New Releases 4/27/2017

Amonkhet Boosters (and boxes) $3.99 per pack / $125 for a booster box Planeswalker Decks $14.99 Bundles $42.99
PIP1088 Forces of WM: Cryx Command (SC) $34.99
PIP1089 Forces of WM: Cryx Command (HC) $44.99
PIP34129 Cryx: Captain Aikos Warcaster $18.99
PIP34135 Cryx: Mortenebra Numen of Necrogenesis $37.99
PIP34137 Cryx: Kharybdis Warjack $59.99
PZO1137 PFRPG: Bestiary 6 (HC) $44.99
PZO4067 PF Map Pack: Secret Rooms $14.99
PZO90117 PFAP: II3: Assault on Longshadow $24.99
PZO9479 PFPC: Heroes of the Darklands $14.99
STEGB03001 GB: S3 Rulebook $40.00
STEGB03007 GB: Hunters: Heralds o/t Winter’s Moon $40.00

Vale of the Wild adds a large variety of new advancement and vale cards to the base Mystic Vale game. Players can start the game with new leader cards in their deck. Leaders grant abilities that can be upgraded to become even more powerful! New eclipse advancements may be covered by another advancement and still add its ability to the card, offering greater flexibility to craft cards and enhance powerful combos.

In Ethnos, players call upon the support of giants, merfolk, halfings, minotaurs, and other fantasy tribes to help them gain control of the land. After three ages of play, whoever has collected the most glory wins!

In more detail, the land of Ethnos contains twelve tribes of fantasy creatures, and in each game you choose six of them (five in a 2/3-player game), then create a deck with only the creatures in those tribes. The cards come in six colors, which match the six regions of Ethnos. Place three glory tokens in each region, arranging them from low to high.

An augmented killer is on the loose… Terminal Directive is a narrative campaign expansion for Android: Netrunner The Card Game that allows you and a friend to enjoy a constantly evolving murder mystery in the Android universe.

Corp and Runner compete in a thrilling race for the control of valuable data that plays out over the course of an extended campaign. Each match impacts the larger shape of your investigations. Each data set you unlock leads you in a new direction. You may have run before. You may have pursued your corporate agendas. But nothing you’ve done has yet prepared you for Terminal Directive and the narrative-driven campaign play it brings to Android: Netrunner.

This is not a standalone product. A copy of Android: Netrunner The Card Game Core Set is required to play.
Mint Works is a light and straight forward worker placement game. Its compact size makes it easy to put in your pocket and take it anywhere. Its simple rules make it easy to introduce new players to the genre of worker placement.
In Tower of London, players fight for control of the tower using their influence to occupy different buildings and gather ravens. Each turn, players play two cards: the first card determines which building their Beefeater (guard) goes into, and the second card has a special power that triggers from the perspective of the Beefeater just placed.

At the end of a round, certain areas of the tower are scored based on who controls the majority of buildings by having the most Beefeaters in each. The game ends at the end of three rounds or when a player collects seven ravens, in which case the game ends immediately.

Epic Spell Wars III ratchets up the EPIC with several new innovations:

-Cantrips! Add extra effects to your spell by discarding some extra cards. More zing for the spell-flinging!

-Bad Trips! The colors, man … the colors. If your spell has lots of different glyphs, a Bad Trip card resolves twice!

-Dual-Glyphed Deliveries! If you’ve ever had trouble matching your glyphs, relief is here!

-Everlasting! Most of the Treasures in ESWIII don’t go away when you die. Collect ’em all!

The mighty Chaos Dragon is sowing chaos into the city of Arcadia. The laws of nature hardly apply, and the very fabric of reality that holds the realm together threatens to unravel. The guilds of Arcadia will need an uneasy truce between them in order to take down this magnificent chaotic foe!
Arcadia Quest: Pets is not only a campaign expansion, bringing a whole new campaign, with new scenarios, monsters, heroes, rewards, and titles, for use with either the original Arcadia Quest or the Arcadia Quest: Inferno core boxes, but it’s also a modular expansion that introduces Pets, a brand new system that can be added to ANY Arcadia Quest experience. This includes classic Arcadia Quest, Arcadia Quest: Inferno, Beyond the Grave and even Frost Dragon, The Fall of Arcadia and anything else Cool Mini or Not come up with.
The Others can be played by 2 to 5 players. One player must pick the role of the Sins Player, while the rest are Hero Players. The Hero Players all cooperate with each other, with the Sins Player playing against them all.

The Apocalypse expansion offers players a whole new play mode, only for the very brave (or very crazy), including the huge and frighteningly detailed figures of War, Pestilence, Famine, Death, and Apocalypse itself.

This expansion introduces a brand new Apocalypse Track to the game. On this track, instead of drawing new Apocalypse cards as the track advances, new Avatars of the Apocalypse are brought onto the board, eventually culminating with the appearance of Apocalypse itself.

When Mamie leaves her cozy house, her garden becomes the battleground for a secret and terrible war between gangs of dwarves, with all of them searching for buried treasure before the owner returns home!

75 Gnom’ Street is a game of investigation and bluffing, with each player trying to guess the location of the other gangs’ spoils and hoping that they won’t be able to find your treasures in return.

Avast ye pirates! Gather your crews and set sail for adventure on the high seas in Rum & Bones: Second Tide!

Based on online MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) style games, Rum & Bones has 2-6 players taking control of legendary pirate heroes, each with unique powers and abilities, as their crews fight over Davy Jones’ legendary treasure!

Players each control up to five heroes at any time, moving them across the game board in an attempt to destroy various key features on their opponents’ ship. Victory is obtained by destroying enough of these features. Your heroes are not alone, however, as your crew also consists of deckhands and bosuns who, while not controlled by the player, will work on a simple AI to wreak havoc on the enemy!

  Kharnage is a fast and fun fighting game in a med-fan world in which you are the warchief of the mighty humans, the strong (and alcoholic) dwarves, the amazing horde of goblins, or the ferocious orcs (and their giant!). Your goal in Kharnage is to take control of something strategically essential, astoundingly beautiful, and envy of all other nations: a hill. Yes, just a hill. Admittedly, it is a nice hill. It may have a very commanding view of the surroundings, or it may not. You won’t know until you get up there! To do so, you’re going to have to drive off the armies of the other players by simply causing as much mayhem and bloodshed as possible.Each turn, you choose one battle card. The player with the lowest initiative value begins and:
-Deploys new units and applies skills if needed, or
-Attacks (shoot or assault) one opponent with all points, or two opponents by dividing their points.
  In short, Kharnage: Tricks & Mercenaries – Army Expansion contains 18 tricks and eight mercenaries for use with the Kharnage base game.
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