Hack! Card Game: Tomb of Vectra Thorina Deck
We did say the game is non-collectible but we need to tell you that the game will be presented in 5 different decks, each featuring one of the beloved KoDT characters in their HackMaster personas. Each player needs one deck to play and can choose his or her favorite KoDT character.
Sara's Deck. Thorina is a barbarian with a heart of gold. Always ready to parley with an enemy before attacking, Thorina's specialty is negotiating with NPCs.
The first edition of Hack! throws the players into the Labyrinth of Vectra! Who'll be the first to chop off his own hand and replace it with the deadly Hand of Vectra???
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