The movie from Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is based on the role-playing game of the same name. A peculiarity of the games of Dungeons and Dragons It is that there are usually several people on the same team performing different tasks, so that the combats are more balanced.
In Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, its protagonist is Chris Pine, who plays a bard who embarks on a mission to execute an epic heist to recover a lost relic together with a group of adventurers. The bad thing is that in that group there is no character that is healer.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves has no healer
Regé-Jean Pageone of the leading actors in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor between dronesattended Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show this week bringing up the absence of healers in the film John Francis Daley y Jonathan M. Goldstein.
“It’s a relatively well-balanced group, but as a player, you know that nobody respects healers,” Regé-Jean Page quipped to host Stephen Colbert, who is a fan of Dungeons & Dragons. “So there is no healer in the party. there is no cleric”.
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Despite the fact that there is no figure of a cleric, in the film other regular characters from the game of rolesuch as: the paladin -who will be interpreted by Regé-Jean Page himself-, the barbarian, the bard, the sorcerer and the rogue.
“I’m painfully fair, incredibly stoic, utterly charming, ridiculously heroic.with that shiny armor and the cape”, Regé-Jean Page explained about his character, Xenk Yendar.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves will be released in theaters in two weeks, next Friday March 31st. If you want to know what awaits you, You can now read the review of the film on the web.
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