If you love Doomtown: Reloaded as much as I do and don’t mind some spoilers, then head on over here where Clever Move Games reveals 11 cards from the upcoming Saddlebag Expansion, “New Town, New Rules”.
AEG has been very generous with giving gamers some sneak peaks into future cards and hopefully this will be a practice that continues.
You can check out the exciting cards making their way to Gomorra here . See you around!
Fantasy Flight Games released a new preview of their latest expansion for their Call of Cthulhu LCG entitled “The Sleeper Below”. In this preview, FFG focuses on a new type of people called societies.
Each of the eight Society characters in The Sleeper Below represents a group of similarly minded individuals who are bent upon secretly advancing their own agenda, whether that agenda be to defend humanity’s interests, seize control of humanity, or summon forth the Great Old Ones.
It makes sense, then, that these Societies are more skillful and capable than nearly every individual character within the game. Each Society comes with six skill and a mix of five struggle icons. They’re all unique, and at six cost, they’re all quite expensive. Of course, high-cost characters come with some inherent benefits, such as the ability to bypassNegotium Perambulans in Tenebris (Dunwich Denizens, 80) and a higher degree of protection from such cost-based events as from Pushed into the Beyond (Touched by the Abyss, 109) and Deep One Assault (Core Set, 56).
To learn more you can visit FFG’s website here to read the entire article.
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Fresh out of Gencon 2014, Upper Deck has announced that they’re bringing back their 2004 collectible card game ‘Vs. System’, except this time as a Living Card Game (LCG). The previous incarnation of ‘Vs.’ featured superheroes from both Marvel and DC universes (as well as a Hellboy set, which is a Dark Horse imprint). Details about the LCG are scarce at the moment, but as soon as we know more, you will too.
Stay tuned to this blog for more breaking news from GenCon!
Fantasy Flight Games announced the conclusion to The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game Ring-maker cycle with The Antlered Crown. This is the sixth expansion in the cycle and we’ll see the adventurers returning to Isengard and completing service to the White Council.
The Antlered Crown will contain sixty new cards including a hero of Rohan and scenario that completes the journey to Isengard through warring lands of Dunland. This expansion pack is expected to release 4th quarter of 2014.
Android Netrunner: The Spaces Between
The Spaces Between is the second Data Pack in the Lunar Cycle for Android: Netrunner, and its sixty cards (three copies each of twenty different cards) continue to reestablish the game’s cyber-struggles amid the moon’s reduced gravity, recycled air, and corporate-sponsored colonies.
Meanwhile, it creates an entirely new game within the game as every faction gains a new current, an event or operation that isn’t immediately resolved and discarded after it’s played, but continues to reside in the data streams somewhere between a state of transience and a state of permanence.
Game of Thrones – LCG: The Prize of the North
Every faction finds new tools to hatch intrigues and win battles in The Prize of the North, the fifth Chapter Pack in the Conquest and Defiance cycle for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game.
New Bannerman characters open possibilities for multi-House decks, and fourteen out of twenty cards (three copies of each) in this expansion possess the new Prized keyword.
Whether players man the Warships of House Greyjoy, march to the Wall with House Baratheon, or join another Great House, they’ll find plenty of new paths to power.
Lord of the Rings – LCG: Trouble in Tharbad
Trouble in Tharbad is the third Adventure Pack in The Ring-maker cycle for The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game. Its sixty cards introduce a new Silvan hero, three copies of each new player card, and a scenario in which Middle earth’s heroes must help a Dwarf named Nalir extricate himself from the ruined city of Tharbad, which is haunted by Orcs and spies from Mordor.
Trouble in Tharbad also offers more support for the Silvan and Gondor traits, the Doomed X keyword, Secrecy decks, and more!
Black Crusade: The Tome of Decay
The Tome of Decay, a supplement for Black Crusade, honors the Chaos god of pestilence and plague by serving up all manner of ailments, resources, allies, and ideas for Nurgle’s grotesque followers, including advice to help GMs run their own plague filled campaigns!
The Tome of Decay also introduces new resources for heretics of all sorts, including the Warpsmith and Veteran of the Long War, and new rules allow Heretics to bind Daemons within their own bodies to become Possessed champions of Chaos!
Age of War
Age of War is a fast-paced dice game for two to six players, created by award-winning designer Reiner Knizia.
In the game, players take on the roles of daimyos in feudal Japan, laying siege to castles in an attempt to vanquish their rivals and unite the nation’s clans. Conquering a castle doesn’t make it secure, however, since other players can launch their own sieges against it.
To be victorious, a player must act swiftly to seize key castles, unite the clans, and rally Japan to his cause.
Descent 2nd Edition, Journey into the Dark: Crown of Destiny Hero and Monster Collection
Crown of Destiny is the second Hero and Monster Collection for Descent: Journeys in the Dark Second Edition. It greatly expands your play experience with thirteen figures previously only available in the first edition of Descent, as well as two brand new quests. The four heroes and three monster groups from Crown of Destiny feature entirely new figure sculpts, plus refined balance across their abilities, and the expansion’s new quests highlight the strengths and abilities of both heroes and monsters as players attempt to gain power over their destinies!
-Four heroes: Corbin, Lindel, Jaes the Exile, and Brother Gherinn
-Three monster groups: 2 giants, 3 chaos beasts, and 4 lava beetles
-Two brand new quests: Burning Harvest and Crown of Destiny
Warhammer – Diskwars: Hammer and Hold
Hammer and Hold adds fifty disks to the forces of Order and the battles of Warhammer: Diskwars!
New heroes and units arrive for the Empire and High Elves, and players gain their first chance to build regiments for the Wood Elves, Lizardmen, and Dwarfs. Along with these disks, and the regiments they can form, come new rules for Poison and the powerful keywords, Guard X and Stalwart.
Still, it’s the Dwarfs that are the true stars of Hammer and Hold, and players will be able to muster full Dwarf armies of three regiments!
Warhammer – Diskwars: Legions of Darkness
Legions of Darkness introduces a terrifying array of fifty-one new heroes and units to the brutal battles of Warhammer: Diskwars! It also offers new command cards, terrain, and rules for dark new abilities like Fear and Reanimate X that are designed to bolster the game’s forces of Destruction.
Most importantly, Legions of Darkness features enough dread necromacy to tempt even the most casual of players toward corruption, as the expansion introduces the Vampire Counts and two other new factions: the Dark Elves and Skaven!
Warhammer 40,000: Conquest is a new living card game set in the Warhammer universe. Players lead their armies in battle to destroy your opponent. Each deck is built around a warlord with special abilities and limitations. Between you and your opponent lies the Traxis sector and deploying onto the various planets will increase your armies.
Expected release of Rebel aces and Warhammer 40,000: Conquest is third quarter 2014.
Fantasy Flight Games has announced the fifth Chapter Pack in the Conquest and Defiance cycle for the Game of Thrones LCG scheduled to release second quarter of 2014.
This Chapter Pack introduces a new keyword, Prized, and provides additional support to broader decks. New, powerful cards are given to the Great Houses and eminent threats from over the wall rise against the Night’s Watch. Quite a few cards like, Defenders of the Wall & Deserted Castle, carry rich theme by linking House Baratheon to the Night’s Watch.