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Castles of Mad King Ludwig Secrets
What secrets are lurking in the shadows of King Ludwig's castle? Dozens of hidden swans are scattered throughout thirty new rooms in Castles of Mad King Ludwig: Secrets. Ludwig is particularly fond of these swans, which provide both much-needed cash at any time or can be collected for big bonuses at the end of the game. Surrounding and protecting your castle are new moats, making every room inside it even more valuable. The King has come up with more favors, including one for creating courtyards. Finally, secret passages enhance connections and muffle sound from activity rooms.Castles of Mad King Ludwig: Secrets is an expansion for Castles of Mad King Ludwig that will help you build even more amazing, crazy castles than ever before!
Dragon Shield Perfect Fit are inner sleeves made for standard size card games.
Perfect Fit sleeves are available as Clear with 100% transparency, and as Smoke with one clear side and a semi-translucent back, designed to mask double-sided cards in use with light colored outer sleeves.
Join best buds and top notch adventurers Finn and Jake on a journey to claim the Land of Ooo and beyond with the Adventure Time Collector's Edition of MONOPOLY. Embark to the sweet and sugary Candy Kingdom, hide your wallet in the City of Thieves and travel to alternate dimensions like the demonic wasteland of the Nightosphere or even Lumpy Space! Fortune and glory await, but beware! The path is perilous as the Ice King, the Lich and a bunch other evil dudes are waiting to jack you up. Winner is the cool guy! Includes 6 custom tokens.
Dare to defy death in this adventure for the world's greatest roleplaying game. The talk of the streets and taverns has all been about the so-called death curse: a wasting disease afflicting everyone who's ever been raised from the dead. Victims grow thinner and weaker each day, slowly but steadily sliding toward the death they once denied. When they finally succumb, they can't be raised-and neither can anyone else, regardless of whether they've ever received that miracle in the past. Temples and scholars of divine magic are at a loss to explain a curse that has affected the entire region, and possibly the entire world. The cause is a necromantic artifact called the Soulmonger, which is located somewhere in Chult, a mysterious peninsula far to the south, ringed with mountains and choked with rain forests.
- An adventure for characters of levels 1 - 11, Tomb of Annihilation provides the Dungeon Master with the core adventure needed to create an exciting and memorable play experience.
- Expands on the Forgotten Realms setting of Chult, providing extensive detail on the hidden peninsula, and includes a large pull-out map of the region.
- Fans of the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS(R) Roleplaying Game can expand and enhance their experience by participating in the D&D
- Adventurers LeagueTM organized play program while playing this adventure.
- Adventure design by Christopher Perkins, Will Doyle, and Steve Winter, with additional design by Adam Lee.
- Story consulting by the award-winning creator of Adventure Time, Pendleton Ward.
- The leader in providing contemporary fantasy entertainment, Dungeons & Dragons is the wellspring for the entire modern game industry, digital as well as analog. This newest edition draws from every prior edition to create a universally compelling play experience, and exemplifies the true spirit of a game that holds captive the hearts and minds of millions of players worldwide.
From the jungles of Japanese-occupied Burma to the desolate slopes of long-forgotten atolls, discover this latest exciting expansion for Memoir '44! The Pacific Theater expansion introduces new units (Chindits, Japanese Giretsu Special Forces, US Marines), new weapons (Mobile Artillery, Flame throwing Tanks), new terrains and features (rope bridges, aircraft carriers, warships, caves...) and new figures (Japanese Infantry, Ha-Go Light Tanks and 75mm AA Guns), and more... Revive some of the most ferocious battles of WWII like Iwo Jima or Okinawa! Use new rules, like the Japanese "Banzai!" war cry or the Marines' "Gung Ho" rally cry to win the battle! Each copy of the Pacific Theater will include its own Web Card code. When used in combination with an existing M44 Web Card code, this number will give you access to the Scenario Editor. The cardboard of the inner box will be of a thicker stock than previously released expansions. Reprints of these will also use this new, thicker stock. While there won't be any summary cards in this expansion, we will release a full, updated summary deck covering both the core game and all its expansions, later this year. This deck will be available free of charge at all conventions we attend, and for a simple shipping and handling charge from our web site. Richard Borg has really outdone himself again with this new expansion! Come back soon for more information, as we will be posting the rules shortly.
The Hundred Years' War is over and the Renaissance is looming.
Conditions are perfect for the princes of the Loire Valley to propel
their estates to prosperity and prominence. Through strategic trading
and building, clever planning, and careful thought in The Castles of
Burgundy: The Card Game, players add settlements and castles, practice
trade along the river, exploit silver mines, farm livestock, and more.
Tinners' Trail is set in nineteenth century Cornwall. You are mining for copper and tin, attempting to sell when the prices are high. To reduce the cost of mining you can place developments, such as ports, adits, and trains. Once you have made your money you invest it in industries outside of Cornwall, which gains you victory points. The earlier you invest the better the return.
In The Staufer Dynasty, the players are nobles in the 12th century, accompanying Henry VI on his tour of the areas of Europe brought under control by the Staufer family, an area that included much of modern-day Germany, from the Baltic Sea in the north to Sicily in the south. You're eager to improve your own lot in the land by placing envoys and nobles in positions of power in the six regions represented in this game.
The game lasts five rounds with each player having three actions per round. Players take actions in order of their family members on the action board from top to bottom; on a turn you either take a supply action (moving to one side of the action board) or a move/deploy action (moving to the other side).
For a supply action, you pick one of the spaces on the supply table, move the indicated number of envoys and nobles from the province to your personal court, then claim any chests underneath that space. The treasure chests come in different colors, with each color having a different function in the game: the brown treasure chests score points based on how many you collect, the orange ones provide immediate points or figures, the blue ones provide a one-shot bonus, and the purple ones let you collect one of the privilege cards on display. The privilege cards often modify other actions or give you a bonus for doing a particular thing.
For a move/deploy action, you decide which office seat you want to occupy in a particular region. If this seat isn't in the region where the king is located, you need to spend one envoy as you move clockwise away from the king, placing each envoy in the top part of those regions, until you reach the region that you want to occupy. You then pay the cost of the office seat, placing one figure — possibly a noble if the seat demands it — in that seat and all the other figures in clockwise order, one per region. When you occupy a seat, you claim the chest underneath it.
After everyone has finished their actions, you score for the round — but you score only in the region indicated in the current row of scoring tiles (Aachen, Nijmegen, Palermo, etc.) and the region that best meets the condition laid out in a separate part of the current row of scoring tiles (fewest chests, most occupants, where the king is located, etc.) If these two regions turn out to be the same one, you score that region only once. Players score points for having the most office seats in a region (or the second- or thirdmost most office seats) based on the point tile placed in the region at the start of the game. Each region also has a printed bonus that players receive, such as bonus chests or additional envoys.
To end the round, you remove all of the office occupants of the region that scored, add new chests under each office seat in those scoring regions and each space on the supply table, then sweep the king clockwise 1-3 regions. As the king moves, he returns all of the envoys that he encounters in the regions that he enters to their owners. After five rounds, players score for their treasure chests as well as for how well they completed their secret job cards, and the player with the most points wins
In Captain Sonar, up to eight players take on roles manning a submarine in a fierce battle against rival players. Captain Sonar: Upgrade One adds new elements to the base game, including five new scenarios, two new weapons, eight erasable markers, and different ways to play the Captain and Radio Operator roles.
The murky depths of the Pacific ocean conceal untold horrors in Omens of the Deep, a new expansion for Elder Sign, the cooperative dice game steeped in the lore of H.P. Lovecraft’s terrifying mythos. Based on the popular The Call of Cthulhu expansion for the Elder Sign: Omens app, players can now venture forth from the confines of the museum and board The Ultima Thule to combat the Ancient Ones that have begun to stir in the depths of the Pacific.
The new R’lyeh Rising mode of gameplay features two stages as you first navigate the Dark Waters track and then assemble the Amulet of R’lyeh to stop one of three dangerous new Ancient Ones from waking and devouring the world. Engage the newly introduced mission tokens for hard-won rewards and fend off the dogged Deep One Legion as your investigators move to unknown dangers on the Pacific Adventure cards. The depths of the Pacific are filled with fresh terrors that only the bravest can attempt to seal with the power of the Elder Signs in the Omens of the Deep expansion for Elder Sign!
Players of all ages can now venture across America by train in Alan R. Moon's Ticket to Ride: First Journey. With a brand new map and simplified rules, First Journey is the perfect way to introduce new players to the game of cross-country travel. Just like in Ticket to Ride, players collect train cards, claim routes, and try to connect cities coast-to-coast. In First Journey, though, routes are shorter, train cards are drawn straight from the deck, and the game ends when one player completes six tickets, claiming the Golden Ticket as their prize. Climb aboard, travelers, your incredible First Journey awaits!
For all you dice collectors out there and D&D players. Get these 7 set dice.
The Perfect Puzzle. Stack up the cats! Select a challenge and then arrange all of the cats on the card so that they fit perfectly within the grid. The cats come in all shapes and sizes, so you'll have to figure out how they precisely nestle together to solve each challenge. Paw your way through all 48 puzzles and consider yourself one clever cat.
It’s a covert game of cat and mouse set on the streets of London! Criminal mastermind Mr. X has escaped Scotland Yard and it’s up to you, the detectives, to catch him! Use your travel tickets to anticipate his movements, chasing him by taxi, bus, and underground, around Picadilly Circus, along the River Thames, and through Paddington Station. Will you apprehend this dangerous criminal or will he disappear in the London fog?
Race! Formula 90 expansion
RF90 Series Championship is the first expansion module for Race! Formula 90, with two new tracks on a double-sided game board. The module includes: Spa Francorchamps track Monaco track 35 fully illustrated Spa cards 36 fully illustrated Monaco cards English rulebookSpa Francorchamps features "Extreme Trajectories", a special set of rules introduced to convey the feeling (and risk) of taking fast corners flat out and to reward "driving" over other elements of the race.The module also includes dedicated rules for racing in teams with other players or in pair with robots as well as Championship rules.You must own the original Race! Formula 90 board game in order to use this expansion.
Puzzle Strike - Third Edition
Puzzle Strike is a card game played with cardboard chips instead of cards that simulates a puzzle video game such as Puzzle Fighter or Tetris.It's a deckbuilding game, which means you build your deck *as* you play the game. Every game is different because the bank starts with a different set of chips each time. Also, there are 10 characters to choose from in the base set, each with different gameplay. Between all that, there are over 411 MILLION starting conditions in a 4-player game, and even more if you include the expansion.A built-in comeback mechanic means that when you're on the edge of losing, you're also able to do even more combos than usual.You don't have to worry about shuffling cards because you just put your cardboard tokens in a bag and shake them up to shuffle! Plus, it’s pretty ballin’ to play a game with chips. Play it on your yacht, impress potential mates, etc.Though the game is fun even if you're terrible at it, it's also balanced for high level play by veteran asymmetric game balancer David Sirlin (Street Fighter HD Remix, Puzzle Fighter HD Remix, Kongai, Yomi, and Flash Duel.)This 3rd Edition of the game has many changes including: Panic Time to prevent games from going too long A 3-player and 4-player mode with no player elimination and that allows crashing your gems to whoever you want A 2v2 Team Battle Mode A Custom Clockwork mode to draft your own character Puzzle chips and character chips updated to ensure healthy competitive play in tournaments New components: game boards and privacy screens
From the frozen shores of Lake Ladoga to the burning ruins of Stalingrad, relive some of the most intense battles of WWII, where entire Army groups disappeared faster than a single battalion on the beaches of Normandy. This expansion follows Expansion one, the Terrain Pack. While the Terrain Pack focused on new terrain and rules, the Eastern Front expansion is devoted to the ferocious battles that pit the Axis and Soviet forces against each other. Also included is a scenario drawn from the Russian-Finnish war, and an Overlord scenario of what turned out to be the largest tank battle in history: Kursk
Cosmic Encounter: Cosmic Alliance Expansion
Game description from the publisher:Cosmic Alliance, the third expansion set for the Fantasy Flight Games version of Cosmic Encounter, brings 20 alien races, both original and classic, exploding onto your tabletop. Players will now stand petrified by the hideous Gorgon, be baffled by the puzzle of the Schizoid, and feel obsolete before the bionics of the Cyborg.Cosmic Alliance also makes the Cosmos even bigger, adding another player (white) as well as rules for large eight-player games (if you own all three expansions). Finally, Cosmic Alliance introduces a new variant – team rules, which allow steadfast allies to dominate the Cosmos together!This optional Team Cosmic variant places players in randomly determined teams of two, in which they'll attempt to conquer the Cosmos cooperatively. Without discussing their race selection in advance, partners sit opposite each other at the table, where they can occasionally offer a helping hand; whenever a player gains a new foreign colony, he can choose to instead give that colony to his partner.
Since its release, Top Gun has captured the American imagination with an action-packed self-portrait of who we want to be - a rock ‘n roll spirit in a white tee, Levi’s and a flight jacket taking to the skies to fulfill our destiny. It’s the film that gave us THAT volleyball scene. It also birthed a generation of actual military fighter pilots and a legion of aspiring ones who never entered a cockpit but were determined to look as cool as Maverick in aviators. Perhaps most importantly, it taught us what it means to be a real wingman.
Relive the magic of the highest-grossing film of 1986 with this officially-licensed edition of Monopoly: Top Gun. Buy up fighter pilots, aircraft, hangars and military barracks and bankrupt your opponents as you battle for total control of the board. So grab your aviators and, once again, prepare to have your breath taken away.
Fluxx - Monty Python Fluxx
Monty Python themed version of Fluxx. The random and chaotic nature of the Fluxx engine makes it a perfect vehicle for the crazy world of Monty Python!At the start of the game, each player holds three cards and on a turn a player draws one card, then plays one card. By playing cards, you can put new rules into play that change numerous aspects of the game: how many cards to draw or play, how many cards you can hold in hand or keep on the table in front of you, and (most importantly) how to win the game.The card mix focuses on Holy Grail with other references added from Flying Circus and other Python material. For example, one win condition card might require you have to have the Knights who Say Ni and a Shrubbery card face up in front of you.Part of the Fluxx series.
Heroes of Normandie: Battleground Terrain Set
Extend the battlefields of Normandy with these 6 new sided two terrain tiles.
The plans to Rick's portal gun have been stolen! It's up to Rick, Morty, Summer, Jerry, Beth and Mr. Poopybutthole to get them back. They must find out WHO stole the plans, WHERE they are hiding, and WHAT item they used to succeed in the heist. Once you think you've solved the mystery, make it back to Earth and put the plans back in Rick's safe.
Now that your town is up and running and is acting like a proper township, it's time to start growing even more rapidly by turning your borough into a tourist destination. Build landmarks, monuments, and tourist traps to increase your reputation and income while determining the player order each turn. In addition, the metropolitan area has expanded, allowing up to five players to build the city of their holiday dreams simultaneously.
Suburbia 5★ adds fifty new unique building tiles, a new resource to manage (★s), and components for a fifth player to the Suburbia base game. The new ★ system determines player order, provides bonuses and penalties to the most/least tourist-friendly towns, and even breaks ties for public and private goals.