Am definitely up for bringing it to TGA at some point, probably in the new year.
@Vonpickles - I've played quite a few board games thus far (but am by no means experienced) and I have found it to be rather challenging. Sure it is beginner friendly, but there is still a lot of strategy in the game, especially as you have the option of using an advanced deck which creates an even more difficult experience. Basically with the missions, there are quite a few and they are really varied. I've only run through the first two so far. The first one is solo and you basically explore and try to escape a cavern. The second mission I played with a family member who doesn't play boardgames, and whilst I directed most of the game, he seemed to understand it well. This mission saw as explore a cavern until we reached a throne room and collected a crown. A boss then appeared and we had to work together to defeat him. Basically most of the missions involve you exploring caverns by placing a new tile and monster every time you reach an unexplored edge. Most missions you work together but there are a couple of missions where you work in teams of 2 I think to race to complete an objective, and one adventure where everyone is stuck in a tight spot with a horde of monsters coming towards you and whoever kills the most wins. The game feels epic and although easy to play, is lots of fun and is a great cooperative strategy game. I think that you can really pick up any of the games to roll with, whatever you like thematically as they all work off the same mechanics, just some tweaks here and there. I think you can also interchange the heroes in Ashardalon and Ravenholt, but I think the Drizzt characters are a little too powerful to interchange.