Call of Cthulhu—The Card Game: Order of the Silver Twilight Expansion
Fantasy Flight Games
Hidden behind the veil of a high-society club for politicians and businessmen, the true motivations of the Order of the Silver Twilight lie in an obsession with gathering power through arcane magics and gaining dominance over the world.
Introducing the Order of the Silver Twilight as the 8th faction of Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game, this 165-card expansion contains three copies each of 55 new cards, 40 of which are from the Order of the Silver Twilight, and features versatile game mechanics suitable to a variety of deck combinations and play styles.
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