansion(s): Labyrinth of Ruin
Ariad Lieutenant Pack


For her second form, see Queen Ariad.
For the Agent, see Ariad (Agent).

Ariad is a lieutenant in the Labyrinth of Ruin expansion.

Ariad appears as the primary antagonist in the Labyrinth of Ruin campaign. The Ariad Lieutenant Pack includes Ariad's miniature, and focuses on deceiving the heroes with illusions as well as granting bonuses to monsters with the cursed trait.

Biography[]

A vile, deeply clever sorceress, Ariad will stop at nothing to bring total darkness to the world and its people. Though her motivations are unclear, she remains a dangerous foe not to be underestimated.

=Attributes[]

Act I[]

Might 2 Knowledge 4 Willpower 2 Awareness 4
Special 1
Corrupted
Special 2
Action: Ancient Curse
Special 3
SurgeSurge: +3 Heart
Heroes Speed Health Defense
2 4 12 1 Gray
3 4 14 1 Gray + 1 Brown
4 4 16 1 Black + 1 Brown
Attack
1 Blue + 1 Green

Act II[]

Might 2 Knowledge 4 Willpower 2 Awareness 4
Special 1
Corrupted
Special 2
Action: Ancient Curse
Special 3
Action: Cursed Blast
Special 4
SurgeSurge: +3 Heart
Heroes Speed Health Defense
2 4 20 1 Black + 1 Gray
3 4 24 2 Black
4 4 28 1 Black + 2 Gray
Attack
1 Blue + 2 Green

Abilities[]

  • Corrupted: Each time Ariad performs an attack targeting a Cursed hero, add 1 additional yellow power die to her attack pool for each Cursed hero targeted.
  • Ancient Curse: Each hero within 3 spaces of Ariad must test Willpower. Each hero that fails is Cursed.
  • Cursed Blast: Perform an attack targeting each Cursed hero in Ariad's line of sight. If insufficient range is rolled for any one target, the entire attack is considered a miss.

Gallery[]

Other Appearances[]

  • Runebound (Third Edition) - Caught in a Web Scenario Pack [2016]

Trivia[]

  • Ariad's name is erroneously called "Ariadne" on the box of Labyrinth of Ruin. This suggests that she was originally named for Ariadne, a figure from Greek mythology associated with labyrinths and mazes.