The new week begins and with it comes, not just the promise of new experiences and thrills but, a set of new arrivals. The store actually got very few new products today but we did get a tsunami of restocks. So if you’ve been waiting for a product to arrive back in stock you may want to touch base with the store and check.
Legends of Andor: The Star Shield by Thames & Kosmos
Following their victory over the dragon, the heroes are on a search for the Star Shield. Its great power could turn out to be a blessing or a curse, should it get into the wrong hands. And as if that weren’t enough, a pack of hungry wolves has been sighted in Andor. If the heroes can only manage to tame their leader, though, the wolves can become loyal allies in the fight against a reawakened evil.
Legends of Andor: New Heroes by Thames & Kosmos
Four new heroes and heroines have risen to protect Andor: Kheela, protector of the river lands, commander of the potent water spirit. Fenn, the tracker, possessor of special tools and weapons. Mighty Bragor, the powerful Taurean fighter. And Arbon the guardian, with the ability to diminish the strength of enemy creatures. Now, the Legends from the basic game and from the “Star Shield” expansion can be experienced by up to six players. But even for just two, three, or four, these new heroes can offer some exciting variety.
Legends of Andor by Thames & Kosmos
Its not new, but it is a reprint and we haven’t had it in stock for some time so we thought you might want to know about it.
The Land of Andor is in danger. From the mountains and forests, enemies are advancing toward the castle of old King Brandur. Only your small band of heroes stands in their way. Will you succeed in defending the castle and protecting Andor?
Legends of Andor is a cooperative board game for two to four heroes. Live the legendary tales as you unite to battle ever-encroaching enemy forces.
Redshirts 2: Leprechaun’s Revenge by WeaselPants Productions
Leprechaun’s Revenge is an expansion for what is simply the bestest and most funnest card game in the world, Redshirts.
Redshirts is a fast paced screw-your-buddies style card game for 2 to 6 players. Technically you can play with more, if you have extra cards from expansion sets.
Redshirts is a card game set in a universe similar to, but legally distinct from, many sci-fi franchises. The goal is to be the first player to run out of crewmen because everyone knows the captains of boring voyages don’t get promotions. You do this by sending them on missions they are not trained for, taking away vital equipment at the last second, and occasionally, just shooting them in the back and shoving them out an airlock.
Redshirts 2: Leprechaun’s Revenge is an expansion, offering a new set of cards, featuring the evil protagonist, Leprechaun. (Don’t worry, there’s lots of other stuff in there too.)
Star Munchkin Cosmic Demo by Steve Jackson Games
Star Munchkin Cosmic Demo is a double-duty booster set! This pack contains 17 cards, balanced to let you use them as a quick rigged demo to get your friends into the space madness that is Star Munchkin!
This is an expansion for Star Munchkin. It is not a stand-alone game. This is NOT a collectible or randomized set. Every Star Munchkin
Cosmic Demo pack is the same as every other.
DCC #67: Sailors on the Starless Sea was an instant classic when published as the first adventure for DCC RPG. As Goodman Games ramps up to the fourth printing of this adventure, they’ve asked a variety of artists to re-imagine Doug Kovacs’ original amazing cover art. The artists have all provided B/W inked interpretations of Doug’s original pencil art – each in their own style. This SKU contains one of the many unique cover variants, including work by Stefan Poag, Peter Mullen, Russ Nicholson, Chuck Whelon, Brad McDevitt, Michael Wilson, and William McAusland.
Above and Below by Red Raven Games
Above and Below is a mashup of town-building and storytelling where you and up to three friends compete to build the best village above and below ground. In the game, you send your villagers to perform jobs like exploring the cave, harvesting resources, and constructing houses. Each villager has unique skills and abilities, and you must decide how to best use them. You have your own personal village board, and you slide the villagers on this board to various areas to indicate that they’ve been given jobs to do. Will you send Hanna along on the expedition to the cave? Or should she instead spend her time teaching important skills to one of the young villagers?