Fantasy Flight Games has the next Mythos Pack for Arkham Horror’s Forgotten Age Cycle as well as the next Dynasty Pack for Legend of the Five Rings this week in retail stores everywhere.
It’s more magic and horror this week from Fantasy Flight Games. ‘The Ebb and Flow’ Dynasty Pack is the fourth pack in the Elemental Dynasty Cycle for Legend of the Five Rings. It brings some more cards that tap into the Element of Water.
Also available this week is ‘The Boundry Beyond’ which continues the Forgotten Age Cycle for Arkham Horror The Card Game – It’s back to Mexico City in an attempt to fix what went wrong, but it might be too little, too late…
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The Boundary Beyond is the second Mythos Pack in The Forgotten Age cycle.
As the thread pulls, the weave unravels. Following the events of Threads of Fate, you are driven from Arkham to Mexico City to find answers about an enigmatic relic and those who pursue it. After a seemingly endless string of failures, it appears the trail has gone cold. But on the very day you are ready to return home, something is wrong—the city has altered. Silver lightning crackles in the sky overhead, and the earth rumbles below your feet. Monstrous entities float just below the clouds and the architecture looks more like something out of a history book than modern Mexico.
The Boundary Beyond scenario skews your idea of reality as the city shifts around you. By using the Explore action to investigate different locations, you may find that time has become destabilized as Modern locations are replaced with Ancient ones. You must discover a way to restore the proper timeline before the city and your fate become completely unalterable. Will you be able to return, or will you become lost in time?
Be carried away by the Ebb and Flow Dynasty Pack for Legend of the Five Rings: The Card Game.
Flow like water with three copies of twenty new cards for Legend of the Five Rings: The Card Game. New Shugenja and spells enhance the power of the Water element, while various ancient creatures begin to enter the conflicts of Rokugan.
Both of these games are fantastic LCGs in their own right. L5R now has Multiplayer rules and it really opens up the game with new possibilities. Arkham Horror The Card Game is hands down my favorite LCG from FFG – the cooperative-yet-tense game play, the setting, and the story unfold to make a very cool LCG/RPG experience that I can’t get enough of. If you haven’t tried either of these games you really owe it to yourself to give it a shot!
Bring on the Card Sleeves!