FFG is releasing supplements for two popular products lines and saying goodbye to a third. Take a look:
A massive portal into the Warp has opened in the skies above Nectavus VI. Blood rains down, drenching the ground, and every drop holds a tiny piece of the Immaterium that will gradually overwhelm and possess the entire world. As the power of Chaos grows, distinct forces converge to destroy the servants of the Warp before they can utterly corrupt this world. Before they can triumph, however, these unlikely allies must fight their way through the Chaos warlord—a Daemon Prince of Slaanesh.
The Warp Unleashed is the sixth War Pack in the Death World cycle for Warhammer 40,000: Conquest, and as with the other War Packs in this cycle, you’ll find the focus on the terrifying Death World of Nectavus VI. Plenty of new cards with the Deep Strike keyword give you ways to surprise your opponent with unexpected tactics or reinforcements. Elite units continue to become more dangerous and viable for every faction, and finally, a new Chaos warlord invites you to call upon the Daemonic power of the Warp!
Escalation is the third Data Pack in the Flashpoint Cycle for Android: Netrunner, and its sixty new cards (three copies each of twenty different cards) explore New Angeles in the wake of the Twenty-Three Seconds incident. The city has plunged into chaos. The chaos has led to rioting. Amid the rioting, people have died. Some died on the streets, in bloody encounters with PriSec. Some died quietly, targeted by assassins. Some simply disappeared. Yanked off the grid in an age when the act of skirting surveillance and the ever-present Network is nearly—but not completely—impossible.
Carrying us deeper into this chaos and the tensions pulling New Angeles apart at the seams, Escalation offers a look at Corps more aggressively locking down their assets and hunt down their rivals. Runners gain new decoders and new incentive to uncover and reveal the truth of the Corps’ activities. But amid the escalating tensions, if the Runners hack the Corps, can they still survive? There’s plenty of meat damage, net damage, and brain damage on the menu, along with cards that make utter trash of the Runner’s rig and stack.
Finally, Escalation unveils two new, aggressively-minded identity cards—one for Jinteki, and one for the Anarchs that started the whole mess.
The War of Five Kings has already begun to shape the future of Westeros. Robb Stark marches on Lannister holdings, even as Tywin Lannister menaces the Riverlands from Harrenhal. To the south, Stannis Baratheon lays siege to Storm’s End and Renly Baratheon calls upon the might of Highgarden to break his brother’s armies. Yet in the midst of these kingly conflicts, another drama unfolds far to the north. From Castle Black, the Night’s Watch rides forth in a great ranging and ventures beyond the Wall to confront Mance Rayder and brave the fury of the wild. If they fail to defend the realms of men, the consequences could reach far beyond the icy heights of the Wall.
For Family Honor is the second Chapter Pack in the War of Five Kings cycle for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game. Throughout this Chapter Pack, you’ll find plenty of new cards that support the major themes of the cycle as you continue to follow the storyline of A Clash of Kings. New Kingsand Crowns invite you to stake your own claim to the Iron Throne, even as other cards heighten the importance of loyal cards—the characters you can truly trust, the locations that would never fall, the events and tactics that you utterly control. Finally, For Family Honor introduces iconic characters to join the game, including Ser Edmure Tully, a House Tyrell version of Renly Baratheon, and Hot Pie.
~So long Warhammer 40,000 Conquest – all good things must end…
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